Posts Tagged ‘coral’

Celebrating | Up, Up and Away


Coral balloons. Where can I get me some coral balloons? So pretty. They make me want to hold on tight so I can fly up, up and away with them in hand over a fabulously chic backyard party. Now that would be a grand entrance.

I really do wish I was Mary Poppins.

Have a fabulously breath taking weekend. Enjoy the view.

Pic via high heels and moccasins

Mad Love | Grey, Yellow, Coral and Turquoise


Yes, I am absolutely in mad love over this new colour combination. I have a new design coming soon, lighter, brighter, more colour. I can’t believe I haven’t launched it since it’s been mostly ready since the beginning of March. But I can resist no longer. Look for it. Coming soon.

New To Shop | Baby Elephant Collection


Oh yes, it’s been a busy week here! I’ve been busy preparing for Easter/Ostara, my youngest daughter’s birthday, all these new printable collections and I have a writing project to finish. Crazy days indeed! But I had to introduce you to the newest collection to hit the shop today. It’s sweet, it’s darling and it’s available in two colourways: one for boys and one for girls.

I am very happy to say the new Baby Elephant Collection is now in the shop!

Available in blue.

And coral.

The full collection includes Party Circles, Bunting, Bottle Wrappers, Tent Cards, Favor Tags, Loot Bag Toppers, Thank You Cards, Scrapbooking Papers and Treat Bags. Yes, treat bags! Did you notice those little lovelies, they are new for this collection. So excited! They add a little something-something I think.

The baby Elephant Collection can be customized to suit your event, perfect for a 1st birthday, but it would also make a darling baby shower for moms-to-be who know the sex of their baby. If you need something neutral for the moms-to-be who are waiting right down to the birth, I can customize the collection with a little spring green or violet. Hmmm violet would be pretty.

Invitations in blue and invitations in coral are available separately.

Are you expecting any wee ones this spring?