Wednesday, September 30, 2009
I've been on the look out for some cute gift tags for our Christmas gift sets, and found these vintage style reindeer tags on etsy (SeasonalDelights). We're going to prepare some cute gift packs for the Mathilda's Market (November) with complimentary gift wrapping and reindeer tags attached!
Thursday, September 24, 2009
Well something totally off babies, quilts and sewing but still in the creative industry, Halfway possibly the best Alt-Country band to come out of Brisbane or the world will be the Friday resident band at Brisbane Powerhouse for the month of October.
So come on down and check it out, you may even catch Triona and I trying to drag our husbands away from the bar after the gig (they are both part of Halfway).
Here is a sneak peak of our new design called 'Rise and Shine'.
Available in mini and large cot and single bed size quilt with matching patch cushion, details on the website soon. In the meantime email us for orders email@example.com
Thursday, September 10, 2009
With a rush of birthdays and weddings I was on the lookout for some beautiful cards and always wanting to support handmade I hit Madeit and found Amanda from Mimba. They are so unique and great value, take a look her Christmas Range will be available soon. http://www.madeit.com.au/mimba
Tuesday, September 8, 2009
Ahh the joys of toddlers....constant chatting, newfound climbing skills, the new and not so wonderful world of tantrums, cheeky grins, gorgeous cuddles and of course the inevitable move to a big kids bed. Whilst our little lovelys are still sleeping in their cots we've been chatting alot lately about when and how to make the move to a big kid's bed and importantly how to dress their beds!
This and a flood of enquiries have sparked us to add the single bed sized quilts to our range of baby and now toddler bedding. So, now you can order any of the gorgeous quilts you see featured on our website in single bed size. The quilts are $299 and are 100% cotton, filled with organic cotton batting and are a lighter option for little ones than a quilt cover and insert. We're interested to hear how you made the move from cot to single bed and also, what do you make of the popular toddler sized beds? Are they a good tool for transitioning to the bigger bed or an unnecessary yet very cute expense?