Friday, 25 July 2014

21 Water Lily Gifts for the Home

The Water Lily is the Birth Month Flower for July.

But my 'Lily Pond' collection includes all sorts of wonderful ideas for gifts for the home that will be welcomed by anyone who loves floral patterns, whatever the time of year -

Lily Pond Espresso Mug

Lily Pond Glass Cutting Board

Lily Pond Bathroom Set

Lily Pond Bone China Mug to Personalize

Lily Pond - Aqua Clock

Lily Pond Pendant Lampshade

Lily Pond Square Wall Clock

 Lily Pond Table Lamp

Lily Pond Cloth Placemat
Lily Pond Ringer Mug

Lily Pond Lumbar Pillow
Water Lilies, Dragonflies Lumbar Pillow, Cushion

 Lily Pond Chili Bowl

Lily Pond Set of Cloth Napkins 

Lily Pond Set of Cork-backed Coasters 

Lily Pond Teapot 

Lily Pond Small Pitcher or Jug 


I'm adding more of the matching patterns every day
See the whole
Home & Fashion Collection


Friday, 11 July 2014

The Water Lily - the July Birth Month Flower

The Birth Month Flower for July is the Water Lily. 

So if you're stuck for an original idea for a July birthday card or gift that will make someone feel special, one of these might be just what you need -

While many of the cards come with a particular family relation mentioned on the front cover, here's one that you can personalise yourself - 

July Birthday Cards

(Can also be shipped from the UK)

And if you want to take the Birth Month Flower theme a step further, here are some gifts with Water Lilies - and plenty of space if you want to add a name or initials!

Water Lilies 
(and Lilypads)
Cards and Cases

Friday, 4 July 2014

Greeting Cards for Ramadan

Last weekend the blessed month of Ramadan began.

And when that month comes to an end, Muslims worldwide will celebrate Eid.

Most of us know that Ramadan is the month when Muslims fast during daylight hours and that, at the end of the month, they celebrate the festival, Eid-al Fitr. 

But did you know that fasting is only one aspect of Ramadan? During this special month, Muslims are also called to extra prayers, to study and reflect on the Qur'an, to repent, to show kindness and to make generous donations to charities?

So it may not always seem quite appropriate for a Ramadan Greeting Card to bear the words, 'Happy Ramadan!' It seems somehow to trivialise this important part of the Muslim calendar. But 'Ramadan Mubarak' can be translated as, 'Ramadan Greetings' and 'Ramadan Kareem' literally means, 'Generous Ramadan' 

So, with that in mind, here is a selection of Greeting Cards for Ramadan:


This is just a small selection of my 
Eid and Ramadan
Greeting Cards
to see the full range