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0 New Cards from Anemone Letterpress

Another stationery brand we missed in our National Stationery Show posts last week is Anemone Letterpress!  Their cards are always so colourful and fun!  We love the inspiration behind their wild monster cards (as explained in one of their instagram posts last week). Casa del Terror!  See more below:

And also going foil check out these in silver!

Visit Anemone Letterpress at anemoneletterpress.com.

0 New Gold + Copper Foil Cards from Sycamore Street Press

After our whirlwind round up of new cards we loved at the National Stationery Show last week, we noticed a few favorite designers were missed. Sycamore Street Press come to mind who have a beautiful new collection featuring their signature gold and (and now copper) foil designs in an array of wildlife and hand lettered sentiments.  Check them out!

See heaps more at Sycamore Street Press!


1 Weekend Projects | 20 Gorgeous DIYs to Try

Hi friends! A round-up of 20 gorgeous weekend projects up on the blog today!!! Happy Friday! Check them all out after the jump!


0 Father's Day DIY | Custom Photo Playing Cards

Giving a customized gift makes celebrating someone that more special and with Father's Day just around the corner, we thought it would be fun to make Dad some custom photo playing cards using images of some of his favorite things.  Lifeguarding comes to mind and so we dug back into our archives, and found the perfect ones!

0 House Proud With Dyson | Cleaning Up In a Hurry!

(This post is sponsored by Dyson Canada and the DysonV6 Absolute , a powerful cordless vacuum cleaner that tackles large debris to fine dust, carpets to hard floors. We've been a fan of Dyson for years and love that they've come out with this powerful cordless version. Thank you for supporting the brands that support Poppytalk.)

In every home there's a few places that everyone tends to avoid during cleaning patrol. High, hard to reach inset window ledges, awkward heating vents in the stairwell or even above the door. You know, the places where we say the grapes really are too high, and they would have been sour anyway, so we just kinda overlook them. But every once in a while —the coming of spring or when company comes, we really need to clean up those long lost places (and sometimes in a hurry)!