So i was really tempted to be cheesy and title this post "Hoppy Easter" but then i decided that was the worst idea of all time....however i guess the fact that i've written about it kinda means that this is entitled "Hoppy Easter" after all...... ANYWAY!
Inspired by our Bunny garland in the window, these cards would make anyone smile on Easter Sunday, and if they don't....well they're wrong innit.
After what seems to have been a long jewellery drought, this week we've seen lots of new jewels shimmering in the cabinets of ruby blue once again.
Below is a small selection of the new brooches, a nice accessory to make your clothes even more beautiful.
Below are two of my favourite new necklaces that now reside in the alluring jewellery cabinet.
The Glass one is a real treat, what i love about it is how heavy it is, the photograph really doesn't do it justice, the same to be said about the completely stunning silver and diamonte ditty, perfect for a special occasion, whap on that LBD and dazzle everyone with your pretty neck.
[Much more new jewellery in stock now!]
What a treat these 1940s/1950s Compact Mirrors are.
It's also been a while since we've had Compact Mirrors in stock, but a welcome return i think, especially the little doggies, cheeky little scamps that they are.
Make your friends jealous and powder your nose in style when you're out and about this weekend.
[Plus the powdery make-up smells like an ultimate dream].
Email, text, facebook etc etc.... technology is taking away all personality when getting in touch with people.
I'm a true believer in mail being the nicest way to contact loved ones and letting them know you're thinking of them. The whole process of buying/making the card, writing in it, licking the envelope, writing on the address, sticking on the stamp and dropping it into the mail box is a labour of love and will never be beaten by the boring contemporary contacting methods.
The charming cards above are sure to brighten up anyone's mail pile.
Do the right thing and make someone smile this weekend.
Ruby Blue first opened it's doors in late 2007 and has been providing the beatiues of Carlisle with jurassic threads ever since.
In 2011 we relocated and downsized, joining the Carlisle Antique Center family. Come and say hello!