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PRINT SALE

PRINT SALE

All throughout the summer I have been working hard in my (very warm) studio to produce a new range of screen prints. It’s something I’ve been meaning to do for a long time but never made the space in my calendar. It’s been really fun experimenting with new colours and new designs. The results are a new range of veggie prints which are available now in limited additions.

To celebrate I’m giving 25% off my whole range of allotment paper prints, with the discount code PRINTSALE25.

So if you fancy adding some wholesome greenery to your walls, pick up...


New: Garden Veg Napkin Gift Set

New: Garden Veg Napkin Gift Set

I'm so excited to introduce my NEW Garden Vegetable Napkins.

I began working on these designs back in January, it was a very dark time, in more ways than one. It's often a gloomy time of year but with lockdown and general worrying news, it was especially tough. I had no access to my studio at the time and was working out of the box room in my terraced house. I think the designs are a response to that situation, I think without realising, I really wanted to add some colour to my life!

The gift box consists of six...


My Beliefs and Values

My Beliefs and Values

When I first started printing my drawings onto tea towels, beliefs and values didn’t really enter my mind, I just wanted to make something interesting and different. Now I have a business that’s beginning to grow beyond just me and a squeegee. This is great but it also means I going to have to start making decisions about what kind of company I want to be. Luckily so far I’ve been able to choose some great people to work with. I know that this will become more difficult as I go along but that is all part of...


Experimenting in the Studio

Experimenting in the Studio

I haven’t been able to make anything new in so long. One of the downsides of the past year, however, I ordered some new screens to be delivered and I was so excited when I arrived. I thought it would be fun to have a play with my new Swiss chard illustration. I actually drew it exactly one year ago in lockdown 1, inspired by a post by @my_little_allotment. I didn’t have all of the colours I wanted but I thought I would have a crack anyway. To be honest I wasn’t completely satisfied with the...


My Style: Handmade, Countryside and Unique

My Style: Handmade, Countryside and Unique

One of the great things about doing blog posts is that they forces you to take a moment to stop and look at your work in order to be able to talk about it. I like to do things with my hands, whether it’s drawing, mixing colours, sewing or screen printing. I have started to dabble in photoshop this year but it certainly doesn’t come naturally to me. I’m much more at home with a pen, paint and a pair of scissors. I also think that this helps my work to stand out a little, as it’s uniquely mine.