Saturday, January 30, 2010

Soft spot

I have a soft spot for Lark.
Everything in Allison's store is just divine, including Allison!
Demand has seen Allison open up her first brick & mortar store in Daylesford last year and Lark is featuring in just about every home & living magazine available!
But it is her new website that has my heart & eyes jumping with joy!
Even if you don’t want to shop, just drop by Lark’s website for some eye candy and inspiration.
We’re so happy to have Lark on board again this year. You will find their very pretty wares at our Malvern Market in May and Caulfield Christmas Market.

Here are some of our favourites:
These sweet pencil cases are printed on both sides with Sukie's distinctive designs. Ideal for school, office, studio or home. Available in Strange Fruit, Alphabet and Bird Tree. Size 23cm wide x 10cm high. Made in England.

A hand-embroidered 100% cotton banner that you'll want to bring out year after year for family birthdays. Beautifully-made, it measures a whopping 5 metres long and is even washable. Match this with our Retro Bunting and Birthday Tablecloth for a stylish, colourful, earth-friendly party.

Pastiglie Leone of Turin, Italy, are makers of the world's finest candy pastilles. Beautiful paper wrap hides traditional gold boxes containing mouth-watering confectionery in pastel colours. The sweets are made using natural herbs and essences and come in a wonderful range of flavours.

For all sorts of special occasions, Umpen have devised these delightful correspondence cards. Choose from a range of candy-coloured designs, announcing parties, weddings, new babies, house moves and big thank yous. Each pack contains ten cards of the same design, plus 10 envelopes. Not only pretty, they are planet-friendly, too. Both cards and envelopes are made from 100% recycled stock.

Babies will learn to love their veggies from an early age with these sweet lifesize rattles. They are hand made from washable 100% cotton yarn in vibrant colours. You can pick a cauliflower, carrot, aubergine, pumpkin, tomato or a whole bunch! All of our knitted toys are made by women artisans in rural Bangladesh in fair trade conditions, and are safe for under-threes.

PS - almost forgot to tell you that Allison & Co are soon to open a cafe in Ballarat with a Lark shop in it! I can just picture it, lots of vintage, fresh flowers, and oh so delicious cakes & scones.
Anne x
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