I did these new pocket mirrors! Five rad new designs. £3 each or two for £5. Weeeee!
Sunday, December 29, 2013
Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Friday, December 13, 2013
So excited to be supplying Manchester's Fig + Sparrow with these holiday card packs this year. If you're stuck for present ideas go and have a browse at their lovely selection of goods, you won't be disappointed!
And on the subject of dog and cat themed products, here are a few other items I've not mentioned:
Border terrier ornaments sold out very quickly! Here they are looking all cute and stuff:
Custom pillows. Get an illustration of your dog on a pillow. Order directly through my etsy shop. Here's Ron the bulldog, I finished this one recently.
In November I posted out a big delivery of cat and dog stickers to Matchbox Studios in Wellington, New Zealand. Here's a pic I took while I was at work bagging them up.
And a new kitty pillow. He's pretty shocked, to be on a pillow. As you can see. Available to buy through my etsy as well.
Wednesday, December 11, 2013
A quick update on this sunny Wednesday morning. I've not been running much because I fell down the stairs (doh!) and have a very swollen left foot that isn't broken but definitely doesn't want to be walked on let alone used for running. Do you know why I fell down the stairs? Because I was rushing to answer the door to a courier delivering a 7kg bag of poly stuffing... on a Sunday! Serves me right for working on a Sunday I guess.
Anyways... I've been doing lots of pet portraits recently. Here's one of them, framed up:
I also recently treated my little studio to a supercool sofa and it's suddenly starting to feel like a real studio. Somewhere for all the pillows to hang out. And speaking of pillows and polystuffing, there is a brand new one today! For bike lovers.
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Thursday, December 5, 2013
Spend under £15 and get a great gift for your buddy. Here are a few ideas:
Happy Holiday Shopping. x
Wednesday, December 4, 2013
laughing dog pillow to give to your dearest Aunt Bernice for the holidays.
Originally I thought it would be silly to have bridesmaids.
I didn't want anything fussy or over the top or too weddingy.
But then I quickly remembered that I'm pretty unsociable and live the life of a hermit most of the time so by roping five of my very best womanfriends into the whole process I knew I was guaranteed to have someone there for me for every panicking moment, every minor stress, and every dumb question I had to answer up until and during the moment I walked down the aisle. (Believe it or not it's very difficult to remember how old you are when the registrar asks you right before you're about to get married)
Here are the little packages I created for my golden girls back in June, when I decided to ask them to be in the wedding gang. The wishbone necklaces are made in San Francisco by Astrid. I had seen the necklaces ages ago and knew they would be the perfect thing for the occasion. Attached to the necklace is an African cowrie shell which is a symbol of luck and prosperity. In each pack I included a photo of me and my girl and wrote some words asking them to be a bridesmaid.
They all said yes, fortunately.
Tuesday, December 3, 2013
(This design is now available as a print as the tea towels have currently sold out)