Archive for February, 2010

Monday, February 15, 2010

more plates?

Wandering around the store this morning (having a little chit chat to the animal lamps), I suddenly realised I have a bit of an obsession with plates…..I had no idea this had happened, and now it seems, it’s upon me. I wonder if you share the same obsession? Or maybe you do, and just haven’t realised it yet.

I got some new plates in last week from Catherine at Chik - you may know her gorgeous jewellery trees that I already stock. Well, she’s made these super plates with images cut out of them to hang on your walls. I also have some new stock from Lightly - the new blue and white plates they designed in conjunction with the clever peeps at Studio Sam. As well as Lightly’s new swallows made from vintage saucers, just like the butterflies she makes that surely you’re familiar with by now? So beautiful. Honestly.

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Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Farmhouse or Seaside?

Where would you like to go? Undecided? Go to both - it’s easy with these stamp sets.

Ok, so maybe you don’t really want to sit at the kitchen table stamping and colouring in seaside and farmhouse scenes, but your children might, or your grandchildren? Or you might want to seal an envelope with a sailing boat, or put a few kanga’s on a card? Really, you can do whatever you like.

Each one of these stamps is locally designed and illustrated, then printed onto stamps and ‘rubberised’ (that was my word, not theirs). Timber is then locally sourced and prepared to mount the stamps onto and once this is done, the material for each bag are sourced, sewn and packed together with a gorgeous letterpress card to seal the deal. Thanks Two Degrees in Melbourne - what a champion effort, donchyathink? All local, all recycled, and totally ace and unique stamps.

.jh

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