I’d like to share an bsolutely charming font that I have just stumbled across: Blanch. It is a quirky, and delightful and comes in six different weights. I cannot wait until I have an opportunity to use it.
It is available at the Lost Type Co-op and was […]Pin It
That’s it from me this week. Have a wonderful weekend, find some lovely little corner of the world for yourself…
Lovelies from this week:
Branding a party and customizing pens for the July Babies celebration
Giving plan old butterfly clips a facelift and making July […]
And, at last, the final detail of the July Babies celebration: the cake toppers.
These served double duty, as they were both charming additions to the strawberry yogurt cake, and held the plastic wrap off of the sour cream glaze in transit.Pin It
Custom tea tins, labels and packaging.
I am so sorry that this event is over, because I had so much fun customizing and preparing everything. These tea packages, in particular, filled me with wiggles of joy. I might have to make some for myself. The tins are old herb containers that I have never been […]Pin It
July Babies part II!
Also for the boys, I gave some plain paperclips a facelift and dubbed them ‘Flutterby Clips’.
And, in peach, some little magnets featuring the July Babies icons: Thought Buttons
The final instalment of the July Babies mementos coming tomorrow.
I’m so excited to share my latest project. I’ve had various pieces of it finished for a week or so, but I couldn’t give it away!
Several members of my friends and family have birthdays in July. Rather that have numerous celebrations throughout the month, we’ve taken to having one big get-together dubbed the “July […]Pin It
Talk about changing the rules to a game…
The playgrounds that I clambered on as a child were made of wood and tires combined with iron monkey bars. Japanese artist, Toshiko Horiuchi-MacAdam and her husband, Charles MacAdam conceive and construct these amazing textile playgrounds out of crocheted strings of nylon.
This […]Pin It
I don’t know what it is about letterpress that just makes me go weak in the knees… There is an inherent charm and sweetness pressed into every item printed that way. Is it the process? Or does that come from the people who happen to love that particular method of printing?
I don’t know. But […]Pin It