Little Cloud – whimsical cushions and nursery decor

Cloud mobiles

Having a baby can sometimes bring out the craft talents in mums. Granted, they don’t always have time to sew, paint and sketch. But when they do – look out!

French mum Claire felt her passion for creating surge when she was expecting her first baby. She has been sewing since she was five and always had a love of English fabric brand Liberty. And it’s easy to see why.

Claire, who now lives in England, opened her Etsy store Little Cloud just two months ago and it’s already taking off.

Star cushion - pink daisies

Her handmade star cushions are divine. They come in a range of Liberty floral prints so they can easily be used to decorate a boy or girl’s room. I particularly like the bright pinks and greens in this Daisy and Poppy print, which has a white and silver design on the reverse. They start at $43.50.

Rabbit blue

The rabbit cushions are similarly cute. The larger ones cost $45.30, while the minis are $21.75.

Little Cloud makes matching star garlands or cloud mobiles in the fabric of your choice. Just the perfect touches to delicately co-ordinate a nursery.

Mobile

Chose from mobiles that hang from a wooden hoop or ones that simply hang from a string fastened to the wall. The mobiles start at $45.30.

Highchair cushion

Little Cloud also makes sweet highchair cushions. Not only do they look pretty, but the oilcloth cotton is easily wiped clean so there’s no need to worry about stains. At $88.80, they are a great way to keep bub stylishly comfortable during meal times.

Bunting

There’s also personalised name garlands and felt bunting in traditional triangles, circles and stars.  They start at $18.12.

Little Cloud ships its whimsical creations to Australia and Claire is happy to take custom orders.

 

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