Saturday, April 25, 2009

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Wishlist Wednesday

You would not believe how tempted I am to buy all 4 of my choices this week. Quite literally, my mouse is hovered over the "pay now" button. Ahh to be rich and carefree. Hmm... I am pretty carefree I suppose. Well, to be rich then.

Boardwalk Sneaker House Shoes by ElephantandChickpea

Three Wee Wood Scoops by GoodWoodDogs

Birch Forest Clutch by PocketCarnival

Sailor Suit by FablesbyBarrie

Monday, April 20, 2009

A new line

I am absolutely overwhelmed at the moment with several wholesale orders. I have written myself a strict timetable to get it all done - something I rarely have to do, but I am excited about it this time and I think it actually might be helping me, with regards to my motivation and problem with procrastinating!
However, a girl can't survive on bread alone, so I have been playing around a bit with some patterns to encourage the creativity to keep flowing (whilst I sew 200 bibs!). I came up with this new set - an A-line dress and some little bloomers. Perfect for play and cute too.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

I have been watching lots of my pals in the DUST team present beautiful collations of things they want each Wednesday, and quite frankly I think I'm crazy that I haven't taken part yet. Carley of VanillaPixie started it off, and now she has a list of everyone participating on her blog.

So here we go, here's what I want this Wednesday, 15th of April:

Houses and Bicycles Journal in Blue by FreshlyBlended

Hustle and Bustle Dress by OneHundredYears

All the Love 8 x 10 Print by LifeInSugarHollow

Blackbird Postcards by CrowandIris

Sunday, April 12, 2009

Easter in Pictures

The Easter Bunny came to visit

My youngest brother's hoard from the Royal Easter Show

Baking Easter Cookies

Lamb on the BBQ for lunch

Easter Cookies for dessert
Happy Easter everyone!

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

That's right ladies. You want me.

Well, who could resist this young man? A special request for a little person with a full social calendar this year!

I am thinking of continuing to sell this onesie in my store, with the option for people to choose their own tie colour - or indeed have a jacket sans tie.