It is sale time lovers!

As all of you know I started my homewares collection with Melbourne based The Club of Odd Volumes earlier this year. They have been an absolute breeze to work with, while every order goes through me and onto them the same day so they can make your item to order and post it off to you. Lucky for me I get to stay on for their next rotation of artists which means all new designs (get excited!) Together with the Odd Club of Volumes we have put on a sale - YAY! You can shop all of the wonderful artists from this rotation by:
1. Visiting www.theclubofoddvolumes.com  & checking out all the current talented artist's products
2. Snap up 20% off with their discount code 20PERCENT


I thought it was only fair I did the same. 
So to give you all a virtual hug and kiss for the support and love given this year already to make it so successful I am matching the 20% sale for The Little Shop of Jasmine (me!) 

1. Shop up at storm at shop.jasminedowling.com
2. Enter the code YAY20 at the checkout to get your goodies discounted.

Be quick though because both sales end Sunday 29/6 at Midnight. 

jasmine x 

PS. if you love a good discount code, make sure to check out tomorrow's outfit post for a discount code for an international brand! 


  1. Disappointed Supporter1 July 2014 at 20:36

    I don't normally leave this sort of feedback but I am genuinely disappointed. I love supporting local artists as they remind me how inspiration people can be. So please don't take this as a hateful attack.

    For the price we paid, I expected the print to be professionally printed, if not at least a laser printer, not an ink jet job. My print came bent and although it's not your fault, you should mark your envelopes so that the postie's don't try to bend them. I now have an undisplayable item and have wasted $40. If you intend to print them on inkjet, you should sell them as digital prints instead :<

    1. Hi Lovely,

      I am sorry that you are disappointed with your print. I spent a long time sourcing non-bendable envelopes to package my prints in so it comes as a surprise that yours has been bent on delivery.

      I am also sorry to hear you are unhappy with the print. I am in the process of working with a local printer at the moment on my next collection so that they superior finish to them. Please understand I am only very new to this so I am still finding my way. So I really appreciate your feedback to take on board for the next collection.

      In regards to your print I will be more than happy to send a replacement if you could email me your details. It might be worth mentioning to your local Australia Post that your post was damaged through delivery.