Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Bloomin' marvelous

So I have been a bit behind on the blogging, this time of the year really starts to get a bit crazy. We are busy keeping up with Spring orders and new products, and starting our Christmas production, we have some lovely new treats for this years festive season. we are even starting to plan this years Marche Rouge Christmas market and our first classes, which will be Victorian style Christmas decorations. We have sourced lots of beautiful Dresden embossed, die cut papers and German glass glitter & lameta for authentic looking decorations (they won't be in store fore for another 2-3 weeks, we are just finalising some packaging)
We are also almost ready to go to print with lovely new labels for all of our l'uccello products, we can't wait to see it all together at last.
But the biggest story in store at the moment is the rapidly approaching Spring Carnival, while you are sleeping many of our fabulous milliners are busy creating their magical creations so all the ladies and gents look their glamorous best at the track this year.
Just in time we received a huge new delivery of the glorious blooms, lots of  lovely silk lovelies in a whole rainbow of colours.


Speaking of rainbows I have seen more rainbows in the last few weeks than I have in the last few years, and not ordinary wimpy rainbows, enormous, vibrant, isn't nature unbelievable rainbows. This is another one today from our balcony, I sure it is a good omen.

Lovely vintage silk freesias, velvet violets and strawberries

Posies of blossom and bell flowers. lovely flower broaches.

Pink so intense it almost hurts

Gorgeous new velvet and organza lilies

Pure purple silk and organza rose, lilac orchids and turquoise poppies

Tiny vintage silk leaves

New silk, velvet and organsa rose

Velvet strawberries

Fabulous new deluxe double rose, silk velvet and organza

And to top it off we got hugh new deliveries of ribbon

Hand dyed woven wool felt, (check out Cathy Baines' new patterns on her blog Willow Valley Store, it's in my list on the right)

And a big restock of delicious woolen felt.

Finally, look what I bought myself from my very clever friend Penelope Dursten at Cottage Industry (also in the list on the right) Beautifully made and amusing, classic Miss Pen Pen.

Have a great week  x








2 comments:

  1. Great to see the bright colours for flowers and fabrics!

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