22 December 2010

Merry (early) Christmas!

Tomorrow morning we're off to Toowoomba for Christmas with John's family, followed by Coffs Harbour next week with my grandparents. I doubt there will be much blogging taking place during that time, and I'm certainly not organised enough to have scheduled posts in advance.

So, instead of my posts, how about reading some of these Christmassy blogs instead?!

Tracey at Quiet Paws has been posting a few Christmas-related treats this week (including an adorable washi tape bow tutorial and pictures of her handmade cards).

Images: Quiet Paws

Charlotte over at Lottie Loves has been profiling very pretty gift wrap and cards as well as other Christmas goodies.
Image: Country Living via Lottie Loves

Image: Nice Package Gift Tags via Lottie Loves

And, finally, Julie from Olive & Joy has just launched her online pop-up store in preparation for the 'real' thing coming soon! It might be a little late to buy something in time for Christmas, but there are some fabulous gift ideas nevertheless. I am hiding my credit card from myself... now.
Image: Olive & Joy

Happy Christmas to all my lovely Flying Ducks readers!


  1. Happy Christmas to you too! I'm just literally sat down for a 5 minute procrastination from wrapping. My loud and colourful kids wrapping has nothing on the lovely images you've shown. I've made a promise to myself to be better in this department next year. Olive and Joy has looks to be an amazing new shop. Have a great time away in Toowoomba and Coffs. Look forward to all the latest from Flying Ducks in 2011! Sonia :) Break over... wrapping resuming...

  2. I never knew newspaper could look so good as wrapping

    Have a terrific Christmas Kylie! xx

  3. Thanks for including my little Christmas projects ... I'm staying away from Olive & Joy too (at least for the moment) ... That's a store with *dangerous* written all over it! ;)

    Merry Christmas Kylie ... I hope you have fun in Toowoomba and Coffs!! :D

  4. Hi Kylie, thanks for mentioning my store :)

    Hope your Christmas was lovely.


  5. It was lovely meeting you in 2010. I wish you all the very best for a Fabulous New Year. xx