Sunday, 30 May 2010
Friday, 28 May 2010
For those people that can’t live without their memo pads, these funky fruit shaped sticky notes offer a delightful twist on the traditional sticky note. These super cute set of apple and pear shaped memo pads are the most adorable sticky notes the planet has ever seen. You can unfold it, use the paper clip to hold it and it looks like a real round watermelon! Comes with a cute foam protector so it looks even more like a real fruit! So fun to use! These apple and pear shaped sticky notes are so cute, good enough to eat! What a fancy way to decorate your home or office desk with these cool funky fruity ‘Sticky Notes’.
Wednesday, 26 May 2010
Blair - sugar & sweet on the outside, evil on the inside - makes for a fabulously royal wardrobe fit for a frost princess. Queen B, her signature style is preppy and classic.
Serena - a slightly edgy take on Upper East Side classy - perfect for a blonde bad-girl-gone-good.
Jenny - a freshman from downtown Soho, who tries to fit in with the wealthy kids from New York’s Upper East Side.
I love the show so much that I religiously watch it every week & I cant wait for season 4 to come out. *cries*
Sunday, 23 May 2010
I had a great day at my very first markets and i was super excited to showcase my handmade cards and nursery mobiles and i was really happy with the outcome. As these are my first markets, I didn't realize how much time is involved with the whole preparation, starting from making my cards, getting all my props and finalizing all the little details. However, everything went great on the day & I had a lot of very happy customers leave with bags of ‘My little jedi' cards.
I met some really lovely stallholders & few of my lovely facebook fans came by to say hi which was really lovely to put a face to the name. I bought Aniken a super cute tee and tights from Sooda Bub, who specialize in baby & toddler denim, tees and tights & i also got a gorgeous pirate blankie and owl dummy holder from Madi and Me. There was Suzanna from Mon Tresor next to me who makes stunning hair accessories for little girls, personalized cupcake toppers, wall motifs & has exclusive retro paper straws perfect for any of your kids parties.
I'm now in the process of sourcing paper for my new card collection, so stay tuned. I am looking forward in seeing you at the next markets. x
Saturday, 15 May 2010
Thursday, 13 May 2010
Retro Race – Ready Set Go! Start your engines and let the race begin!This retro inspired card is for a fast moving party!
Kobi the Robot - Set your dial to “party” and your program to “Fun” and enjoy playing in space with Kobi the Robot!
Little Red Riding Hood - Ones upon a time, there was a little girl who lived in a tiny village near a great big forest. She always wore a red riding cloak and became known as Little Red Riding Hood!
Pretty Polly - Sweet and petite, this “Pretty Polly” card is the perfect finishing touch for your party. All little birds love a tweet (or treat) at the end of a party!For any questions & enquiries about this collection please send me an email on email@example.com
Love to hear your feedback xx
Wednesday, 12 May 2010
Tuesday, 11 May 2010
Autumn is in the air and it makes me want to go out and buy little owl-themed products.When I was pregnant with my little boy Aniken had a crazy obsession with owls. Anything to do with owls, i bought and proudly displayed. Aniken has Petit Collage owls artwork by Lorena Siminovich displayed in his nursery even before he was born. But who knew that vintage owl will be popping up all over the place, especially in jewellery, home décor, kids clothing, party themes & greeting cards.
The owl trend is still going strong so I would like to introduce you with “My little Jedi” Retro/Vintage owl inspired collection “Meet the Hoot’s” .
Petit Collage owls artwork by Lorena Siminovich
'My little jedi' Collection has definitely gone Hootie Tootie!
I ♥ Owls
Monday, 10 May 2010
Featured: "Little Leia Collection" ~ Angelique, Savannah, Charlotte and Blair ~
Thursday, 6 May 2010
Recently I have been wrapping my gifts with brown paper and decorating them with doilies. I love the contrast between the rough, down-to-earth-ness of the paper and the delicate lacy-ness of the paper doilies. Even if you can only find a couple of different types of doilies, with some scissors and glue you can make every present look different. All they need to finish them off is a bit of string or pretty ribbon.
One of my favorites so far has been the red, white and brown theme, which features a completely awesome red felt coaster as a packaging embellishment. After a while admiration turns to obsession and I find myself thinking "Can I perhaps spend all day finding doilies and sewing them into every thing I own? Umm, no! :)
The delicate, lace-like look of the doilies gives it a classic appeal and makes a wonderful striking impression. Take a look at the gorgeous doilie inspired handmade cards by 'my little jedi' x
Here is a sneak peak of the inspiration behind ‘my little jedi’ little red riding hood card collection. Little Red Riding Hood has always been one of my favorite fairytales, but not just for the story itself, but the craft inspiration from it. As I've probably mentioned before, red is my favorite color! So here is a little inspiration storyboard I have put together that is based off of Little Red Riding Hood, Enjoy! Little red riding hood card collection from ‘my little jedi’ – coming very soon x
Wednesday, 5 May 2010
2. While Mum is sleeping in, get her breakfast in bed – (get Dad to help).
3. Pack a picnic and head to the beach or to the park for lunch – you could pack some homemade sandwiches or buy something from the local shops.
4. Give mum a handmade Mother’s Day Card – a simple drawing and message becomes a treasure to keep for years to come! – check out my little jedi mothers day cards x
5. Finally don’t let Mum do any washing, cleaning or even make the beds on Mother’s Day - Dad can do these things for the day!