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Make your home explode with colour and joy!

Make your home explode with colour and joy!

Introducing Studio Roof and their fun and fantastical take on wall decor!
Who wouldn't love colourful butterflies, beetles and bugs climbing across their walls?

Free downloads included.
Home Makers: Melanie Hardy

Home Makers: Melanie Hardy

Introducing Home Makers – we're visiting the home-based studio of Melanie Hardy, a ceramist who side-tracked from her creative path many times in life but learnt to listen to her heart and return to the comforts of clay.

I recently had the pleasure of collaborating with Melanie on a collection of ceramic earrings that formed part of Home Dweller Collective.

Tea Towel Furoshiki - An eco-friendly way to gift wrap.

Tea Towel Furoshiki - An eco-friendly way to gift wrap.

Looking for a unique way to wrap presents? Try a traditional Japanese wrapping technique called Furoshiki to inject some creativity into your gift-giving. Both beautiful and functional, the Furoshiki, or wrapping cloth, provides the recipient with an extra bonus gift they can actually use! 
Demo video included.

Make your home explode with colour and joy!

Make your home explode with colour and joy!

Introducing Studio Roof and their fun and fantastical take on wall decor!
Who wouldn't love colourful butterflies, beetles and bugs climbing across their walls?

Free downloads included.
Home Makers: Melanie Hardy

Home Makers: Melanie Hardy

Introducing Home Makers – we're visiting the home-based studio of Melanie Hardy, a ceramist who side-tracked from her creative path many times in life but learnt to listen to her heart and return to the comforts of clay.

I recently had the pleasure of collaborating with Melanie on a collection of ceramic earrings that formed part of Home Dweller Collective.

Tea Towel Furoshiki - An eco-friendly way to gift wrap.

Tea Towel Furoshiki - An eco-friendly way to gift wrap.

Looking for a unique way to wrap presents? Try a traditional Japanese wrapping technique called Furoshiki to inject some creativity into your gift-giving. Both beautiful and functional, the Furoshiki, or wrapping cloth, provides the recipient with an extra bonus gift they can actually use! 
Demo video included.

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