KIDDING AROUND


Hi, hi.  I wanted to share a few new bits and bobs that I designed for the little ones.  These pieces should come in handy when you’re wrapping up your gorgeous holiday gifts and getting ready to send heartfelt thank you notes come January!  First, with the Book Fair at my son’s nursery school in mind, I designed this fun little bookmark for the young and young at heart.  I love this sweet leopard who peeks out at the top…

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…and who takes his responsibility of marking your page very seriously!  When I was a little girl, having a special bookmark made me feel very important.  So little has changed over the years!

Leopard_by_self

For the wise owl who knows that books make fabulous gifts…a set of book plates.

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And, for the mom who needs all the help she can get coaxing the kiddos to write their thank you notes…a blank canvas for expressing gratitude and other special sentiments (set of four cards and envelopes)!

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Card&Envelope

These items are available for purchase – TODAY – Thursday, December 12th at the First Presbyterian Church Nursery School Book Fair in Greenwich…along with the gift tags and note pads that I introduced at the MLIP event at Juliska last month.

Juliska

I can’t get enough of these playful gift tags at this time of year!

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Last but not least, if you are able to stop by the fabulous Fair (with a terrific selection of books and other fun gifts from Hoagland’s, Tangerine, Stella & Dot, & more!), be sure to pick up a few of my “Mother of the Year” cards for the ladies who make a strong push to the finish this month.  With all of the hard work, volunteerism, wrapping, decorating, baking, planning, shopping and doting that I see going on — I can certainly think of a few deserving recipients!

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If you aren’t in Greenwich but would like to get your paws on some of these products — then message me and I will cue the elves to deliver whatever it is that your little heart desires!

xo,

Cath



MERRY, MARY! DECK THE HALLS!
MERRY, MARY!
DECK THE HALLS!