Halloween is creepily creeping ever closer so to celebrate I’ve popped these cute colour-your-own stickers on Happy Mail Day. They are pretty cute (if I do say so myself) and the kids love personalising the monsters and ghosts.
There are more Halloween goodies (like these Halloween printables) on the store too!
New sticker set just released for Oktoberfest! If you’re all about this German festival of beer you’ll love this set. You can find these stickers on my Etsy store!
I’ve just added new stickers to my Etsy store Happy Mail Day! I designed these a few days ago to use on my personal mail. They are a close match in colour to the stock standard air mail sticker. I just added a cute icon and an updated font. I hope you like them.
Hi everyone. I hope you’re having an awesome start to the week. I popped a whole heap of new stickers in the Etsy shop a few weeks ago including these piggy bank stickers for planners, diaries, journals and calendars. The stickers are printed on 130gsm paper so they aren’t too flimsy (Lord knows I hate flimsy stickers). There are 70 in a sheet and they are a steal at AUD $2.50. Grab yours now or take a look around at the other goodies in my Happy Mail Day store.
Piggy bank stickers
I’ve written about the stunning work of Rachel Ignotofsky before. She creates beautiful illustrations, many with sciency themes like this desert ecosystem print or this anatomy of a flower. Rachel recently released new art – and a new book – celebrating the groundbreaking work of women in science. These world-changing women are perfect role models for aspiring young scientists and it is so great that artists like Rachel remind us of their legacy and the paths they paved for us.
Rosalind Franklin – the chemist who discovered the structure of DNA.
Valentina Tereshkova – the first woman and first civilian to fly in space.
Jane Goodall – world renowned primatologist, conservationist and ethologist.
I’m mesmerised by these prints from Amanda Marino. Space certainly has a way of making us feel so very small. I love the descriptions Amanda uses to. I think this one – for her print of Jupiter’s Moons – is really beautiful.
“Sometimes when problems come and they try to take my peace from me, I sit and I pay attention to everything around me. Then, I remember … I’m a tiny little creature that we call it “human”, on a floating space rock, surrounded by many other floating space rocks, in a very VERY distant place form the next universe. And yet, the Creator made all of this for me? What’s there to worry about? When you look at this art print I want you to be reminded that sometimes, things are not in our control but they always end up the way they were meant to.”
Check out Amanda’s beautiful work.
Have you popped over to the Happy Mail Day Etsy store? There’s some lovely printable stationery that you can buy and print at home! Remember to leave your postal address if you order so I can send you something in the mail!
Don’t you just love chandeliers? If I could, I’d have one in every room of the house (including the loo!). If you can’t quite spring for the sparkly crystal variety perhaps a cardboard chandelier will do. Find out how to make your very own cardboard chandelier over at Etsy.
(Image source: Etsy via Paper Made)
Woohoo more paper goodies!
I bookmarked Love & Reason’s Etsy store a few weeks ago because I had spied her lovely muted blue postcards on Pinterest (I think). I just had a look through the rest of the shop and I’m lucky I was able to leave the page before I stuffed my shopping cart full of stuff. So good! Kate’s focus appears to be block prints which is a look I love – nice and distressed (just like me). Here are a few of my faves.
^ Blue Notecard Set $15.00
^ Halloweed Card Set $12.00
^ Stacked Books Print $15.00
(Image credit: Love & Reason)