Hi Everyone, here are my new, exclusively designed iPhone 5 and iPhone 4 wallpapers hot off the press! As you can see I’m still going though a geometric phase so most of my new designs reflect this, and there is also a colour update to Diamond Sunset, as this design is still a very popular download.
The weekend is here, do you have any plans? I’m having a quiet one this week and I’ll be working on some exciting posts for you guys. This week’s Fun Friday picture is one that just makes me chuckle. I like the seriousness in their faces when eating the candy floss – it’s important work!
Happy weekend x
Spring has sprung and the bright colours of the season are starting to appear. Grab a hot cross bun and enjoy the Spring themed Folksy Finds from some brilliant British designers.
1. Handmade Fox & Squirrel Cushion from CecilyMae Handmade 2. Summer Sunny Yellow Bird Screen Print from Sianuska 3. Happy Badge Collection from Tea & Ceremony 4. Aunt Lilli’s Oven Glove from Mrs Eliot Books 5. Yellow Leather Journal from Bound 6. Spring Chicken Card from A Farmer’s Daughter 7. Scandi Flower Mugs from Bread and Jam 8. Bugs Life Tea Set from Yvonne Ellen.
Happy Friday! For me this week has gone quite quick and has been a busy one, so this weekend it’s all about spending time with those closest to me and having some fun.
Happy weekend x
This months’ I saw this and thought has come around fast, but luckily I have plenty to share with you. Without realising, I’ve been shooting a lot of food and homeware products over the past few weeks, and by the look of it you could say I have a sweet tooth – but to the contrary!
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Happy Monday to you all! I thought I would start the week off by posting something a little different. I don’t normally blog about food, unless it’s about beautiful packaging, but I wanted to share with you some of Britain’s (and New Zealand’s) best gourmet pies, and what better way to do this during British Pie Week.
The British are lovers of a good pie, savoury rather than sweet, unless it’s a good hearty apple pie (or cherry pie for me). Whilst researching British Pie week I came across lots of lovely companies who produce great, home made gourmet pies, with lots of unusual fillings.
Pieminister, based in Bristol, make a range of savoury pies , with mouth watering fillings such as British Beef and Ale, British Chicken, Ham and Leek, and also Butternut Squash, Feta and Sun Dried Tomato. The beautiful images of these pies really do sell themselves, and I can’t wait to get a hold of them to try out for myself.
Another great British pie maker is Higgidy. Out of all the pies I’ve blogged about today, Higgidy Pies are more widely available, and I’ve been lucky enough to sample a few. Their wonderful creations leaving you wanting more, with the Spinach, Feta and Roasted Pine nut pie being my favourite.
Along my pie journey I found two more companies that caught my eye; The Humble Pie Company, based in the south of England and I Love Pies based in Aukland, New Zealand. Each offer their own take on the humble pie, with gastronomical results. I just hope I’m lucky enough to get my hands on these delicious creations one day!
Are you a savoury or sweet pie kinda person? x