Monthly roundup : September 2018

A start of a new blog series! I don't know about you but I love having a regular blog series to read every month.

Starting from today I'll be doing a little blog post recap over my month with lots of links to things I've loved and done over the past 4.5 weeks.

So without further ado, let's get started!

4 Photos I Loved



My new button badges | My sister's two cats | Repurposing some damaged greeting cards | My Sugar and Sloth Pin Club box


3 Things I Found Interesting

I loved this video of baggage handlers at Heathrow dancing a tribute to Freddie Mercury on what would have been his 72nd birthday! Did you know he used to work there?

These images of a neon lit Tokyo are absolutely stunning and makes me definitely want to go back!

Tiny new seahorses have been found off the coast in Japan (and yes, I know the article is from August but I love it so much I had to share). I think they're absolutely beautiful! 


2 Items I Bought From Indie Businesses



After having followed Leslieannmadeit's 100 Day Project journey for two years running when she released limited edition prints of her giant critters poster she made I was all over it! It's now got pride of place on my office wall and I love it so much!


Leslie Ann also did a little promo (and you guys know, I'm a sucker for a promo!) so I picked up the button badges I had my eye on for a while. These little guys are going straight on my backpack to join my animal crew for autumn markets! 

1 Project I Got Done

After much umm-ing and ahh-ing about what to do with some of my giant greeting cards (long story short, make sure you read the dimensions of any new products carefully!) I decided to cut the backs off so I could use them as thank you cards for orders! I think they look super cute and would be great to pop on walls or cork boards!


How cute would these be on the wall?

That's it for September! It was a nice month of a bit of a break between those summer markets and the festive season. But I'm raring to go and itching to get back out there for October! 

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