Checking in with Blabla...

I'm starting to think that every kid's gift I'll ever buy from here on out will be from Blabla. I just love everything they do - and they keep coming out with new, adorable things. How can I not love them so? 

The traveling play pads are part of their new Petit Home collection. Each one is super soft with incredible style. They come in a handful of sweet designs and are made of 100% cotton with a polyfill. The play pads are screenprinted by hand and are, as any mom or dad would love, machine washable. 

The Handkerchief bean bags are another new addition to the Blabla line and of course, the design is clever, thoughtful and inviting. These also have a handle for easy travel and each one has a removable, washable cotton cover. 


I just love you so Blabla. Lucky for us, they're an Atlanta based company and they have been incredibly generous to Sweet Peach. Brandy, from the Blabla office, is donating the giant monkey, above, for our upcoming auction on our Revival's opening night, July 5. (sign up here) Plus, we'll have a basket full of their knit dolls for sale that will make you ooh and ahh. I can't think of a better kid's gift. To be overwhelmed by adorable, peruse the entirety of their shop, here. Thanks Blabla.


Photos: Blabla Kids      Content: Sweet Peach

Rattles, Mobiles, Hats and Booties.... (And a Giveaway!)

Once you touch and see a Blabla Kids creation, your heart can't help but melt a bit. This company began when two friends, Flo Wetterwald and Susan Pritchett, took a trip to Peru. They fell in love with a group of community knitters they just happened to meet and decided to launch their own line of cuddly creations. Their goods are all made with the finest natural fibers and handknit by Peruvian artists. I love this Owl Dream Ring, which makes such a great gift for a new babe. 

Earlier this year, I blogged about their very popular knit dolls. Since then, they've expanded their offerings to include these adorable rattles.


Flo and Susan also expanded their line of clothing. Their hats and booties are just too sweet. They are many creatures and colors to choose from. If you're going to keep 'em warm this winter, may as well make 'em stylish...

Their line also includes blankets and pillows. (Rattles also featured here) What's great about Blabla is they are a no brainer for a kid gift. The quality is high, the design is top notch and the receivers are all too happy to receive...

Pop into their shop if you're in Atlanta or peruse their entire shop online here.


Photos: Blabla Kids    Content: Sweet Peach

Spring Finds

It makes me feel so good when I ask an artist to be a part of Sweet Peach and they say yes. So, in gratitude, I like to share their amazing creations as much as possible. These Spring Finds are from artists you've all seen before on Sweet Peach...but featuring some items that may be new or not yet seen. I love the colors and feel of the above print, Ruby Heart by Jessica Swift. Jessica embraces color and has an inspiring site to peruse...

If I could, I'd own 100 tea towels, most of which were created by Amy Stone over at Pony and Poppy. Jeanette Zeis' pottery is a regular feature on Sweet Peach as her cake stands are just incredible art pieces. The lovely garden shop, Sea and Asters offers these great pastel colored pods for your air plants...perfect for Spring. 

You may remember Laura Malek, who makes the most precious felted birds. Sugarboo Designs is behind this You Are My Sunshine pillow and Blabla Kids still creates the softest most adorable dolls, like Claire the Cow and Wooly the Sheep.

Just a few weeks ago, I featured Kristi Baker and her unique handcrafted journals. I recently perused her site again and found this new addition, called Spring Garden. It's beautifully made and one of a kind, so hurry up and buy it if you love it. 

Spring is a good time to start anew and buy a pretty print. Both Etsy shops, Flourish Cafe and Wicked Paper are experts at reminding you to smile. Click to find Rain Decor or the Be Silly print. Ellen from Visuaria emailed me yesterday and showed me some new artwork that I really love, which includes Different and Tropical Sunset. 

I'm a bit of a journal hoarder myself. I have way too many but I love them all equally. I'm always scribbling down ideas randomly and then of course, can't remember in which journal I wrote what. If I had this Thoreau moleskine journal via Subtle Acts, I may use it for my most thoughtful of thoughts... Leah Duncan's pocket notebook would be great for all my to-do lists...

Julia Farill of Redbird Ink recently sent me some Love & Joy letterpress notecards that I just adore. Now, she has some I Love You So So So So Much cards that are just as sweet. I just adore this flour sack size tea towel that's as beautiful as it is functional via Pony and Poppy. And Stacie Bloomfield makes some wonderful and colorful animal pillows, found here.


Photos: From respective shops     Content: Sweet Peach