Tuesday, 31 May 2011

Progressive Greetings

Last week I attended the Progressive Greetings Live Show 2011 in Islington, London. I've picked out a few of my favourite designs below :)

Freya Art
I absolutely love these screen printed designs, and I am very jealous that I have not done them!

Such simple and eye catching designs are bound to be a success, also jealous having not created them!

These cards are such a nice little size and I love the tiny patterns behind the messages on these ones.

Shine Publishing

Some nice patterns etc on these shine cards.

The Art File

There are two great ranges that I spotted from the Art File, I love London and Ink press. The London designs are highly appropriate to celebrate the Olympics, the Queen's Jubilee and all things British. Ink press cards are beautifully colourful and simple, and appealing to all age groups.

Thursday, 26 May 2011

Owl Collage

I decided to create a new Owl collage using coloured paper on board. I used a themed paper pack I had bought based on birds. I rather like the autumnal colours.

Saturday, 21 May 2011


I made this pretty wall decoration by cutting butterfly shapes out of cartridge paper, folding them slightly and then adding coloured music sheets behind the images. I'm really pleased with the result!

Available now on my Etsy shop

Sunday, 15 May 2011


I made an companion for Spritekin.

Friday, 6 May 2011

Old theatre programs

I got some old reproduction Theatre Programs from a car boot sale last week, for the bargain price of 50p. There are some nice bits of graphics in there, take a look :)

Tuesday, 3 May 2011

Kingston Lacy

I visited Kingston Lacy, a national trust property yesterday, I know, I'm so cultured! Haha anyway I managed to get a few half decent shots inside the house despite the darkness and eagle eyed guides waiting to tell me off!

How cute is this little cherub?!

Might make a good Christmas card I'm thinking...

Tiny carved scene of the last supper