Hello lovely people of the world!!
We are quickly approaching the most wonderful time of the year! It’s so amazing to me that within a matter of weeks it will be Christmas. I remember crossing into 2017 like it was yesterday.
In light of this I have designed my debut collection of Christmas themed cake toppers available for pre-order from now until November 30th, 2017. The toppers will be despatched within the first 3 weeks of December and there’s also a discount available for orders of a dozen or more.
View the catalogue here
Place your orders here
Remember the deadline for all pre-orders is November 30th, 2017.
I look forward to working with you.
It’s been so long since my last post. So much has happened globally, locally and on a personal level. This is just an update on what I’ve been up to in the last 9 months and boy oh boy it’s been quite a rollercoaster ride.
So I relocated from Ikorodu back to my studio in Ikoyi at the beginning of April and resumed life and work in my new reality. I had moved to Ikorodu in November 2016 for 4 months following the death of my father, to support my Mum through her mourning period. My loyal clients (for whom I am forever grateful) stuck by me through this transition and continued bringing me their business. God bless you all ever so richly.
As I felt more settled in familiar surroundings back in Ikoyi, I started making plans on achieving my goals for the rest of 2017. Continue reading
Hello beautiful people!
Today’s post is a bit different from my regular offering, I’m sharing with you my little adventure to Christ the Light of Hope Orphanage (CLOHO) in Akute, Ogun State, Nigeria. Here, I taught a craft class to over 20 children, from age 2 upwards, on how to make smiley faces and butterflies. It was a bit out of my comfort zone but was totally worth the experience.
Hello, I wish I could say my absence from blogging was because I had been in my secret lair hatching a master plan on world domination (*insert evil laugh). Sadly nothing that exciting has been going on but I have been incredibly busy at work and as a result been too tired on most days to think of new paper projects.
So today I’m going to share with you a project I did a while back for a friend’s mum. It was her 50th Birthday and though I unfortunately couldn’t make it to her birthday party I was able to make and send a belated birthday card. She was quite delighted with the card and sent me the most pleasant thank you note ever. To be blessed with the ability to put smiles on faces and create happiness in people’s lives, that’s what makes doing this worthwhile because life is to too serious and complicated already.