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.
We used some family time to be creative with our Easter presents this year… pet rock rabbits and chocolate eggs of course!
When our studio was finally finished, the first thing to go up was our custom shelving, designed by me and made by hubby old scaffolding boards
A quick recap of pushing myself out of my comfort zone for a live sketching session at Leeds Corn Exchange for The Great Yorkshire Shop
I never need an excuse to send pretty post but when I saw the Secret Valentine Exchange on Instagram on the day it closed for entries I knew I had to sign up
Some creative inspiration despite the -1ºc temperature at the Magic Lantern Festival, Leeds
A recent holiday was the start of me trying to get back into sketching, and feeling very rusty
My Folksy Friday pick is a few of my fave items from the April listing club (one item a day is tougher than it sounds, a lot of work goes into each handmade piece!) including my own entry… As I am injured again, this time with a severely infected toe, which teamed with my diabetes… Read more »
No it’s not an April Fool…
I have actually joined a group of creative people on Folksy to try and list an item a day in April for our shops… You can now buy my ‘Lily’s Attempt To Say’ card on my shop, as my first item of the month lets hope it’s a bit more successful than Lily’s attempts! I… Read more »
I just managed to submit March’s Illustrapedia illustration in time! There are a few tweaks I’d like to have made, but at least I managed to succeed in my quest to submit something for every month… It was quite a topical subject I chose to illustrate – bullying, and has inspired me to try and… Read more »
We stumbled upon the chocolate festival by the Royal Festival Hall in London yesterday, which was a pleasant surprise! There were some fabulous and tempting but expensive stalls but the star of the show for me was this fantastic Alice in Wonderland chocolate sculpture… the only problem I’d have is that I wouldn’t want to… Read more »
It’s all in the detail!
On a very stressful day of travelling when my flight back had been cancelled on an already 21 hour day for work I was ready to despair… then I looked over to the person sat next to me and smiled to myself – this is the kind of reaction I want to get from people… Read more »
Easter is nearly here!
I have added a couple of Easter cards to my anonymity range, available to buy on Folksy… The first was inspired at the weekend by the first signs on spring – amongst the cool and crisp morning, and blue sky were some daffodils which caught my eye in the garden as we came back from… Read more »
You can now buy my cards on Folksy!
I am pleased to say that my anonymity range is now available to purchase on Folksy! It may have taken me a while to finally get everything set up but hopefully I can now my blob men can bring a few smiles to some faces 🙂 Bessie and her friends will be making their way… Read more »
Anonymity range launched!
This range is inspired by my day job, and the familiar figures often added into sketches by architects and interior designers. The final push started in September when I made a card for my parents to say thanks for helping us move all the way from Manchester to London, and that very card has made… Read more »
heARTs for Haiti
When disasters such as the earthquake in Haiti happen it’s often a stark reminder that there are people much worse off than ourselves. Faye Rossi has come up with a great fundraising idea, heARTs for Haiti, which is ‘an exhibition of art, photography, and crafts to raise funds and awareness for Haitian earthquake relief organisations.’… Read more »