Friday, 18 January 2013

Well hello.  Firstly I would like to apologise for my slackness! Christmas took over my mind and now I can think clearly and post regularly. So I hope this finds everyone well and ready to face another year of blogging and sharing.  I have made a few things over the past couple of months which I am proud to share will you all.  Please enjoy the photos and if anyone has a query or just a comment, I would love to hear from you!! Enjoy and I promise to post soon...... ;-)

Gorgeous 9 flag, double sided floral/gingham bunting with a lace tie.  This customer asked for the mauve colours with floral finish and left the rest to me.  She was delighted with the outcome. Very sweet.

We also added her daughter's name "Teaghan" to the bunting.  cost: $42

I made this pretty Christmas bunting as a part of the end of year gift for my daughter's teacher.  7 flag, double sided Christmas fabric with a pretty gold tie. She was chuffed with it.  Wrapped up with a Chrissy mug and some home made shortbread, I think I scored some brownie points!

This Christmas card holder was made for my good friend and fellow blogger Donna from Hung Up on Retro. Made with a gorgeous Christmassy fabric, it measures approx 1.5 x 40cm. Finished off with a satin white ribbon and silver stars to keep your cards in place during the silly season! Cost $35


  1. Hello! Christmas bunting is gorgeous! Gifted in a Christmas mug with homemade shortbread?! Brownie points indeed! I love my christmas card board. Came in super handy with cards this festive season. Looking forward to lots of blogging in 2013. xx (ps I'm home nights all next week if you'd like to drop round my homemade shortbread???!!) ha.

  2. Glad to hear the Christmas card board was handy Donna. Home made shortbread on its way!!

  3. Great to see your work Stacey! Must catch up soon :)


Thanks for visiting Poppet Designs!