Posts Tagged ‘Hatley print’

January 3, 2011

Thank you

to


For a sweet post

about

Cabbages & Roses Hately print.

 

Visit Tinkered Treasures and help Elyse figure out what to do with her

Hately print fabric by commenting on her post.

xx

C & R

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December 28, 2010

Cabbages & Roses Japan

LINIERE in Japan, are giving away a lovely Cabbages & Roses bag, made with our Hatley printed cotton.

They have produced a charming television advertisement.


Best

C&R

December 24, 2010

Visit

Head over to Pretties and Poises for a great review of Christina’s  book on green housekeeping and share your own eco-friendly methods to maintaining a clean home.

Who knows, your tips might even even win you some goodies.

Good Luck

xx

C & R

November 16, 2010

Congratulations to the

giveaway winner

Sheri Miller

We hope you enjoy your new Cabbages & Roses Hatley napkins and tablecloth.

Also don’t forget to read Christina’s decor tips for the holidays!

 


xx

C&R

November 2, 2010

A huge Thank You to all that participated in our giveaway

and

Congratulations

to

Helen Cartwright,

our giveaway winner!

This is what Helen wrote.

 

We shall continue to have a giveaway every month

so please do keep checking our blog!

 

C&R

xx

 

 

October 28, 2010

Thank you to Amanda

@

for including Cabbages & Roses in her holiday entertaining post and giveaway. Amanda’s post is part of the Miss Bliss Decorating Workshop Train, a cross-promotion between 10 bloggers with wonderful festive ideas.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please click over to AB Home Interiors to view Amanda’s insightful and entertaining post, and enter to win the Hatley tablecloth and napkins used in her lovely tablescape.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

xo
C&R

September 23, 2010


In August Cabbages & Roses celebrated its first wedding, Kate Strutt married Christopher Howells.


We would like to thank Pennard Orchardfor so kindly lending us three beautiful tipis.  They set up three giant structures in the beautiful garden of Brook Cottage to act as temporary homes for the 12 bridesmaids, attendants, friends and Violet Buchanan who performed miracles with hair and make up.   It was a perfect and wholesome solution to lack of bed space in the house.

 

As one of the of the bridesmaids I snuggled up before, during and after all the festivities in one of the four beds in my tipi, dressed beautifully in Cabbages & Roses bedlinen and we were each given a set of bath towels in our Hatley print.

It was hands down the best camping experience I have ever had. Even the rain pattering gently on the canvas couldn’t put me off .

Rian,

Cabbage and bridesmaid xx