Monday, November 29, 2010

At My House....


 ....it's feeling a lot like summer.  Windows thrown open, kiddie pool out, trips to the beach, and today my first attempt at homemade yogurt pops.  So easy!  So healthy!  Definitely a new seasonal staple.

And I finished heat-setting my order for My Baby and Me -- I so love working with MBAM.  The quality of their clothing is amazing and I love the practicality and ease of kimono-style closures on these little newborn onesies.


I did 12 kimonos in all, but only photographed 10 since two of the prints repeated.  Looking forward to sending these off tomorrow and getting to work on a few kimono prints in bigger sizes for the Nelson market on Saturday.

Happy to be joining in with Lou's blog today -- go visiting and see what other crafty bloggers are up to here.

7 comments:

knightlight said...

im LOVING your printed littlies!!!!!!!
so so lovely to stumble across your blog

Buttons by Lou Lou said...

Oh wow, brilliant first photo. It looks completely like summer! I thought ours was here - but that was a couple of weeks ago - crazy Melbourne weather. I must admit is was starting to scare me as to how hot it was all going to get again! Beach and icypoles though - they are good.

Love the printed onesies. Great work! Lou.

beck said...

Gorgeous little onesies! How cute. Bit jealous of the beachy shot, winter seems to have returned to Daylesford..brrrr! xo

shortly24 said...

Gorgeous! Love your prints, I'm sure they will be popular :)

monkeemoomoo said...

I love that first photo. Wow! that is summer!! I made some yoghurt/fruit iceblocks today, we can't get through summer without them.

I love your gorgeous prints!

I have just become a follower too:)

Margaret said...

You are on Etsy! Did I miss that before? Very cool.

Seedling said...

Thank you for the lovely comments! Wonderful to see a few new names. Welcome! Thank you so much for saying hello....

Margs, yes - you're very observant. I just opened the Etsy shop this week. Working some things like my shop appearance and getting a few listings up. Exciting, but a bit intimidating. Etsy is so huge! Good though to get it going -- especially since I need to order new business cards and now I can include my Etsy address.

xx