My nieces and I share a lot of things; our good looks, our off-the-cuff, witty repartee and our disturbing obsession with Smiggle. If you have never been into a Smiggle store you are missing out big time. It’s a religious experience. It’s like nirvana for kawaii stationery freaks.
With Christmas only 6 weeks away (!!!) I wanted to show you some sweet stocking stuffers Smiggle-style. Stay tuned next week too – I’m going to be sharing my favourite Smiggle gift packs! Yay for Smiggle!
1. Sound reaction clock.
2. Treats scented stickers.
3. Penguin electric sharpener.
4. Treeats pop-out pencil case.
5. Retro graphic headphones.
6. Treats memo sheet pad.
I love Christmas – I’m already in festive mode! I’ve been thinking about incorporating some tissue poms into this year’s decorations. They are so colourful and cheery. I think they give a room/party an extra oomph of wow.
I’ve been checking out Pomtree for inspiration. Now I want one of everything!
2. Candy Apple.
3. Fresh squeezed lime.
If you’re celebrating the day, I hope yours is as magical as can be. We’ll be spending the day at my parents place in their pool with four excited nieces splashing around! Good times!
Please stay safe, relax, enjoy, gorge yourself, unwrap presents, give some cuddles, write thank you notes but most importantly be thankful for your blessings.
Merry Christmas to you.
Continuing on with the free Christmas/holiday printables and DIY’s from last week, I’ve found some more awesome projects! It’s not too late to whip something up for Christmas, in fact I’ll be tackling the feather tag today. If you know of any more, let me know and I’ll add them to my list.
Tags and placecards from Geninne
Feather gift tags from Love vs Design
Holiday knit gift tags from Eat, Drink, Chic
Falling Stars Advent Calendar from Design*Sponge
Twirly Paper Snowflake Tutorial from Simply Modern Mom
Holiday gift tags from Studio Morran
Super Simple Paper Stars from AnneKata
(Image credits: Geninne, Love vs Design, Eat, Drink, Chic, Design*Sponge, Simple Modern Mom, Studio Moran, AnneKata)
What a great idea for your holiday cards! If you’re like me, and you have bushes of Rosemary in your garden, these cute little mini wreaths will give you a great excuse for some harvesting. Check out the tutorial over at Frolic!
(Image credits: Photography: Lisa Warninger. Concept and crafting: Tokketok. Floral and styling: Chelsea Fuss. Created for Frolic!)
I love Christmas and nothing says Ho Ho Ho quite like a card that…well…says Ho Ho Ho (Ho)! These cute Christmas cards are from Akimbo Design. They practically slap you across the face with their festive cheer!
The details: Oi Christmas Cards (10 pack) $21AUD
(Image credit: Akimbo Design)