Tag Archive: personalised frames

Creating a new story with these books.

I just love looking through old story books. I cant help but head to the children’s book section of second hand/op shops when I walk past. I often flick through the pages and… Continue reading

We’re off to see the Wizard.

                                                                  It… Continue reading

Name frame love

Orders for Inspired by Papers range of personalised name frames have continually ticked over for the last 6 years. Whilst there has been a lot of new designs in other creations that have… Continue reading

Meet the team | One Minute with Kasey

After meeting my team member Mia in a previous post, we reversed the roles and she asked me the questions. She came up with all the questions herself and like to make the… Continue reading

The week that was {7}

How cute are these pears??!! Last week I started to get back into some sort of routine and worked on a few orders. I also made some of these geometric pears. They were… Continue reading

Inspired by Lego

I don’t often get to play around with new designs for personalised frames. I seemed to get caught up doing orders and don’t allocate the time to be creative. So when I decided… Continue reading

The week that was {6}

Why am I doing a Week that was post in the middle of the week? Well I realised I didnt do one for the month of December so I thought I would share… Continue reading

The week (month!) that was {5}

I am back and loving all the orders coming through. I cant believe it is February already. Well I guess I did spend 3 weeks of January working at the Australian Open (all… Continue reading

The week that was {4}

  What a big couple of weeks it has been. So much so that I didn’t get a chance to post my weekly photos. It has been great doing some new designs, along… Continue reading

The week that was {3}

It is hard when things dont go to plan. Whilst my organisation and time management skills have not been at the high level that I am used to in recent months,  I still… Continue reading