I have been a huge fan of Peter Alexander for years for obvious reasons, his amazing PJs…clearly, and my saviour when it comes to last minute gifts. Let’s not forget adorable campaigns, how can you not go awe at a sausage dog, or dachshund if you want to be all fancy. Just recently my fiancé Mem renamed the breed limousine dogs.
All that aside, what I find most inspiring about Peter Alexander is his continued philanthropy work . Peter Alexander has raised over $662.000 for the RSPCA since 2005 and is a huge supporter and voice for animal welfare organisations.
So, you can imagine how excited I was when I received an email asking if I would like to collaborate. I mean pinch me, is this real life? Proudly sings out ‘I’m livin my best life’
For as long as I can remember my parents always had Moccona in the pantry, we sure do love a cuppa coffee in the Hassan household. My Dad would always reuse the jars and put all his bolts and screws for organised keeping in his garage. Maybe this is where I got my creative flare from? As you all know I love a good DIY. Recently I turned a Vegemite jar into a vase for Australia Day. No waste here!
Back to Moccona and Peter Alexander who have created four limited edition bespoke coffee jars. Each print has been inspired by Peter Alexander’s unique prints which you all know and love. I had so much fun putting together a floral arrangement with my empty jar of Moccona. It looks so gorgeous in my bedroom. What do you think?
I also thought the jar could be reused as a makeup brush holder, perfect for us beauty bloggers! Check out some amazing recycling inspo here
The four designs all represent a different kind of Moconna lover; I am loving my I Heart Cupcakes design.
Best of all, all proceeds will be going to the RSPCA the charity that’s close to Peter’s Heart.
Moccona and Peter Alexander hope their bespoke collection can live on in the homes of Australians for years to come.
The limited-edition jars are available at Woolworths, Coles and selected retailers nationwide until sold out.
This post was sponsored by Moconna & Peter Alexander.