Hoppla! A lot has happened since I’ve last posted and not one but TWO further books in the Sticker Girl series have been released. I’ve just been sent the latest samples, it’s so lovely to have all three on a shelf now :)
100 birds, butterflies, flowers, bugs and even a flamingo! Oh the possibilities... this sticker wallet is a little girl's dream IMO :) it's available in France, and it's been spotted for sale on amazon.fr
I received samples for this baby yesterday and boy, am I pleased with how it's turned out! The book contains 46 individual detachable and very thick and large pages, covered with lots of animals, funny creatures and patterns to colour in. Bonus: 2 full sticker pages with neon stickers! So, so cute. The book is called 'Tableaux Fluo', published by Grund Jeunesse in France, and I'm hoping it'll do really well which might mean it will get exposure in other European countries, too. Fingers crossed!
Owls, kittens, dinos, hedgehogs, bunnies and more! Loalisa is a new and young team of 4, bringing fresh new kid's fabrics to the market in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. Not only have they chosen the cutest characters, all of their own production jerseys are GOTS certified, of the highest quality and suuuper soft. Available by the meter :)
Törrööh! is the name of this new fabric line I've designed for LeoNel. They come in 3 different colourways and are just so fun and bright. I love them!
Yes, those lovely creatures they seem to be everywhere right now, but I can't get enough of them! Here are some of my latest commissions:
I've seen first signs of spring this week, like snowdrops and sunshine - much needed after such a long stretch of old and drab winter! And then this came through the post: the cutest little gift bags, all bright and fresh, ready for Easter. Papyrus commissioned them many moons ago, and it's fantastic to finally see them in the flesh, adorned with flower tip-ons, gems and plenty of glitter; as you know, a personal favourite :) Think I'll be taking some of these home for Easter for my nephews and nieces. In Germany we still hunt for real painted eggs so the bags will perfect for collecting them in.