After a hot sweaty trip to Manchester in the heatwave this week I found some great inspiration, and fantastic new designers creators and makers to follow at The Royal Exchange and Curated Makers at Paperchase
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
2018, like most years had setbacks and challenges, both professionally and personally, as I’m sure 2019 will too, but it’s time to get back up and keep pushing forward in the New Year, whatever is thrown at us.
After months of hard work, blood, sweat and many tears I can finally reveal my rebranding and relaunch my Etsy shops, I will go through my brand values over the coming months but I’d like to start with a font that has a lot of meaning to me. Thank you Beth Ellen! x
A collaboration between myself and local pattern designer Sarah of Made by Jack’s Mum to make the sewing world a happy place
Entering 2018 as a family of four will see undoubtedly seem more laughter, tears and love, but hopefully there will be more creative time, sketching and sewing too.
As a thank you for your support I am offering 10% off my Etsy shop this week, and 50% of all sales will be going to Refugee START
Introducing the newest Accidental Vix model, and thanking a few sewing friends along the way.
July Jesters – Day 7
Before I start talking about my day and my Folksy choices I want to say that my thoughts go out to all those effected by the July 7th bombings in London – it could have happened to anyone, including me as I traveled on a packed out tube at rush hour this morning. On a… Read more »
July Jesters – Day 6
Today’s you rock card is dedicated to my boyfriend – I was having a bit of a rubbish day yesterday but the little gestures remind me that things aren’t so bad and I’ve got all the support I need, and sometimes it only takes a hug and a cheeky smile and it’s all ok again!… Read more »
July Jesters – Day 5
What a day… feeling a bit disheartened at the moment, so I think today’s retirement card is quite apt! We’ve done our Monday routine trip to the supermarket, had tea and now got an hour to look at creative Folksy July Jester shops to make me smile. Today’s theme is places I’d rather be, people… Read more »
July Jesters – Day 4
My day 4 personalised engagement card was listed a bit later today as it’s been a busy Sunday and we have just got on the train back to London where we are making the most of the wifi, and the mini picnic we have been given in first class – crisps, peanut, biscuits, OJ and… Read more »
July Jesters – Day 3
Another day gone in a flash, time flies when you’re having fun as they say, and it was a bit of a rush to get my day 3 thanks teacher card listed before we left but I got back to find I’ve sold a wedding fireworks card, which is great – only need one more… Read more »
Happy 21st Melanie
Just want to say a big thanks to my cousin Melanie for inviting us to her 21st today – we had a fantastic day at Beverley races, even with the terrible choice in horses (well that will teach me to go for the greys or ‘cool names.’) It was a great day out, and even… Read more »
July Jesters – Day 2
As I’m on a train back ‘home’to my cousin’s birthday at the races (today’s Folksy listing inspiration) I thought I’d use that as today’s theme… Our train is delayed because of damage to overhead lines so I’ve got plenty of time to look through today’s items and choose a few: Lemonade and lamingtons – Dragonfly… Read more »
Folksy Friday at the races!
Another week has almost gone, and I’ve not done nearly as much as I would like to have finished, not made as many items as I’d like to have in prep for the July Jesters, and not got enough time to list all my fave Folksy items. So there’s only one thing for it –… Read more »
July Jesters – Day 1
It’s been so long since I listed an item everyday that I forgot I need to get up earlier to upload it on my Folksy shop before work to try and get more views (and hopefully a sale soon!) It’s great to be back in the Folksy listing community and see a few familiar avatars… Read more »