We don’t know about you, but we’ve tried every productivity app going and our hand always reaches out for a pen to write a list on paper.
This Christmas we’ve teamed up with the folks making flower delivery more joyful again – Bloom & Wild. They’ve decked out their tiny letterbox Christmas trees with our finest decorations to create their very own tree style for us. Read on for some serious inspiration!
We’ve shown you how to jazz up a gift box and now we’re going to show you how to make your gift bag more fancy… as if it wasn’t fancy enough… right?!!
You may have noticed we’ve gone for a Mexican vibe this year for Christmas and as such, we’re going to show you how to wrap a bottle… piñata style! Bottle bags have their place, but with a bit of forward planning your bottle will never have looked so fancy!
Creating your own prints is a really fun thing to do on the lead up to Christmas, especially if said printing involves wrapping paper and gift tags. We’re going to show you two methods – a repeat print and a multi directional print. Using our customer favourite Kraft wrapping paper (you might know it better as brown parcel wrap) and white and black inks.
Tree toppers come in all shapes and sizes, but generally speaking an angel or a star. Well, we’re a bit over those, so we’ve taken matters into our own hands. This year, we want a piñata tree topper. Do you? If so, read on as we’re going to show you how.
Ah, the poinsettia! A popular choice of plant often grown indoors for Christmas, but why is the poinsettia such a traditional Christmas plant to have in the home?
Do you want to be the king of wrap n’ roll this year? Sure you do!
Welcome to our Lovers Guide – The Joy of Decs! Lol.
We LOVE Christmas and we LOVE tree decs. This post is dedicated to that love. While you may traditionally think of a tree decorations as round glass baubles, tree decorations have become so much more than that. Today, we’re celebrating the sheer variety of baubles available and of course, we’ve taken the humble decoration and taken them to heady new heights.
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Why not try your hand at making our fabulously festive pop-up Christmas card using the ancient art of Kirigami?
First of all though… what is Kirigami? Kirigami is a variation of origami, but rather than just folding, cuts are added to the mix. Fun right?
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We’ve teamed up with the London Evening Standard to turn old newspapers into something beautiful… a brand new range of stationery to further help promote the recycling of newspapers in and around the capital. How cool is that?
Into the trees we go with our range Woodland Tails, aptly titled because this range is filled with cute characters all with tails and we expect many tales to tell. One question remains though… how did that polar bear come to live in our neighbourwood?
Our new Gothic Garden range is a true dark delight. We have combined bold Victorian inspired blooms and metallic insects with a throughly modern gold and white geometric design to create this timeless range of curious money boxes and trinket trays, practical stationery and statement homewares.
Pick a bag, any bag? Nooooooooo! Pick a bag that compliments what’s inside. Back to School stationery doesn’t have to be basics thrown inside any old ruck sack. Why not make a bit of a fashion statement this term? After all, you’re not going to buy a jacket that doesn’t compliment your entire outfit are you?
What do you call a creature that is half cat, half fish? A Purr Maid of course! Meet our new collection or crazy fish-taled furry felines. We did think though… cats quite like eating fish, don’t they? We’re sure these little cuties won’t be eating their own tails. Mind you… they are good enough to eat – so adorbs!
Dream catchers are fun to make and you can master some basic threading techniques and learn tassel making. Embellish your catcher with feathers, washi tape and gems and hang it up ready to catch some sweet dreams.