Grab a cup of hot cocoa and take a moment to explore my holiday fabric and home decor collection. Christmas, for me, is wrapped up in the smell of fir and cinnamon, and the sight of holiday lights and candles burning bright. Breathe it all in and allow the magic glow of childhood to color your view.
This mini collection is a gathering of cherished winter traditions. Each design was created to evoke a sense of yesteryear, with just a bit of playfulness. While one are two are emphatically old-fashioned Christmas, the remainder of the prints were intended to endure the entire winter season. Ice skating party, anyone? Toss a pillow on the sofa, set your holiday table, or create a cozy quilt – all things, that at a glance, remind you to embrace the season and find peace in the little things.
Furoshiki is the Japanese tradition of using fabric to wrap presents. So lovely! Use a scarf or tea towel and you have a two-in-one gift. It is a wonderfully sustainable option to paper and bows.
I may be a little prejudice, but I think the “Christmas Florist” print from the Shiny + Brite collection is perfect for this festive task.