It’s Christmas time! This means trying to think of what you can give people. As someone with my own little biz I find that I always leave picking things out for family too late and lets face it, they probably don’t all want a handmade brain.
Here are my picks for the perfect Christmas gifts, and they are all Aussie sellers! Oh, and there are also some quirky ones 😉
I love this Aussie Animal Puzzle of NSW! Just $50. From handmadepuzzles on etsy
Who doesn’t need a diary?! Weekly Planner from mulberryPOPplanners, $58
Echidna hair pins. I love these echidnas from One Happy Leaf. Just $12.50
Are they a bit quirky? Bloody Murder Cushion on red Bubble by Microwave24. Oh yeah, Microwave24 is my sister… $22.00
For Boys and Men
Males are difficult to buy for!
This Huntsman Spider cushion cover by Photographic Textiles is pretty awesome! Just $26!
Or Nick Cave by Spunk Valley, only $15
This Johnson Australia Dinner Plate from KoKo and Bear Co is perfect for mum, and only $10
This gorgeous Corella from Sheryl Cole Art, $87.95
How awsome are these Kangaroo Studs from Sweet November Jewelry, $43
I really love this Doctor Ibis print, inspired by plague doctors by Rosie Lace $18. She’s also got cute dresses, tops and shorts. One stop shop!
I’ve been wanting to start a blog series about my most treasured possessions, so here it is, post one in the series.
My treasures fill my space. Some are books, some things, some significant because of where they came from and what they mean.
I’ve had this book-Biological Drawings- for about 20 years. The copy I have was published in 1957. It is in fairly good condition considering it is a soft cardboard cover and has been kept in my room that tends to be filled with bugs who eat books, in fact it looks rather untouched by bugs. Perhaps it was covered in some sort of bug repellent many years ago.
Biological Drawings is one of my most favourite things. Not only is it an old book but it is about anatomy of both plants and animals and was written by a woman. I loved looking at the dissected rabbit when I was younger. Recently I’ve most enjoyed the insects and the plants.
I love the little rabbit hands up near its head, all trapped by the removing of the skin.
Below, some of the plant drawings.
I was reading these bird beak descriptions to my cockatiel last night.
The only typewritten text is that on the cover, the inside cover and the index. The rest is handwritten. Another reason why I love it.