Very excited to now be stocked with the lovely Ruffld. In their own words:
"Ruffld is a small, family-run business trying to bring some extra sparkle and happiness into your lives! Our aim is to discover unusual and unique gifts for Ruffld, and to invite you to browse our site in the cosiness of your own surroundings, for a spark of inspiration, a gift idea or even for a tiny bit of self indulgence! We are always searching for something different, something new, something amazing, to bring variety and excitement to everyone who has a quick peek at Ruffld. We want to be on the edge, depicting creativity, ultimate style and the newest trends for now and the future. So add a piece of Ruffld to your home!!"
My super creative husband has been stealing my camera equipment more and more, and frankly is showing me up! He's had work featured on Speedhunters, and has just launched his own brand. If you're a bit of a petrol head, I'd definitely recommend checking him out!
Things have been manic lately… I’ve been freelancing back at moo.com, orders are piling up and I’m trying to prepare for another Trade Show in early January that I’ve been selected for (more on that another time.)
So, in order to catch up a bit, I’m putting all my online shops on holiday as of this Monday until the New Year. If you’re thinking of ordering something for Christmas, it’ll have to be this weekend I’m afraid!
A talented letter-er bought some of my pens from Etsy, and was so pleased she featured them on her blog. Share the love and check her out here!
Beyond chuffed to have TWO items featured in The Guardian Christmas Gift Guide 2013! As in, The Actual Guardian...
Check it out here!
I've been invited to stock my work on notonthehighstreet.com, has anyone ever bought/sold/browsed on it?
Would love to hear any opinions :)
One of my recent tasks for moo.com was to design a set of cards for a large company that matched their identity as seen on their website. So I needed to know what colours they'd used for their branding. Which is when I came across this amazing tool hidden away in the utilities folder on macs.
When you open it and float it over words or graphics, it tells you the colours that they've used! So helpful, and I never knew it existed! What other secrets are hiding away? Any top hidden mac tips?
Find it in: Applications > Utilities > Digitalcolor Meter and try not to mind the spelling!