Discover the Super Cute World of Freckleface
freckleface is a happy little company based in Nottingham (a stone’s throw from Card & Gift Blog’s home in Leicestershire). In the not-always sunny climes of the Midlands freckleface design greetings cards, prints cushions and mugs to bring a light, happy feeling to even the most grey & miserable day.
In the past the blog has featured frecklface’s greeting cards so it’s great to have a brand new line of gifts added to the freckleface collection.
I love these big mugs with their cute freckleface designs. The brightly coloured designs wrap the whole way round the mugs to ensure every inch is covered with the cheerful illustration. Mugs retail at £10 or $16 (USD).
The next items in the gift ware collection is a group of cushion designs. There’s a fabulous global feel to the designs, which include Spanish Senorita, Swiss Milkmaid, Japanese Geisha and Russian Balalaika Player. Each of the adorable characters is kitted out in traditional dress & the detailed designs even include their very own dwelling; Sagrada Familia, Chalet, Pagoda and a Russian Palace are each depicted in the corners of the cushions.
Retailing at £25 or £40 (USD) the cushion covers are cotton canvas, with a bright red back.
Our final pictures are from the freckleface collection of prints. The mini artworks start life as a collage, which has some pretty additions via computer and finally a print is taken of the finished piece. Each one is printed on heavyweight archival matte paper.
Add border and frame and you have a beautiful, original gift idea. freckleface prints are available in a variety of designs; my personal favourite is The Little Donkey (shown below) so you can choose which will make the most appealing gift. Prints are £15 or $25 (USD).
Picking up your very own freckleface goodies could not be simpler. Designer Tania has made thing super easy with Etsy, Folksy and NOTHS stores. And if right now you want to find out more about freckleface visit their website and go see the original Card & Gift Blog article.