My First Easter Gift Wrap Collection: Easter Bunnies And Egg Painting
The cold, dark months seem to come to an end and nature seems to spring into action.
I designed the pattern in two colourways, pastel blue for the softer spring aesthetic and red in reference to the lucky colour celebrated in Chinese culture.
Within the pattern I've added daffodils to celebrate the bloom of new life in nature at this time of year with the stars and planets to symbolise the lunar new year.
For my second pattern I decided to design a more playful print inspired by easter egg painting, with the boldest and brightest colour palette.
With a mixture of child like scribbles and various themes each egg has it's own character. I hope when you look at it you can connect with which egg you would have designed for your egg painting challenge or even find inspiration.
Each card has a luxurious glossy finish and comes with a vibrant pink envelope. The wrapping paper comes as a high quality sheet of A2 paper folded to A5 with a matte finish, easy to write on.
As always, I really hope you like this collection. Let me know in the comments which is your favourite and if there's anything you'd like me to design for next years easter collection.
You can shop the full collection here.