You might not be going to a festival this year – we hear you sista, not everyone likes camping, getting muddy or dirty porta-loos. So, why not create your own festival at home? Or at the park? Here are some great ideas to make your party feel like a mini festival all of your own!
If you’re going to a festival, you need some kit. We’re going to suggest the following as a starting point. After that? You’re on your own kid.
Today we’re going to show you some easy ways to express yourself. Whether it’s at a festival, garden party or just an impromptu gathering down the park – even a picnic is an excuse to let your hair down and get dressed up! It’s all about the bants.
We’re giving away one of these amazing Festival Survival Kits complete with grass filled gift box!
Be the envy of your friends and turn heads with this beautiful paper flower crown, for a bespoke and uniquely you accessory. This easy to follow guide comes with free downloadable templates to create this must-have festival adornment – let’s do this…
We’ve rounded up our Top 5 Fave Festival Bags to take you from day to night and hopefully back to the tent… well, if you can find it!
Festival season is upon us and it’s time to pick a side. What’s your festival tribe?
Today begins our very own Festival! For the next week we will be bringing you our Top Festival Picks – from bags and accessories, a tutorial on how to make paper flower crowns, competitions and so much more! Literally everything you need to go wild at Glasto and Co. Woo hoo!
Ah, Dads. We love them, we really do, but what on earth do you buy them? Even Mum is no help. They may want a hammer drill, but we can’t bring ourselves to go and get one. Instead, why not try some of these?
We’re so excited about going to see Jurassic World! We’ve literally been going WILD over it. As such, our buyers have been working on a dinosaur range to tide us over until its release.
We teamed up with the super talented artist, Tim Armstrong, to create a colourful animation celebrating our range of Spectrascope paper. Tim takes us behind the scenes and shows us how he created the video from conception to completion.