Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Montage of Montage

There are only 2 weeks left of Montage pop-up shop at 224b William St, Northbridge! Here are some alluring photos to entice you in...


Bunnies! Lamonster dress, Anna Hadwin Crochet, Loco Lepus brooch, Osmosis brooch,
Tall Rabbit picture holder and bunny studs.

Ali J print and Anna Hadwin Crochet

(Clockwise from top left) Eeva Margita zine, Tall Rabbit bookmark, Fluid Ink Letterpress card,
Tall Rabbit unicat print, Samantha Hughes cat hoop, Osmosis necklace.

Penguin pals! Tall Rabbit brooch set and Anna Hadwin Crochet 

Fluid Ink Letterpress card and Eden Dreams necklace

(Clockwise from top left) Simpicity Looms woven necklace, Ali J wood sculptures,
Little Makery felt ball garland, Osmosis coasters, Scrumpy Soaps, Liz Briggs beaded bracelet,
Fluid Ink Letterpress gift tags, Little Makery party spoons, Tall Rabbit ice-cream brooch.
Tall Rabbit pandas!

You can find all this and more in-store but only until Saturday, 30th May. Don't miss out!

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Montage #11!

Montage Pop-up Shop is back again... for the 11th time! We're at 224b William St, Northbridge and we have seven Montage regulars and lots of guest artists. We will be there until the end of May so make sure you pop in soon! I have a few new items including a coffee pot brooch, deer and alpaca wall plaques and a pretty awesome unicorn cat print, all exclusive to Montage!




Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Postcards for me!



I'm pleased to say I've been getting some interesting and unusual postcards from around the world through taking part in Postcrossing. These are from Germany, the Netherlands, France, Taiwan and Romania. I love getting surprises in the letterbox!

Sunday, March 8, 2015

Uppercase lowdown


One of my favourite magazines is Uppercase from Canada and I was very excited to find out that the creator/designer/editor, Janine Vangool was coming to the Perth Writers Festival! She was on a few panels speaking about magazines with people from Dumbo Feather, Kinfolk, Smith Journal and Alphabet Family Journal. I was impressed to hear how she can produce a whole magazine by herself every few months and still have time to spend with her family and to sleep! After the talks, I got to meet her and she is a very nice lady :) She even wrote a lovely message in my copy of the latest Uppercase. Such a happy fangirl moment!

Postcards from the past (and the Giants)


I've been featuring postcards a lot lately so it's on theme to mention the postcards I got from the Giants' farewell performance. The Giants arrived in Perth with a matching amount of hype and took over the city for three days. I went along on the Saturday and Sunday and it was mayhem! I did get to see the Giants up close on Saturday and from a distance on Sunday when they left via the Swan River. 


Part of the procession involved postcards shooting from cannons which I collected a few of. From what I can gather, they were reproductions of old postcards from war times and some were from the Postcards from Home project. This project involved people writing messages to Anzac soldiers who inspired them. There are some great images of Perth in the early 1900s with trams and horse drawn carts and wide streets (some buildings are still recognisable!). There were also reproductions of postcards sent home by the soldiers showing places they'd been such as Egypt and France and also one showing a burial on the battlefield. The postcards were linked to the Giants' story by a young girl in Albany who sent morse code messages to soldiers as they sailed away to war. Her story was featured in a giant book read to the Girl Giant who then got the idea to send morse code messages to the Diver Giant at the bottom of the sea by blowing bubbles into the ocean with a didgeridoo. At  least, I think this is what happened!

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

More rabbit mail!


I'm still enjoying making postcards to send to people around the world through Postcrossing!
This lot is going to Finland, Germany, Japan and Russia! Bon voyage!

Sunday, February 8, 2015

A zombie has my keys!


Every so often I deviate from the cutesy and come up with something like this zombie. It's still kind of cute though! It's now available from my etsy shop. Beware! It likes brains...