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    Get Buzzing over Insect Goodies

    Get Buzzing over Insect Goodies

    Whether you're fascinated by them or terrified of them, bugs and insects can be found wherever you go. But, as the little creepy crawlers come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, their unique patterns and colours can make for some great inspiration for homeware, don't you think?

    So perhaps letting these glorious goodies come buzzing into your home wouldn't be such a bad thing..

    From Emma Bridgewater and Gisela Graham to Frugi and East of India, there are lots of brands in Daisy Park that feature pretty little creatures. Most common is of course the incredibly popular Bumblebee, which we are all for because they are undeniably cute.

    We're also loving the Emma Bridgewater butterflies and bugs range. The Chilly's bottle in this design is a personal favourite of ours, as but there are lots of gorgeous butterfly designs from other brands too. Such as the Eco Chic bags and coffee cups, and even some of the Djeco kids toys.

    PICS: Eco Chic butterflies, kids stuff?

    Even East of India can bring some bugs life into their products. These bits make for some lovely gifts if you know anyone who loves bees or butterflies, aren't they just the cutest?

    So if you or someone you care about has a love for all things insects, then perhaps some of these goodies will be something for you or them to get buzzing with excitement over. Normally we might try to get these creatures out of our homes, but these ones we might just have to let live here for a while..

    Bee Happy, Bee Kind

    Bee Happy, Bee Kind

    Is that a buzzing we hear? Maybe it's the upcoming World Bee Day on the 20th May..

    With the warmer seasons come the bugs, beetles and little buzzy friends like the much-loved bumblebee, and we've got plenty of them printed on many of our products all over the shop at the moment. So we thought with World Bee day also on the way, we'd put together some of our favourite bits right now for any fellow bee lovers out there.

    The Emma Bridgewater Bumblebee range has been a popular one ever since it first came out last year. We love the vibrancy of it and the fact that you can mix and match it with some of the other collections like the buttercup pieces. We particularly love the Bee Kind mug at the moment for it's simple yet important message to remember now and forever. Plus our most recent addition is the Chilly bottles Bumblebee print we're very excited about!

    Erstwilder's newest goodies are also buzzing with vibrancy and beauty if you ask us. The Babette Bee collection is just adorable, and the bag would make for such a lovely gift for anyone who is a big lover of the little creature.

    Outside of these main collections, there's plenty of little bumblebee friends to be spotted all over our shop. From the Jellycat bashful bee, the Gisela Graham mini jugs and mugs, to even making some appearances on some sentimental pieces from East of India. 

    One thing that's a common theme in all of these lovely products is the message of being kind and being true to oneself. Despite the irresistible pun that they all make, the sentiment behind them is also important to remember. We hope these goodies bring you a bit of joy and don't forget to 'bee' kind!

    Easter Treats

    Easter Treats

    We adore Easter. It's our favourite time of year here at Daisy Park because we get to decorate the shop with bright and colourful decorations. This year, the Easter celebrations we can have must be small and outside only, but why not go all out for it? After all, we missed last years, so get those decorations out and tidy up your gardens for an egg hunt, because Easter is on and here's the inspiration you need to get ready.

    The tradition of sending a card has had a real comeback over the past year, and we feel it's become a real part of people's lives again, which we love. For those special people you won't be seeing this Easter, send them some hope and well wishes for the time of new beginnings in a gorgeous card.

    The Easter tree has become a staple decoration in many homes in recent years. And each year it seems the range of decorations gets more and more gorgeous with more to choose from. As usual, we've got plenty of loveliness by Gisela Graham; from traditional rabbits and eggs, to wooden pigs and wool beehives that all add a touch of cuteness to your home.

    Emma Bridgewater knows how to make storing your Easter chocolate look delightful. The medium egg tins are traditional and timeless, and will keep hold of your chocolate happily until eaten. They make for a great addition to a gift if you're posting eggs this year, just pop one in the tin for a bit of extra protection with some added loveliness.

    Jellycat probably has a toy for every occasion and we simply love it. Their Spring collection has got lots of lovely Easter cuties, including adorable chicks, ducklings, lambs and bunnies. These would also make for a great little gift alternative if you don't fancy giving the little ones too much chocolate this year.

    Finally, for the tea and hot cross buns in the garden, get really into the Easter spirit and serve them on some seasonal tableware. Whether it's the Emma Bridgewater Bumblebee range, or Spring flowers with the Gisela Graham mini bits, it'll be sure to make it feel that little bit more seasonal.

     

    Despite everything, there's no reason you can't get your home looking like a Springtime dream this Easter, even if it's just for the sake of a new season shake up. It's a wonderful time of year to welcome new beginnings and better times (particularly this year). So whether you will be celebrating in the garden with a small group, or simply staying safe with a hot cross bun or two to yourself, we hope you manage to enjoy some of the joyful anticipation that Easter brings with it.