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Gifts Made With Love


Just Like You is your space to explore and buy products made by creative wahine from around the country.

We choose products that are made with heaps of aroha, that have something extra special about them, items that catch the eye of our inner magpie…


Gift Packs

Created by: Kim & friends

You’ll earn brownie points for giving one of our gift packs. Packed full of goodies that will make someone special in your life look, smell and feel fantastic! 


Recycled Rubber Earrings

Created by: Kim

The beauty of Aotearoa/New Zealand’s native flora and fauna is captured in these lightweight, recycled rubber earrings. Each pair is unique – with variances in the rubber, hand cut and uses nickel free findings which are available in gold or silver plating.

Hana Candles

Handmade Soy Candles

Created by: Kim & Jess

These limited edition soy candles are a family/whanau collaboration between Kim and her niece Jess. Jess is a talented tattoo artist based in Invercargill/Waihopai. The inspiration for Jess’s designs come from the kahukura/red admiral butterfly which feeds on the ongaonga nettle on the family farm.


Are you a creative goddess with a product to sell?

We’re on the lookout for unique gifts made by talented NZ creatives.
If you’d like to stock your product on the Just Like You website get in touch below.

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