I was still at school when the twin towers were destroyed in the 9/11 attacks. Even then I can remember how overwhelming the event seemed to be. I can remember asking a friend if she thought this could be what would trigger a third world war, and I can remember my […]
When I had originally mentioned the National Stationery Show to Matt, it was as something I was interested in doing during a trip we were planning to visit his sister (who currently lives in the USA). If you had have asked me back then if I thought I’d be exhibiting at it, the […]
A quick post to show you the finished product of what the booth looks like*.
Most of Friday (we felt like we could have worked longer, but didn’t) and then a mammoth 12 hour day on Saturday were spent measuring, cutting, pasting and decorating the booth. Working on […]
We were so thankful to arrive with all our luggage at the expected time late on Wednesday evening. After our eventful and long flights to the UK 18 months ago, a slight hold up for security (even the dog squad was called!) at LAX only seemed like a gentle hiccup in the scheme of things.
My gorgeous friend Skye kindly lent me The Stylist’s Guide to NYC by Sibella Court. I’ve been enjoying taking intermittent breaks from packing to pour over the inspiring pages.
I’m feeling a tad nervous, but thoroughly excited at the same time – for all that is in […]
a. ‘Sandwich Defender’ plate | b. newborn felt shoes from here | c. possibly the cutest egg cup ever | d. winter water factory pink trees dress | e. my new favourite. superhero birthday card | f. snug.bear breadboard
With only one week until I fly to New York for the National Stationery Show, it’s not surprising that things seem like they’re hotting up and I am feeling slightly overwhelmed. Is it just me, or is it always at times like this that what you want to achieve takes three times as […]