Tag Archives: christmas

Happy holidays!

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It’s the summer holidays here in Australia, and we are about to go the beach for two weeks, so I would like to wish you all happy holidays and a very good 2014!

My Etsy shop will stay open but all orders will be shipped on January 5th, 2014. To make up for the waiting time, use coupon code HAPPY2014 for a 15% discount!

Take care,
Linda

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Merry Christmas!

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My dear readers,

I’m taking a short blogging holiday to spend some quality time with my family and our good friends. In true Aussie style we’ll celebrate Christmas at the beach!

I wish you a happy holiday season and hope to see you back here in January 2013!

Take care,
Linda

November Newsletter


The Blue Jacaranda November Newsletter was sent out last week –  to read it click here. Don’t forget that by signing up for the newsletter (via the tab above or use the link in the sidebar to the right) you automatically go in the draw to win a beautiful Blue Jacaranda prize each month. This month you can win this original art card (10×4 inch / 25 x 10 cm) – I used the seed pod of a Poinciana tree as a stamp to create the fabric on the front. At the back is plain muslin, so you can write a message with a gel pen or Sharpie. The card is finished with a satin stitch in silver metallic thread.
This could be a unique Christmas card for someone special, or a small art piece for yourself!

Take care,
Linda

Newsletter

Today I spent most of my time writing the very first Blue Jacaranda Newsletter and setting up a mailing list. I plan to send it out once a month so as not to clog up inboxes. If you subscribe you will automatically go in the draw to win a beautiful Blue Jacaranda prize each month. This month the prize is a set of three Burlap Christmas Cards (see photo) with a text of your choice (in a language of your choice)!

In the newsletter I will tell you about what’s going on at Blue Jacaranda – including new items in the shop, where I hang out, and other things I think you might like to see.To read the first newsletter click here.You can subscribe on that page as well, or go to the Newsletter tab at the top of this page.

Take care,

Linda