How it works

Step 1
Find your
special clothes
Step 2
Choose your
Keepsake
Step 3
Post your items
to us
Step 4
Off to our
Memory Makers
Step 5
Receive your
Keepsake

Welcome to Love Keep Create

Have you ever wondered what to do with those old clothes in the attic? The ones that you you can’t bear to give away or sell because they’re so full of memories. They could be baby grows your child has outgrown, Granny's favourite dressing gown, Dad's favourite old shirt, your uniform from work, sports kits - all of them can be turned in to our beautiful keepsake memory bears, animals, blankets, quilts, animals and much more.  Here at LoveKeepCreate this is a situation we know well - we've turned our baby's old sleepsuits in to luxury memory quilts, our old Army uniforms in to keepsake bears and our beloved (now sadly departed) Grandad's old shirts in to a memorial cushion. We didn’t even realise we were that sentimental until it came to putting the most worn items in to a bag for charity and realising that we just couldn’t do it; there were just a few special bits that held too many memories.

That is why we create beautiful keepsakes from those beloved old clothes. We can take virtually any fabric items and turn them into gorgeous keepsake blankets, quilts, cushions, teddy bears, dragons, monkeys, ducks…we have a whole keepsake animal family!

What our customers say

Amazing Keepsakes

I sent off some of my Dad's well loved clothes and received the most wonderful bear in return. The team were amazing at answering my questions and really listening to what I wanted. They offered advice and my finished bear is a lovely reminder of my wonderful Dad. I cannot recommend this company highly enough. It took me two years to work up the courage to part with my loved one's clothing but I am so glad that I did as my bear now has pride of place in my home and is much more treasured than some clothing in a box. My bear arrived in a beautiful box and was tracked from the time he was picked up from Love Keep Create until he was safely delivered to my door.

Fiona