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Sarcasm covered in glitter – how brilliant is that?!  With a cheeky sense of humour Andy has some of the most “keeping it real” stationery and cards we’ve seen for quite some time.  In a world of gushy sentiment, Andy promises her cards will not have a teddy bear or heartfelt emotion in sight, but just enough passive aggressive sentiment to put a smile on your face… how perfect.

May your girl boss pencils will provide a wee jolt of inspiration when work is wearing you down….


What makes you most proud about Bettie Confetti?

I’m most proud of my brand. I worked for a long time in corporate branding and there were sooooo many restrictions. You can’t say that; you can’t do that; no, we say it this way here. Yawn. To some extent, the Bettie Brand is just an extension of me. People say they look at my products and can actually hear my Aussie accent saying the words. I love that the brand is honest, that it’s fun and that it’s not afraid to be cheeky or even rude. Over the last year in particular it’s really grown to be something that I’m super proud of. 


At SoL, we’re all about gorgeous things for amazing women. 

What’s your favourite “thing” and does it come with a story?

My newest favourite thing is going to sound a bit weird. It’s a Pop Rocks… you know those weird little figurines that have a giant head and tiny body? OK sounds weird but let me explain. It’s a little Freddie Mercury with a teeny tiny moustache - my husband bought it for me because he knows how much I loveeeeeeee Queen. I’ve got him sat on my desk and I look at him all the time. Reminds me of my husband, but also how freaking much I love their music.


We love giving women permission to indulge. 

How would you spend an ultimate day of indulgence?

Surrounding myself with my friends, music, a freshly made negroni and some sunshine.

Can’t beat it.


Who would you give a random act of lovely to and why?

I’d have to say my Sister Cass. She’s a SERIOUS Girl Boss. She owns Twisted Frozen Yoghurt in Australia and is the very definition of Bad Ass Business Woman. Every time I need business advice, I go to her. I feel like we have a seriously strong connection as we’re both running businesses and can bounce ideas off each other and just be there when we need to complain about how difficult it can be to keep things running smoothly.

She’s a legend and I’d defo give her a random act of lovely. 


Need some more glitter covered sarcasm?

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