So it’s live. Check it out….
I am also really chuffed to be able to work with the charity Friends of the Elderly and at the moment I am in the process of designing their Christmas Card. More info to follow.
There is a bit about me in there somewhere!!!!!
Just to let you know that I now have cards for sale in a beautiful new shop in Bristol. It’s called 7th Sea and is well worth a look. My lovely friend Emma makes wonderful jewellry (which I must stop buying!) and it’s full of other fab homemade stuff!
7th Sea, Cheltenham Road, Bristol.
I am so super chuffed. I have just received an email to say that I have been featured in Country Homes & Interiors Magazine. I keep dreaming of something like this happening! (It’s happened to my amazingly talented and lovely friend Helen Ward twice recently and I was a teensy weensy bit jealous!!). But now I’ve had my own turn.
It’s fab to be asked to be featured in a magazine but then you usually have to pay for it. This just feels so much better, when one of your prints has actually been sourced out of lots on purpose!
The print featured comes in 2 sizes
A3 – unframed – £80.00 – Limited Edition of 100 – Printed on Somerset Enhanced Velvet Paper
69×49 cm – £125.00 – Limited Edition of 25 – Printed on Somerset Enhanced Velvet Paper
There are only 10 remaining of the larger print.
This print can be purchased through me direct, or if you would prefer, through one of my online shops. See links below.
Please contact email@example.com for more information or commissions
Another exciting project – I was asked a couple of weeks ago to sell my work on this lovely new website, yourindies.com.
It was probably 2 days after I had told myself not to accept any new work as I was trying to slow down, allowing myself more time to concentrate on my gorgeous boy Rafferty.
I thought long and hard, (for about a minute!) and decided to go for it.
Take a look but please be patient. I haven’t uploaded anything properly yet and there are definitely a few errors that need sorting out.
My new logo
November 2009 and I was part of the Totterdown Arts Trail. It was really hard work getting everything designed and ready in time since my daughter only started school in Sept but it was well worth it. Even ended up on the BBC news! Apart from getting the opportunity to showcase my new designs, it was so great to chat to new people and hear lovely comments about the work and our house. Will deff do it again next year and am already thinking about new work and card designs
Here are a few pics taken by my lovely husband Toby Isaacs
Me and the girls in our little house all ready to welcome everyone in!