posted on 24 / 7 / 2014
I’ve been enjoying early morning printing sessions this week. Up and in the studio before 8, bliss. Here are some of the success stories (and a mishap, which is probably one of the prettiest things I’ve made… typical). I’ll do a shop update over the weekend – plenty of new lino prints to come!
posted on 20 / 7 / 2014
This is what my weekend looked like. I’ll update this post with links to all the sellers and makers featured in the pictures and at the event – I need to sift through my bags for the details. Right now though… I’m off for a walk in the sun :)
posted on 16 / 7 / 2014
Here are some behind the scenes snap shots from last weeks print session. The Bird In Borrowed Feathers Market is nearly here. I’m packed and ready, not to mention VERY excited. Come along and say hi :) (and bring allllll of your friends… I’ll bring the biscuits)
posted on 13 / 7 / 2014
We’re busy bees making loads of pretty things for the Bird In Borrowed Feathers Market THIS WEEKEND (yikes).
I’ve made some little limited edition lino print cards to celebrate. A couple of the designs are available in the online shop (the black cat and the 2 colour oranges and lemons) but the rest will just be up for grabs at the fairs this summer. They’re all unique and hand printed and VERY limited stock. Go go go!
posted on 8 / 7 / 2014
Audrey and Illya will have a table at the first Bird in Borrowed Feathers Market here in Nottingham! It’s going to be awesome. 3 whole days of craft, vintage, handmade treats, workshops, food… you name it! Only £1 to get in and that covers your entrance over the whole weekend!
Located at – The Vintage Warehouse (the one with the big yellow shutters), Cranbrook street, NG1 7EY
Tell all your friends and come say hello!
posted on 7 / 7 / 2014
Just a quick note, some of my digital illustrations are now available on the beautiful Handmade Nottingham site! The chickens are available and have just been joined by The Root Vegetables and a couple of grumpy looking kitties for good measure. The website offers free P&P and a beautiful collection of locally produced art, knitwear, accessories and paper goods. Take a peek! (Here’s a link)