The new paper goodies from Brisbane, Australia-based An April Idea are just the thing to brighten up a Monday morning. I’m totally digging the sweet illustrations and hand lettered goodness that can be found throughout their collection, which includes greeting cards, art prints, bookmarks (lovin’ the vintage light bulb design above), fill-in invites, notebooks, notepads, and more. You can check out their entire collection right here.
images from An April Idea
Live the Life You’ve Imagined Print | The Wheatfield by Katie Daisy
This Week’s Picks
♥ Hello! Lucky and Egg Press have teamed up for WRITE_ON, a letter writing campaign that kicks off in April, which also happens to be National Letter Writing Month. Starting March 25th, be on the lookout for a a special WRITE_ON Letter Writing Kit at Egg Press. The kit ontains 2 Egg Press cards and 2 Hello!Lucky cards, and have I mentioned that it’s FREE? Supplies are limited and available within the US only, so you’ll want to check the kit out as soon as it’s available!
♥ I can’t decide which is more awesome, the camera or the packaging.
♥ Pretty, printable watercolor bookmarks from Almost Makes Perfect. – via
♥ Aaah … blind debossing on creamy, luxe stock.
♥ Clever and stylish, laser cut packaging for candles by Angelbomb.
♥ Free printable spring-themed gift tags from Lia Griffith. So lovely.
image from The Wheatfield by Katie Daisy
Easter may still be a month away, but it will be here before we know it! Those holidays, they really sneak up on you, don’t they? I’ve been spotting some seriously fun Easter cards on the interwebs lately, and I hope that you’ll find some Easter basket-worthy greetings in this little collection:
Above, clockwise from top : Humble Studio // Grey Moggie // Rifle Paper Co. // Hennel Paper // Bloom Letterpress (bottom) // Ink Meets Paper // Louise Wright Design // Sugar Paper
images from their respective sources
Top o’ the mornin’ to ya, and Happy St. Paddy’s Day! I don’t have anything leprechaun-themed for you today, but I do have these fun sticky note cubes from Ilee, one of which features gnomes on parade. Gnomes, leprechauns – they’re kind of similar, right?
Anywho, a sticky note cube is a godsend for anyone, myself included, who has a habit of jotting down quick notes and daily reminders for themselves. And these sweet, modern designs would be right at home on any office desk.
images from Ilee