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weekly wrap up + karolin schnoor animal cards

by Stephanie


I seriously cannot believe that Christmas is next week. I feel like I need another week or two to prepare, but whether I like it or not, the year is coming to a close. So as we gear up for our last week of content, I wanted to take a brief pause to thank you for all the sweet holiday emails and cards that have come our way. All of us here at Design*Sponge are so thankful for your kind words and your continued support. Thank you.



Before I close up shop for the weekend,* I wanted to share these beautiful animal cards from London-based illustrator Karolin Schnoor. Karolin created these beautiful cards that you can cut apart to create your own moveable animal card/toy (their arms and legs swing on brads). I love her drawing style and think these would be perfect to tie on top of a holiday gift. Click here to check them out in her shop and pick up an owl, squirrel, rabbit or fox ($5 each).

That’s it for today. We’ll be posting full, regular days next week through Thursday, so stay tuned for some great New Year’s party ideas and all sorts of fun content. Have a great weekend! xo, grace

*Come join us at the Brooklyn Flea if you’re in town this weekend! We’re doing holiday DIY classes and still have space in Amy Merrick’s wreath-making class!

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