If it was Arts & Crafts, or anything directly related to the era, we knew about it. I'm not sorry my mother taught me this. So imagine my surprise when, on a recent shopping trip to Target (thinking I needed to create my own cleaning solution and look up that Swiffer Wet-Jet refill tutorial again because I am running out way too often,) I glance up to notice, Le Gasp!!!, Liberty of London printed everything!
I'd never forget to water the herbs and flower pots with this pretty watering can:
Look at the drool-worthy goodies from Liberty of London!
I think that's fine and dandy, but I like to see vibrant prints in smaller doses, and on little girls' clothing, especially:
Liberty of London for Target:
A cute home made dress created from coordinating William Morris calicoes:
Some beautiful William Morris or Liberty print fabric would be perfect made into little Kate Greenaway style dresses and pinafores:
And I think these adorable Douglas Co. stuffed animals, available in the kid's section of Barnes & Noble, would be a lovely compliment: