Wrapped in a neat little package...

Friday, February 12, 2010

my goodies that is! I've been talking about it for a while now but I have finally got in my hot little hands my new, crystal clear cello bags! It took me ages to source some that would be big enough AND while being good quality so that you could still see my gorgeous creations through them. Well, after searching for ages I finally found some and they were delivered earlier this week. I'm so pleased, it will mean that my wall art stays nice and clean without being damaged with the constant handling from myself and my customers.

I have designed a new sticker that I will be having printed (once I have some money that is!) which will have the care instructions on the back and of course my new branding. Last night I made little swing tags for my Bye Bye Baby Bunting, Treasure Keeper Zipper Purses and Treasure Keeper Bunny Purses — I spent ages with a scalpel cutting them all out, nothing makes me happier than a sharp scalpel blade that doesn't ruin your edges!

Also made was the backing cards for my Hold Your Heart magnet sets. These were sold individually at markets and on-line where people could choose their own, but I thought a little set would be cute, plus, so much easier to gift wrap if you're giving them to someone as a gift!

If you would like a last minute Valentines Day gift of a Hold Your Heart Magnet Set they are $12 each and I'll be listing a couple on the shop — if you're in New Zealand and purchase one today before 3pm I can get it to the postshop for delivery to your sweetheart tomorrow!


Freedom Creative™  – (February 12, 2010 at 11:24 AM)  

I've been waiting for you to post about what you've been up too... and I'm not disappointed - they look SO COOL!!! Good work Jess!!!

Are the swing tags made from minicards?

Bam Bam Creative  – (February 12, 2010 at 1:07 PM)  

thanks Emma! I'm really pleased with how they came out, they just look so... finished!

The swing tags I designed in illustrator and printed onto a Christina Ri (? I think that's her name) scrap booking paper that I had. I don't have a great printer at home so it's hard to get colours right.


Freedom Creative™  – (February 12, 2010 at 4:46 PM)  

Yip, that's her name... love her papers. That's cool that you can just print them yourself (and they don't look at all like you did!). Very swish and all ready for your Welly debut.

Have a fab weekend!

Evie  – (February 12, 2010 at 6:35 PM)  

Wow wow, looking divine! I love!
And I'm totally with you on the satifaction brought by a sharp scalpel! x

Jennie  – (February 12, 2010 at 6:50 PM)  

They look so professional! I especially love how the bunting looks. xJ

Bam Bam Creative  – (February 13, 2010 at 9:31 AM)  

thanks everyone! I'm feeling really proud with how they came out — now just to do the rest of them all!

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What I do...

Bam Bam Creative makes boutique and vintage inspired homewares and childrens homewares — all made by hand with a lot of love and attention.

Making fabric Covered Wall Art, Magnets and Brooches, coordinating Bunting, Throw Cushions, Zipper Purses and soon to debut — Mobiles & Quilts — all made with an individual quality that you will love to look at and treasure for years to come.