easter is only 10 days away!... better hop to it!
Here are three sweet projects from past issues of tickle to get you in the easter spirit!
This little cutie was designed by Lauren from Molly & Mama for a gorgeous Easter inspired photoshoot that featured in issue 10.
Easy enough to make with the kids, the pattern can be enlarged to suit... how cute would a teddy size bunny be to wake up to on Easter morning?
You can find the tutorial here in issue 10 of tickle the imagination magazine, just flick to page 142.
sweet sugar cookie stacks
by sweet treats editor Linda Vandermeer.
Wrapped in a little cellophane, these would make a gorgeous gift for teachers or work colleagues this easter.
You can find the step-by-step recipe here in issue 10 of tickle the imagination magazine, just flick to page 36.
And if you love all things sweet you must visit Linda's delicious blog bubble & sweet
machine stitched easter wishes
by Ali of Ali Benyon Designs
Machine stitch this adorable bunny artwork to give as a card or display in your home this easter.
You can find the tutorial here in issue 05 of tickle the imagination magazine, just flick to page 40
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
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Monday, March 31, 2014
Inspired by the gorgeous Mexican Fries story in issue 15... I went searching for gorgeous Australian-made, cactus creations... here's what I found!
top row (l-r): custom handmade pet cactus by Knot Another, succulents original painting in nail enamel by Gwolly G Design, prickly pear cactus illustrated brooch by Annelise Norman
middle row (l-r): cactus necklace by Clay & Clasp, Woollen cactus by Odds & Ends, Geometric planters by Quirky Kards
bottom row (l-r): diy cactus in a can by The Neon Cactus, Happy Birthday Amigo greeting card by Joey Design, Crochet cactus prickly pear by Ditto Crafts
compiled by Tanya Collier
Sunday, March 30, 2014
I have a confession to make. I bought my 5 year old son a pair of girl’s leggings. The intention was that they were to be worn like slightly baggy tracksuit pants. After a few skew looks from family members I put them away and gave up on the super-comfortable-but-not-track-pants kind of look. Until today! Today, I found exactly what I was looking for at Gaga Couture. The bonus is that they are unisex. My favorites are the feathers – I only wish they came in my size!
Michelle is a children’s stylist who is completely in awe of little people and their magical worlds; their imaginings, their authenticity and their unashamed ability to stare at people. With a background in marketing and advertising, Michelle understands the importance of visual communication and creating a unique and memorable story that will capture the audience’s attention and more importantly their imagination. She works exclusively in the children’s market offering specialised services in producing imaginative, extraordinary stories where dreams are reality; the perfect moment is captured and a magnificent story is told. She has lived in South Africa, can speak Italian and will avoid parallel parking at all costs! www.michelleofferman.com
Saturday, March 22, 2014
Has anyone noticed the change in seasons? I certainly have, although admittedly I do live in Victoria. The cooler morning weather has got me thinking about winter jackets, scarves and beanies.
Take a look at the exquisite range of vintage inspired woollen hats by TypicallyRed. They are made from 100% pure wool and are available in a range of sizes from tiny through to baby and toddler. Warm, comfortable and insanely cute!
Typically Red: www.etsy.com/au/shop/typicallyred