Hi everyone. It’s World Stationery Day! As a child I loved notebooks, matching pencils, little cute erasers. In the 1980s I had adorable ‘Bobby & Kate’ stationery from Tokyo, awesome rainbow & unicorn goodies too.
As an adult I visited Tokyo and it’s a magical, wonderland of cute & quirkiness & stationery heaven. Today I never thought I’d be designing my own stationery! It’s a dream come true! So little did I know back then that I was researching for my future job!
If you have been following my design career, you may recognise the above bunny print. I designed it a few years ago but I am very fond of it and turned it into a notebook.
It’s professionally printed by a third-party printing company and is printed on both sides in brilliant full colour with a smooth finish. I was so delighted to get these professionally printed and I designed the little matching cards that can be used as bookmarks!
This pattern is also a few years old. I entered a design competition and came up with a Carousel Horse theme. Have a look here at how I came up with the idea. I made a repeating pattern of the design and always liked the magical quality of it. People seem to like it too as it’s a best-seller for me.
If you would like to see more of Dreaming on a Star’s stationery Click Here. I hope you enjoy World Stationery Day and have lots of pretty things to write on! ♡
Hi everyone. I am having a 20% Off Easter Sale in my Etsy Shop, running from Thursday 17th until Tuesday 22nd April.
Everything is 20% off, including Hallowe’en & Christmas items which are already discounted by 40%.
So CLICK HERE to grab yourself an Easter bargain. Use Code EASTERSALE20 to get 20% Off (Minimum spend $3.00).
Get your craft on! ♡
Hi everyone. Happy Easter Monday! Some lovely Easter patterns on the blog today.
I came across some really gorgeous Easter Patterns and Illustrations from other designers.
I hope you like them. ♡
I love the colour scheme and the bunny rabbits are just so adorable. The designs on the Easter eggs are great and I love the ‘I scream for Jellybeans!’ quote. It’s such a sweet design from Amy King.
Another cute design from Genine Delahaye. I’m a big fan of hearts and love seeing them. The bunny is very sweet with her rosy cheeks!
Fresh colour scheme. I love the background Easter pattern. It really makes the design. ♡
Hi everyone. I would like to wish you all a very Happy Easter! I hope you got lots of chocolately goodness!
Look at the cute Easter bunnies I got and in their own mug!
This is from Milka chocolate and hands down it’s my favourite chocolate.
Look at the cute baby bunny! Yummy! Enjoy Easter Sunday! ♡
Hi everyone. I’ve been working on some Easter designs. I hope you like them.
Easter isn’t too far away. If you’ve given up chocolate for Lent, it won’t be long until you eats lots of Easter eggs on Sunday! Yummy!
I love bunnies and the Easter bunny is cute and colourful in this Spring colour scheme!
Lots of cute Easter designs and quirky eggs and flowers to keep the Easter bunny happy!
I absolutely adore Spring colours and it’s my favourite time of year for flowers – daffodils, tulips and primroses. Such pretty colours everywhere! ♡
NOTE – The first pattern is available as a 48 page notebook – available HERE!
Hi everyone. Easter isn’t too far away, so today’s post is about Easter crafts.
I absolutely love this really simple Easter craft from Crafts For All Seasons. It’s an Embroidery Floss Easter Egg. You can find out how to do it, here. (You can also use brightly coloured wools too.)
Look at this cute Bunny Printable Box from Easter Colouring! You can cut it out and colour it in; perfect for kids on their Easter egg hunt!
Click here to download it.
And for some yummy goodness! These Easter treats look absolutely delicious. It’s a Bunny Brownie recipe in a jar! Click this link to find out how to do it and for free printable labels.
I hope these Easter crafts will keep you busy. I’ll be posting more Easter goodies during the week. ♡