ALONG THE WAY COLLECTION, JANE HADFIELD FOR PEBBLES
One of the latest collections to hit the web is this beauty called Along The Way
Designed by Jane Hadfield, who always tries to reflect in her collections how beautiful and special everyday life is, and this one was not going to be different.
The collection presents soft colors in pastel tones with a touch of color, delicate illustrations and beautiful phrases surrounded by flowers that allow you to document any moment of everyday life.
To celebrate the everyday, this weekend, we have prepared some delicious cookies with chocolate chips!!! They are great for breakfast or a snack, and the truth is that they do not last very long...
And as a little detail that accompanies the main gift, it seems ideal to us, so to celebrate a birthday at home, we have separated a few in a Mason Jar and we have decorated it using a pink lace , papers, stickers and decorations from the collection.
To pack the package we have also used a paper from the collection, which, although it costs a little more because it is thicker than the usual gift paper, is very beautiful.
To make it easier to fold, we have used a folder to mark the edges well and make sure that there is not much excess left, or otherwise it would be very difficult to pack the box.
For the discoloration we have used the strip of paper that is always cut because it is where the brand, reference, etc. comes from... but on the other side it was a "hello" dila that we found very usable.
A tag that we have cut from the paper of the collection where there are many with different designs and phrases, a sticker, a tweezer and the die cut of a doll that we love glued in 2D.
And since we still had a lot of decorations and stickers left, we decided to decorate some straws that we also placed in a Maso Jar.
And we have also added a decorated tag.
We like it so much that in a moment you can prepare a small celebration!
Many times we get excited about doing everything in a big way and we forget about the beauty of the little things.
This collection is intended for us to appreciate and enjoy them as much as we can, and we believe that it has succeeded, what do you think?