Here’s something to keep your little ones busy for a while… Get your pens, pencils, glitter, tissue paper and anything else you can think of at the ready for our Easter craft competition.
Click on the pictures to choose their favourite, print and let them get creative! Once finished, take a picture and head over to Facebook to enter.
You’ve got until midnight Monday (2ndApril 18) to get their entries in. We’ll choose one lucky winner after the closing date who we’ll send a
£50 gift voucher to spend at Wild & Gorgeous and some chocolatey Easter treats too!
All usual competition T&C’s apply. More information can be found here.
Join us in our shops this Saturday to make a beautiful Mother’s Day card and also enjoy 15% off our Spring Summer collection IN STORE on the day …
The event will take place between 11am and 5pm, in both Wild & Gorgeous shops, see here for more details
Can’t make it to the event?
Here is how you can create your own adorable Mother’s Day card at home …
Sign Language I LOVE YOU Card
First of all you can download all our pattern papers here
If you don’t have a printer, not to worry, ask your little ones to colour a piece of paper on both sides. They can create a beautiful polka dot pattern one side and a heart pattern on the other and colour them in using felt tip pens or crayons. And then follow the steps below…
GOOD TO KNOW: This “I love you” sign is a combination of the American Sign Language (ASL) letters I, L, and Y.
Happy Mother’s DAY!!!
Bold, brash, bright crayola colours are saturating the Spring Summer 2018 collections. Its a fabulous way to celebrate the end of winter and the joyous birth of spring. The annual Indian Hindu Holi Festival does exactly that every year. Also known as the ‘Festival of Colours’ the rituals include people throwing coloured powders at each other in the streets, parks and temples.
Traditionally, washable natural plant-derived colours such as turmeric, neem, dhak, and kumkum were used, but water-based commercial pigments are increasingly used. All colours are used.
Everyone in open areas such as streets and parks is game, but inside homes or at doorways only dry powder is used to smear each other’s face. People throw colours and get their targets completely coloured up. It is like a water fight but with coloured water. People take delight in spraying coloured water on each other. By late morning, everyone looks like a canvas of colours. This is why Holi is given the name “Festival of Colours”.