With the attitude of wanting to explore as many aspects of illustration as I can, recently I've been busy working towards opening an online shop purely for digital artworks. Instead of buying a physical print which gets sent in the mail the customer simply buys the digital file and either prints it themselves or has … Continue reading Digital Artworks in the Making!
A great opportunity has come along and for a limited time I will have two designs featured on the amazing Wraptious website! Two of my animal themed prints are available as cushions as part of the Make It In Design artists collective so you can see my little Axolotls and Red Pandas amongst some of … Continue reading Wraptious Cushion Design Feature
Earlier this week I attended the trend forecasting trade show Pulse London at the Kensington Olympia. I went with my go-to textiles expert and owner of Sashabay Soft Furnishings for moral support and to have someone to squeak at all the lovely things with! There were indeed a great deal of lovely things, many amazing … Continue reading Pulse London Trade Show Round Up and Trend Forecast
I've been working hard in the evenings over the last few weeks on a new venture of pattern design for fabric and other applications! Getting back into drawing and illustration has been really great as it has been a long time since I did any. I entered my first Spoonflower Design Competition last week themed … Continue reading Jackalope Jinx Fabric Design – Spoonflower Competition
Oh no! Another post about succulents! I cant help it! Listen, I just got back from a quick trip to Homebase DIY store upon where I spotted some really nice succulents in sturdt ceramic pots. The plants are of a good size and pots are in a range of muted pastel and earthy shades, for … Continue reading Succulent Maddness! Affordable Potted Plants For Easy, Low Maintenance Style
Earlier this year I bought a geometric glass and metal candle holder which was hung out in the garden all Summer. Now as my succulent plant obsession grows I'm turning it into a terrarium! This style of glass and metal ornament has been very popular and there are many around. Here's what I did as … Continue reading Succulent Terrarium in Geometric Glass and Gold – How to Plant Tutorial
My flat is fairly small and we usually spend Christmas Day at our parents' so the need for a Christmas tree to 'keep presents under' has been fairly defunct for the past few years. I do decorate the flat, just no tree. This year I feel like I want somewhere proper for the presents to … Continue reading 8 Easy & Stylish DIY Alternatives To Christmas Trees
If playing The Sims has taught me anything, it's that having a plant in a room can increase happiness. Other more scientifically back benefits include cleaner air plus improved memory & productivity. Recently I visited a dear friend in Sweden, when I went into her flat it was brimming with potted plants. The atmosphere was … Continue reading Indoor House Plants – Getting Started & How Easy It Can Be!
I came across a blog post by The Crafted Life about 5 Non-Traditional Ways to Paint a Wall. She points out something obvious that many of us, myself included, simply don't think about when decorating. Walls in your home don't have to be painted all one colour. The short blog post shows 5 easy ideas which … Continue reading Exciting & Easy Ways To Paint A DIY Feature Wall
A super easy way to add a retro or vintage touch to your kitchen, office space or any storage is a home label printer from Dymo. These can be picked up for under £15 from online shops like eBay, Amazon or Staples. The labels come in several colours but I think the black labels give … Continue reading Label Printer For Easy Retro Touch To Your Home Or Office