Sponsor Shout Outs: Merci May

Our beautiful sponsors not only help keep this blog running, but offer some pretty awesome things that we love to share with you!

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Lisa Leonard is such an amazing woman. I really admire her creativity, her talented designs, her passion for her family… Her jewellery has such a unique, handmade look and you know you’re paying for a quality product. I love to window shop the Sale section, and this wildflower necklace caught my eye – Japan is currently blooming with spring flowers everywhere, a riot of colours, shapes and sizes!

Handmade Kids not only is a directory for all things handmade for kids (duh!), but offers a range of things for sale themselves, including adorable magnets and also this beautiful Bespoke magazine – with free postage within Australia!

Anne from Domesblissity not only shares delicious recipes, but offers food for the mind too. Anne blogs about the kinds of recipes and household tips that are accessible to everyone regardless of budget and skills. She recently competed in the Grand Final of the Gourmet Garden Blogging Cook Off with contestants from around Australia and the world! So Anne knows what she’s talking about.

Kell from Mad Mummas  shares the ups and downs of motherhood, the tips she’s learnt along the way, recipes she’s making and other bits from her life. If you’re looking for some great gift ideas for new mums and bubs, Kell has a great set of reviews so you can know how they really work for a real mum!

If you want to top up your quilting skills for the Modern QAL, check out Craftsy’s quilting classes! I am enrolled in so many as I love their platform – fantastic video quality, personal interaction with the instructors, and the class materials are so detailed.

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Alyce (226 Posts)

Living in Japan, Alyce spends her days mothering 2 little monkeys, quilting, blogging at Blossom Heart Quilts, and revelling in the fabrics of Japan!


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  1. Thanks so much for the lovely Shout-out 🙂

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