So so chuffed to turn up in the Guardian Christmas Gift Guide for the 4th year in a row :)
Combining two things I think are ace - chickens and patterns.
This is going on a new greetings card, but I reckon it might work as wrapping paper... Any thoughts?
Bunting and birds on a postcard were requested for a country garden themed Save The Date. I do aim to please...
The main thing I've learnt from this commission is that there are better ways to refer to a Save The Date than an STD... I don't advise that.
Things have been flat out juggling commuting to moo ever day and getting ready for Top Drawer... In amongst all this juggling, I've managed to put together some new products that I'm officially launching at the show, hope you like them! Available in the shop!
Preparation is ticking along nicely for Top Drawer - if you look closely you might spot some new products that I'm launching there...
One of my sweetest jobs to date. A thoughtful chap asked me to illustrate and hand write the poem that he proposed with as a present for their first wedding anniversary (which is paper after all.) Congratulations, I hope she loved it!
Finished and framed.
The Banyan Tree in Brackley - home of Fair Trade products and artisan crafts.
Plus now some illustrated and photographic cards and hand printed fabric Kate Moby goods.
Plus they are connected to some pretty exciting workshop news coming soon... Watch this space!
Although generally speaking, I'm fairly handy at the ole Photoshop, I've finally conquered my fear of the Pen Tool! Slow to the game no doubt, but it's opened up a whole world of curvy goodness! To celebrate, I turned some of my birds in Custom Shapes and plonked them on Etsy to spread the love.
A wee while ago, I wrote a screen print tutorial and a fabric label how-to to help out fellow crafters. In a brazen attempt for people to find me on the big wide world of the internet, I've created some "pinterest" style versions, pared down to be as simple as possible. Repin away!