I'm very excited that Happy Cactus Designs will be taking part in Brit + Co.'s Re:Make Austin event May 3rd and 4th. The event will be held at the Palmer Events Center near downtown. You can register for free here. There will be plenty of other artists on site selling their goods, as well as demos and discussions.
I'm so excited to share brand new hand-drawn stationery sets and greeting cards for spring and summer! I plan on blogging about the backstories behind particular individual products over the next few weeks. For now, enjoy these images of some of the latest goods from Happy Cactus Designs!
I've also just published a brand new wholesale catalog for retailers. While Happy Cactus is taking this year off from the National Stationery Show, I'm eager to share the new goods with retailers. If you are a brick and mortar shop interesting in learning more about partnering with Happy Cactus, email me at hello[at]happycactudesigns.com and I'll share more information with you. Is there a local shop in your neighborhood where you'd love to see Happy Cactus products? I'd love for you to share its name with me below!
I'm very excited that Happy Cactus Designs will be taking part in the Etsy Dallas Spring Bash this Saturday in Dallas. I'll be there alongside Dixie Goods Company and will be bringing a ton of brand new products, as well as Mother's Day and graduation cards. The Jingle Bash this past winter was such a fun event, so I'm really looking forward to this spring affair! Fingers crossed that the weather will be perfect!
I use a variety of ceramic containers for the various pens and pencils I have on my desk. If I was looking to splurge, though, one of these wood or brass numbers would be on the top of my list. Here's my top five pencil cups.
My old school generic Swingline stapler works like a champ, but I'd love to upgrade it to something a little bit more fun or modern. Here are my top five picks.
Springtime means getting my hands on a new batch of cacti and succulents for the yard. Here are some fun and functional tiny planters I came across that are perfect for these new plants.
From Wind and Willow Home
From Flip & Tumble
From West Elm