Tuesday 27 October 2015

We have a name!

Wow - thanks for all your entries to our 'name the geese' competition.  It was a difficult decision but we have a winner....drum roll.....GOOSEY and LUCY, as suggested by crafty_anne.  Well done Anne, please contact Carol to claim your prize. The geese have now been named on our website here.

Look what's NEW at Little Claire....

Falling Daisies

Floating Butterflies

Floating Dandelions

Nice 'n' Stripey
These cheery new paper packs are available in both 14cm x 14cm and dinky size 8cm x 8cm. We think you're going to love them - grab 'em quick before they go. For your chance to win your favourite pack enter our cheeky little competition at the end of this blog post.

More exciting news, we're on the front cover of Simply Homemade magazine - look...

Yes, that's our Dinkies 3 Cheers for Christmas Snowmen stamp on the front.  The card was designed by lovely Lynsey Warren from our design team and there are 3 more of her card projects inside the magazine. Simply beautiful.

Now for that competition. Just tell us which is your favourite of the new paper packs.  Three winners will be selected at random and announced Tuesday 3rd November. Be in it to win it!

That's all for now, have a happy day today :)

The Little Claire Team xxx


  1. Hi to everyone at Little Claire

    I like them all but I think I could use the stripey pad the most. Well done for getting your ad on the Simply Homemade mag.
    Happy Crafting Love Kay x

  2. These are all lovely but my favourite has to be the floating butterflies. How pretty is that?!!

  3. Oh gosh - you do make it hard to choose, don't you? These new packs would all be so useful, but if I was backed into a corner, I think I would choose the falling daisies - or maybe the butterflies - or perhaps the dandelions....! Nope, it's just too hard to decide.

  4. falling daisies would be favourite what lovely cards i could make with them
    mary xx

  5. I must have them all !!! My favourite is floating dandelions as they would go so well with all the flower stamps I have. I am already designing cards with those backgrounds in mind ,in particular using Dinkies Poppies stamp .

  6. They are all gorgeous but Floating Dandelions is my favourite

  7. Gosh difficult to choose as they are all so lovely, but I'm coming down on the Floating Dandelions as favourite, Kate x

  8. I like them all but if I have to choose it would be the Floating Dandelions!

  9. Such lovely new paper packs - so difficult to choose a favourite. It will have to be 'Floating Dandelions'.
    Thanks for another fab giveaway!

  10. its a tough choice but i think falling daisies xx

  11. I love them all, but I am a big fan of butterflies, so floating butterflies.
    I have my finger crossed.
    Valerija xx

  12. Brilliant names and many congratulations Anne enjoy your stamp.........all papers are simply gorgeous but my choice is Floating Dandelions thank you for the chance to take part x

  13. Hedgehog_m@yahoo.co.uk27 October 2015 at 21:10

    They are all lovely but I think the butterfly's are my favourite.

  14. Love them all, and will have them all, LOL...my favourite by just a smidgen, is the Butterfly papers. Thank you for a chance to win. xxx

  15. pretty names for the geese.
    What nice that your stamps on the front of the magazine. What good!
    What a beautiful papers, also the colours. so bright.
    Thank you for this chance.
    I find the stripes beautifully.
    kind regards. Dora

  16. All of them are gorgeous. I love the floating dandelions. They remind me of when I was young ( think I still remember that far back!) Congratulations on getting on the front page of the magazine.
    Karen xx

  17. Hard choice but falling daisies is my pick!

  18. Hard choice as they all have so much potential but falling daisies is my pick!

  19. The floating daniloons are great looking. So flexible and so many potential uses. They could be used accross the spectrum.

  20. When given a choice of the 3, I'd pick the butterflies since we have warm weather where I live year round. They're all so pretty, though, that I would love all of them!