Any reader of my blog will know by now that I love nature. I especially love butterflies and dragonflies – takes me back to my youth and chasing after them with my butterfly net.
Have you heard of Little Pea and Bertie? Their website is definately worth looking at.
Little Pea and Bertie offers whimsical nursery prints, contemporary kids art, typography and Rock The Lobster design range which encompasses photography, digital art and pattern to ensure a strong statement artwork . Many of the designs can be personalised all of which would make a wonderful addition to any room.
I was thrilled when Little Pea and Bertie sent me one of their beautiful prints recently. It was wrapped so nicely it would have been ideal for a present.
I unwrapped the package and found this wonderful mounted print …..
It’s from the Rock the Lobster Design collection and is called Techno Butterfly. You can imagine just how much I love it.
I just need to get it framed now so it can take pride of place in my bedroom – I don’t need to worry about the vibrant colours fading as …..
Our Giclée prints are produced on large format professional printers all pigment editions. This printing technique offers the highest quality and most fade proof printing available. We only use genuine pigment inks that are lightfast for up to 100 years.
When I showed Monkey this print, he wanted to put it up in his bedroom next to his (actually mine but I’ve lost that too) butterfly collection, but just for once I’m going to be totally selfish and keep it for myself!
Little Pea and Bertie offer some great personalised artwork for nursery’s and children’s bedrooms in general, along with ranges to suit us grown-ups. Print prices range from £19-£55 depending on item and size required and there is an option for mounting too.
Actually I’m really taken with their compliments slip too – think that might end up in a frame too.
I’m off to pick up some frames at the end of the week …….
What do you think? I’m very happy 🙂
disclaimer: I was sent this print for the purpose of review, my comments however, remain my own honest thoughts.