Caboodle Magazine And Lucky Dip Club

This month I have been involved in two exciting things – the latest issue of Caboodle Magazine and the March Bunnyland Lucky Dip Club Box.


Caboodle is a bi-annual indie magazine edited by amazing girls Kayti and Amy. I first met the girls at a Lucky Dip Club meet up where we bonded over pom poms and a balloon named Simon the Unicorn.  I’m so excited to have an ad in the latest issue and to see my gold glitter pin featured in the gift guide! If you look closely you can find a coupon code for my shop and also see my pal Jo from Hello Sunshine on the same page yay!

I love this magazine so much. Every page has someone I love featured and there are so many great articles including recipes and DIYs. They’ve even featured my favourite instagrammer ever. Thanks so much for asking me to be involved girls and for the extra treats for pre-ordering a copy!


Next up, is the Bunnyland Lucky Dip Club subscription box. This month, Pony People were the featured illustrator and we were spoiled for choice with all the goodies included!


The zine is my favourite part of each box and this month it was especially fun as I created a DIY for the subscribers which featured in it. These Sparkle Bunny Ears are made using the cardboard box and some glitter fabric, combined with a little hot glue gun action. If you make any please be sure to tag me so I can see!


Each monthly box in 2016 includes an enamel pin and this month we had an added pin bonus with this customised wooden bunny pin. CUTE!Lucky-Dip-Club-Bunny-PinsI particularly enjoyed the mini crochet kit by The Make Arcade – it’s the sweetest bunny planter cosy.

Thanks for letting me share my excitement today! I hope you all had a super Easter full of treats and rest.



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Oooh look at me unintentionally blogging every day this week!

I wanted to let you all know that the super lovely Jen, from the geek crafting blog Sparkle Girl has featured me as one of her Inspiring Ladies today! CHUFFED!

You can read my little feature here where I share my 5 favourite things. I actually found it really hard to pick 5 things and even asked G if I was a bit boring…….


Please also take a look at Jen’s Etsy store, where she stocks awesome geek related sewn items – remember Rainbow Brite? Jen can make you a tote bag with her face on it.

Hope you’re all having a grand week. I’m back tomorrow to announce an exciting collaboration!



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