Happy flipping Pancake Day!

February 21, 2012

Wall prints for Pancake Day? Why not? I love yellow. I love lemons. I love Pancake Day and I love these prints brought to you from Etsy

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From the top: 1 & 3. Amanda Katherine Designs 2. Lajlaj – Small Cute Things 4. Freya Art 5. Eco Print. 

Hope you’re all stocked up on eggs, milk and flour. What’s your favourite topping? If you’re stuck for ideas why not try this buttermilk with lemon syrup pancake recipe as seen on Housetohome.  – Alice

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Whippet Grey has just announced it’s stocking 1950s botanical charts from German educational printer, Hagemann:

Our obsession with all things scientific and Natural-History-related continues. Check out the zoological charts at Hagemann, too, with skeletons and organs – creepy!

Each chart is 120cm x 85cm, so nice and big. Perfect for bringing a bit of muesum-chic to your home! – Ellie

What do you get when you cross a tea towel with a striking tree-themed piece of modern art? A tree towel of course, as designed by Paul Farrell and stocked at Rockett St George. It all looks a bit Blair Witch but it’s the latest trend…

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At £60 each, they’re way too posh to actually use when you wash up, but HEY, they look spectacular.  And you could always frame one! Or go for the postcards, which are £13.75 for a pack of six, and frame them instead.

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Paul Farrell‘s work is well worth checking out – I love his little bird designs and gorgeous silhouette wall stickers. Seeing his little badges makes me want to buy a badge making machine, £8 from Cox and Cox, and make some with my own designs.

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Paul joins Lindsay Marsden AKA The Black Rabbit, John Dilnot and friends in my folder of Great British artists! – Ellie

Check out these new retro slogan prints from our old favourite the Keep Calm Gallery. Being a Grease fanatic, I’ve got my eye on the ‘AWOPBOPALOOBOP AWOPBAMBOOM!’ one…

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What an appropriately jolly word for a sunny day like today! – Ellie