I am so excited to share with you all the NEW floral collection, inspired by a local florists amazing work, Leanne from Paeonia Floral in Leek and the bouquets she puts together and the inspiring arrangements.
Before starting this collection I asked Leanne if I could use her florals as my inspiration for a new range, Leanne currently stocks my greetings cards in her florists and I am so excited for when they are allowed to re-open and have this range of work sitting alongside the others.
You can check out some of her work with the link below, or head over to instagram @paeoniafloral to check out her latest work.
I actually met Leanne a few years ago when we were at an artisan market at Wedgwood and she had a stall next to me selling candles that she made. And since then had stayed in contact on social media, until one day I walked into her shop in Leek at the start of her new venture in floristry.
Anyway, back to the floral collection, I wanted to create a collection that felt like a real bouquet of flowers, like an everlasting bouquet. I will definitely by adding to the range but I wanted to start of with a small amount of what customers had asked for.
You can check out our range of prints below
With the range of prints we also have a range of greetings cards and coming very soon a collection of notebooks too.
The greetings card range will have a blank card, Mother’s Day card and a Happy Birthday card too.
For Mother’s Day I also added a range of handmade wall hangings too which matched the prints and greetings cards as well as a few designs in our new range of embroidery hoops.
The original artwork pieces for these designs are also available on the website as a large wall hanging original artwork piece.
We have also released a really great Mother’s Day gift set with Craftykidz, this includes a A4 print from Cushy Paws, with a greetings card and notebook and a make your own wreath kit from Craftykidz
I hope you love the new collections and I can’t wait for them to be stocked in my stockists as soon as they re- open in April (fingers crossed) and hopefully back at the local markets and events.