Hello all! Today we have a jolly old Easter Egg Hunt kit for you. Featuring some bunnies and sheeps, you can either stake these in the ground around the garden, or stick them about the house. Each of their paws (or hooves?) have thin lines which you can cut to allow them to hold the signs.
You can see the characters below, or to download click here:
Just a quick one today! Here’s a Tooth Fairy Kit for all your lovely parents going through the joys of kids losing teeth. Mine is currently getting his which makes for more drool than I’d ever imagined!
Happy New Year, everyone! I’ve spent the last few weeks of holidays enjoying Freddie and seeing the family. Now it’s back to work, and what better way to combat the busy days of design than by countering it with some much more fun things in the evenings.
For the past month I’ve wanted to create Freddie some illustrations that he’ll really respond to. In the first four weeks he became wide-eyed at anything black and white, and animal-related. A few weeks on and bright colours are his favourite!
I’ve made these few prints and he seems to enjoy them, so I thought I’d share them here. Interestingly, I did a much duller contrast initially and he wouldn’t even look at them. It wasn’t until my wife suggest raising it much more that I realised the problem. High contrast is definitely a hit with little people!
Calling all children, parents and those in between! It’s the time of year when little eyes are watching, and Santa is getting ready to deliver his presents, right? Well, we’ve just got a special delivery of Elf Reports in and I have it under good authority Santa takes these VERY seriously, so get doing those chores and being nice to your neighbours…
It’s so close to Christmas, and today in Wales we’ve have shed loads of snow to build up the festive cheer. Where I live, the snow quickly turned to mush but the mountain at the back of us is as white as can be. I can’t wait for our new little Freddie to see his first proper fall of snow!
Meet my new son!
Freddie James Michael Hazell-Edwards.
Born 6th November 2017.
I’m in love! He’s a beautiful baby boy, and we’re already having so much fun with him seeing him learn everything anew. Anyway, it’s been a bit quiet around here so hopefully I’ll update properly soon with some festive printables!
Hope you all had a lovely Halloween. We stayed in, waiting for baby who’s due any day now. So exciting!
To forget about the impending birth bit I have another leaf printable for you today! Woohoo! This one is a nice garland to tide you over from Halloween to Christmas. Just fold the stems over a piece of string or twine, and you can move your leaves around wherever they look best.
It’s been a quiet year for mooching around galleries and museums, but in the last few months I’ve had a few great opportunities with work to get to explore some new places that I hadn’t yet visited. One of these is Ceredigion Museum.
Terrace Road, Aberystwyth SY23 2AQ
Once the Coliseum Theatre, Ceredigion Museum is an impressive showcase of Aberystwyth and Ceredigion’s history. When walking in your greeted with an Aladdin’s cave of collections, from agriculture displays, to naval history of the region. There are old artworks (see Alfred Worthington for more of these gorgeous images), radios and telephony, pharmacy cases, taxidermy local breeds, dentistry equipment, local railwayana, vintage toys, clocks. You name it, it’s probably here, and it all surrounds a wonderful stage with flood lights and old movie posters and theatre listings.
It’s been a while since I did a font download post! I scanned a pile of books and drew up the fonts last year, but I haven’t found time to tidy them up. However, for a spooky Halloween poster I think these will do nicely!
It’s getting closer to Halloween and if, like me, you’re panicking about not decorating the house in time then fear not! Today I have some snazzy wall paintings for you to entertain your guests with. Best of all? Turn them over half way through the night and see if anyone notices. The sweet, elegant portraits of the first half of the evening will spookily turn into some interesting shady characters.
Just print them off, stick them back to back with a ribbon or piece of string to hang them stuck between the sheets, and display them for all to see!