Have you ordered your 2016 Calendars yet?

I have just finished updating the desk Calendars and there are also a few new designs to choose from for 2016.

These desk Calendars are very popular every year and I love the fact that they are in jewel cases which act as a stand and house the Calendar cards when closed. Everyone adores the little mini size which hardly take up any desk space and make for great stocking fillers.

Open a Christmas Heart every Day up until Santa arrives!

I have fond memories as a child of advent calendars and the surprise element of not knowing what lay behind these little doors was magical for me and my little brother.

I have designed an alternative to the traditional advent calendar - Advent Boxes! This festive red and white design of a dove, leaf swirls and snowflakes will also create a lovely decorative element in your home at Christmastime.

Give Someone a Christmas Heart This Year

'Tis the Season and I have been busy designing Christmas heart gift boxes and tags as a special free gift for my subscribers.

These are pdf printables and all you need to make them is a printer, scissors, hole punch and some festive twine or thin ribbon.

Lorikeets help raise funds for the National Wildlife Federation

 A while ago I donated this photograph called "Canoodling in the Rain", of a pair of wild rainbow lorikeets grooming each other to the National Wildlife Federation.

I was thrilled to be informed that it has been shortlisted to appear in the 2015 Wall Calendars and my photograph adorns the cover of the large calendar and has been selected for the month of September in the mini wall calendar which is very cute.

Cushions and Coasters - New Homewares in the Shop

I am thrilled to introduce a new range of homewares in the Oz Wildlife Studio Shop in time for Christmas which is just around the corner. These products are printed in the United States and currently only available to customers in the US.

Printable Halloween Stationery Party Pack

I have fond memories of Halloween as a child living in Scotland and it was a more traditional affair back then with dunking for apples and actually having to sing, recite poetry or tell jokes to receive our treats.

This little Darwin clings on to his Mate

Sadly, this little fellow became orphaned when tree fellers east of Melbourne failed to notice a mother and joey koala.The tiny koala named "Darwin" was only 2 months old, weighed only 250 grams and no bigger than his fluffy toy companion, miraculously survived the fall but his mother was not so fortunate.
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