Following on from my “girls, guys & home” guides to Boutiques Fair post last week – today’s is all about the kids! From toys and decor, to clothes and books, there will be LOADS of vendors in attendance focussed on gorgeous kid’s stuff. Mark the dates down in your calendar, get some friends together and make a day of it! Boutiques Fair Singapore is happening on 4th – 5th November.
Here are a few of my faves for kids below! :)
1. Sea Apple 2. Pom Pom & Puffin 3. Deer Industries 4. Madie Moo 5. Stylo Deco 6. Deer Industries 7. Madie Moo
1. Deer Industries 2. Deer Industries 3. Feroza 4. Deer Industries 5. Deer Industries 6. Sea Apple 7. Deer Industries
Oh my gosh! It’s been such a long time between posts! I wish I could say it’s because crazy exciting things have been happening behind the scenes here, but in actuality it’s regular daily life and being a Mum that’s keeping me busy! Which is no less important of course, just not particularly “blog worthy” I’m afraid. It’s all about DIY laundry and Toddler Negotiations these days haha!
Even so, I just wanted to pop in and share with anyone here in Singapore that one of my favouirte events – The Boutiques Fair – is on again in November (4th & 5th)! Perfectly timed for getting some Christmas shopping done – yes, I went there. Christmas is coming! The fair will be chock-full of fantastic local and international vendors, and is seriously HUGE so you’re bound to find what you need for that certain someone who has everything.. or yourself. I’m all for that.
So to help make the decisions easier, I thought I’d check out some of the vendors coming in November and put together a couple of little guides to get you excited. First up – Girls, Guys, and Home. This is by no means an extensive list, just a couple of things that caught my eye! :)
1. An Uplifted Day 2. Elyse & i 3. Matter Prints 4. Little Man 5. Little Man 6. Hello Chocolate 7. Twin Within 8. Cote & Badt 9. Elyse & i
1. Eck & Art 2. Epigram Books 3. Gifts Less Ordinary 4. Italic & Bold 5. Shinnpark 6. BNVVT 7. Italic & Bold
1. Epigram Books 2. Little Man 3. Stylo Deco 4. Little Man 5. The Paper Bunny 6. Kala Pata 7. Stylo Deco
Keep up to date with the latest Boutiques Fair news on their Facebook Page!
I just wanted to leave you today with two beautiful photos that caught my eye this week. These are test letterpress prints of laser-cut wooden letters, made by the lovely Sabrina of Small Caps. Aren’t they great? Sabrina makes such beautiful and unique prints from her studio in Berlin, I just had to give her a mention here! :)
She has a shop full of amazing goodies, a blog, and even an Atelier that you can visit on Tuesdays and Thursdays if you’re in Berlin! Here are two of my favourites from her shop:
Find the ‘Travel Notebooks’ here, and the ‘abcdefg print’ here. :)
Isn’t that a great way to end the week? I hope you all have a great weekend! x
Happy Monday all! I hope you had a great weekend!
I wanted to share some beautiful bright art with you this morning.. maybe it’ll get us in the mood for the new week? :)
Aren’t these gorgeous prints from Becca Stadtlander absolute perfection?! Nothing like pairing bright colours with folksy patterns to get me excited.. and, let’s be honest – plate walls and teapot collections, really?! Love.It.
I think my favourites would have to be the bowl of peaches above, or the bell jar below. What about you, do you have a favourite?
You can find prints (and even some original art!) over in Becca’s Shop, and if you want to see even more of her beautiful work, you can check out her website and blog.
I just stumbled upon Harvest Textiles recently, and have been completely taken since! Just look at how bright and unique these pieces are.. gotta love a bit of neon, spots, and bold funky patterns!
Harvest Textiles is a Melbourne-based company run by 4 very talented women… they also run Harvest Workroom in which they hold screen printing and textile workshops, how cool is that?! If you are lucky enough to find yourself in Melbourne, you should definitely stop by their retail shop Harvest Storeroom, or look into taking one of their workshops!
If you’re like me though and further away from Melbourne than you’d like, you can also check out their online shop. :)