Aussie brand Blacklist is gearing up for another huge year after their prints dominated the market in 2015. TLC caught up with the crew this week and discovered that there’s big news on the way for these dreamers.
If you're a colour lover and you adore supporting local, the homewares from this Aussie brand are going to cause you some serious heart palpitations (in the best way possible, of course!).
This week's Conversation Series post detailed how much I adore Christmas. It also revealed that it never used to be this way - and that the festive season used to stress me out like you wouldn't believe (you can read the full post here).Part of that stress was due to Christmas shopping; not knowing what to get, going into stores without a game plan or budget, and having to end up stuck at the shops on Christmas Eve.
Limited edition art normally comes with the sort of price tag you can't afford without a personal loan. But in the case of local brand Okay Luna, the ladies behind the art set out to change that mindset from the get-go.
The art business is a competitive one. Just ask the ladies behind local brand Minty Prints.
Born in 2012, Casey Divall and Amy Creek’s business celebrates colourful prints with attitude, fun and a little cheek. But getting your name out there takes a while, they discovered.
It’ll come as no surprise to you that we love to support local, especially when the products are as heartfelt as the ones in this week’s Mum Monday post.
I’ve declared on the blog in the past that The Block’s Alisa and Lysandra are the best twins since Mary Kate & Ashley Olsen, and their latest project definitely takes their levels of amazing to the next level.
I'm the worst when it comes to doing maintenance things around the home (don't be fooled by the shot above - that makeover was a disaster!)Truth be told, I generally look to my partner to help me out of a jam when it comes to completing something 'handyman' related (even if it is pretending I don't know how to put IKEA furniture together, leaving him to spend hours on the floor with flatpack furniture and an Allen key).