Monday, October 4, 2010

Getting crafty with paper and beyond

With Christmas on the not too distant horizon, it’s not surprising that my thoughts are turning to cards and decorations and our Mathilda’s Market stallholders are giving me plenty of inspiration for some gorgeous gifts and home ideas.

One of the first I wanted to share is a fabulous business inspired by all things paper,The Paper Tie Affair. Originally they sold unique Christmas decorations but have expanded their range to include a paperholics dream of stationary, artwork and home décor using both vintage and new paper designs.

With so much to choose from, I was racking up my wish-list pretty quickly.

Check out these gorgeous items just for starters....

Stunning paper garlands in heaps of different designs for kids party decorations or dressing up their rooms:

Colourful bunting in different colours and patterns to brighten up kids rooms, parties, courtyards or anywhere…

Vintage inspired gift tags, a great way to make any pressie look extra special:

Stylish magnetic memo holders in vintage inspired prints:

The Paper Tie Affair will be making their Sydney Mathilda’s Market debut on October 30 at Paddington Town Hall and will also be in Brisbane for the Mathilda’s Christmas Market on November 6 so make sure you visit as you won’t be disappointed! If you are can’t wait until then click here to visit their website-The Paper Tie Affair.

Not strictly all about paper but divine nonetheless, Redberry Design are best known for their origami mobiles but they design everything from lamps to notebooks and candles to clothing.

A new addition to the Mathilda’s Market line up, their range is made from individually designed and printed fabric and paper and is inspired by nature.

The origiami mobiles and artwork are made by hand with printed paper and are stunning for kids rooms or around the house as a design statement:

If you’re looking for a great gift idea the pouches are made from felt and custom printed fabric finished with a wood button. They’d be great to carry around your ipod, phone or trinkets:

Or the candles and table lamps can be used anywhere around the house and make a gorgeous feature:

Redberry Design will also be at the Sydney Mathilda’s Market at Paddington Town Hall on October 30. Click here to check out their website for a preview-Redberry Design.

Jenny x

Mathilda’s Market Blogger

1 comment:

The Paper Tie Affair said...

Hi Jenny, just saw this post, very excited!!! Can't wait for Sydney and Brisbane markets . . . very busy getting ready for Sydney at the moment!

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