Thursday, April 1, 2010

Blooming Gorgeous!!

Everybody loves a baby bum!! All 4 bubba's in my household have had their fair share of pinching. Who could have thought that you could ever improve on such a thing .... Enter Deb from The Pixie Pot. The ever so talented Miss Deb has created some truly stunning bloomers for our baby bums!! Bloomers with names such as: Carnival; Rose Maree & Tutti Frutti. An array of beautifully coloured & co-ordibated fabrics are pure eye candy and there is something to satisfy every Mum.

I couldn't resist showing you just how adorable little bums look in these bloomers. I can't wait to get my hands on a pair for this winter for my little darling. Teamed with funky leggings and a denim mini skirt... how cute will she be with her colourful little bum sticking out!! I have to tell you what the 2 sets below are called. The one on the left is the Bloomkini and the set on the right is the Pinky Pink Pink. Even the names of the items are adorable!! You can contact Deb from the Pixie Pot through her Facebook fan page The Pixie Pot Fan Page or at her etsy store The Pixie Pot Etsy Store. Oh, and the little boys are not forgotten with Deb's other brand Red TeePee for Boys also available.

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Colour is Beautiful

How awesome is this wall display!! I love it and am seriously thinking that it would suit my studio just fine!! It is in actual fact made up of 500 coloured pencils. Pencils with such fanciful & delicious names such as: Mermaid's Gown, Handsome Harry, Indian Slipper, Plum Crazy, Drizzly Afternoon, Little Red Wagon & Autumn Calm. Social Designer will send you 25 pencils for 20 months to slowly build your collection (or if you are like me and can't wait ..... you can just buy the whole lot at once)

I personally would love to colour in with a pencil called "Frog Pond" or "Tea with Milk", but I think I would spend my time reading all the names instead. As they say over at the Social Designer website "Each pencil is its own story. A unique hue with an inventive name to inspire the far corners of your creativity". What else is there to say.........