Work At Home Mum ~ Spotty Owl Designs

When I started “My Pigeon Pair”  I featured a lot of work at home businesses.  Time has got away from me and life is sooo busy but today I want to MAKE time to introduce a new business and blog that has popped up on our radar.

Spotty Owl Designs.

In the words of Spotty Owl Designs creator Laura.

“Spotty Owl Design is a WA-based business providing gorgeous handmade items to businesses and homes across Australia. Established in February 2011, Spotty Owl Design has already supplied over 100m of bunting to corporate clients but the most popular item is absorbent cloth nappies for dolls which were recently exhibited at the Perth Royal Show. They also produce nursery and bedroom decor, toys, gifts, clothing and more.

I’ve been sewing since I was 4 and have been asked by people to make all sorts of items… including some custom cloth nappies for a sweet little preemie baby.  When I was contacted by a Melbourne Marketing firm about being their bunting supplier I decided to set up properly as a sole trader. Most of the things I made are the things I have been making for years for myself, for my Guide Unit or for my daughter.

I work fulltime as an Office Manager in the Resource Sector so my business is my little creative outlet, my thing I do just for me. Besides which, I sew and make way more than one household can hold!”

You can find all of Laura’s creations on Facebook and on her blog!

To celebrate our 1000 Facebook Likers (yes that celbration is still going) Laura is giving away a hair clip frame to a lucky member of the flock!


1.  “Like” Spotty Owl Design on Facebook let them know who sent you!

2. “Like” My Pigeon Pair on Facebook.

3.  Leave a comment here telling us why you would love a hairclip frame!

The fine print.  Giveaway open 7am October 24th and Closes 7pm October 26th.  Open to Australian residents only due to postage.  Winner chosen via

Good Luck!


  1. I would love to win one of these lovely hair clip holders. I am sick of my girls loosing all their beautiful clippies.

  2. Because my bathroom is a MESS and is in desperate need of some organizing: )

  3. My girls hair ties are a mess! They need sorting ASAP. We’ve never tried something like this so I’d love to see how it would go with them.

  4. Yvonne Lim says:

    when you have 3 girls in the house you have tons of hair clips lying all around!

  5. Michelle Russo says:

    I would love one of these because I have 3 girls and keeping their school hair ties and clips seperate from the rest is a nightmare!

  6. Mechelle Macdonald says:

    It would be great as hair ties are always going astray (conviently when i need to put lil miss 4’s hair up) And also its a great way to display all her pretty clips so she can pick out what she wants in her hair (a tactic to entice her to get her hair brushed and looking tidy)

  7. Virginia Mason says:

    My daughter’s hair clips are currently being stored in a jar and are so difficult to pull out. A lovely frame like this would look beautiful displayed in her room and would help me find the clips very quickly too!

  8. Carolyn francis says:

    I am trying to get organized myself and be a good example to my kids. This would definitely help with the hairclips which I am currently finding all over the house, except when I need one when I can’t seem to find any !

  9. Jessie Boan says:

    My daughter has a lot of “pretties”, and they end up all over the house. This frame would be great as she (and I) could easily chose together.

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