International Women’s Day offers a chance to share role models with my children that have shaped our society, and with compassion and determination made a difference
I have to admit I didn’t do any of #the100dayproject over the weekend as it was my birthday and we decided to have some lovely family time. We did however go for a lovely walk to Middleton Woods yesterday to see the amazing bluebells before they disappear for the year, so there was plenty of… Read more »
Day 19 of #the100dayproject gave me chance to start a new illustration of Leeds Corn Exchange
Day 18 of #the100dayproject was inspired by St George’s Day, after all – who doesn’t like drawing dragons?
Day 17 of #the100dayproject allowed me to sit in the garden with my sharpies, sketchbook and son and do some quick sketches of the over grown garden that I probably should have been weeding instead.
The end of week two sees some familiar bunnies being printed to test out some colours for soon to be released personalised framed prints in response to a Christening request.
Day 13 of #the100dayproject was practice on two areas I’m keen to explore more – watercolours and typography.
Day 12 of #the100dayproject allowed me to finish some overdue projects today, and included two of my favourite things – sewing and printing!
Day 11 of #the100dayproject was to combine pattern and sewing, so I made a few dribble bibs which are also orders that need to go out so a win win situation today.