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Hi Friends!

Hope you’re all keeping well. I spent the last few days designing some new Christmas cards which will be available in my Etsy, Folksy and Urban Makers shop very soon.

The cards will come in a pack of five and they’re blank inside for you to write your own personal message. Who knows what this Christmas will look like, whether we’ll be able to spend Christmas together or if it’ll be a Zoom Christmas Day? For now though, keep in touch with your loved ones by sending them a Christmas card.

I’ll also be adding some more new A5 postcards too so I’ll keep you all updated about it.

Stay safe and thanks for reading!

UPDATE: New Christmas cards are now available in my Etsy shop!

I am very excited to announce (okay, should’ve done this about a week ago) that I have some new birthday cards which are now available it my Etsy, Folksy and Urban Makers shops.

All cards are blank inside for you to write your own personal message and they also come with a kraft envelope (£2.50 each).

One last reminder about our raffle; we’ll be doing it live on Instagram Stories at 1pm so we hope to see you there (virtually!). Winners will be announced and we’ll also be having a chat about the raffle and Black Lives Matter.

Thanks for reading as always and take care.

This week my Etsy shop has been really busy with ‘The Universe is in your Hands Print’. I’m not exactly sure where the traffic is coming from, but obviously I’m over the moon that it’s been doing really well! To those who’ve bought something from my shop I’d like to say a big thank you for your support. It makes me happy knowing that my art makes others happy and this is why I make art.

The print is available in two sizes: A4 (£15.00) and A3 (£25.00).

Thanks again and enjoy the rest of your weekend!

It’s been so long since I last updated my Society6 profile. If you’re not familiar with Society6, it’s an online platform where you can upload your designs/artwork which you can then have unique products such as tote bags, pillow cases, t-shirts… literally, the list goes on!

I recently designed two abstract pattern artwork which I’ve then applied it onto various products. I had a lot fun with both artwork as there was no direction as such; I always think I work best at making it up as I’m going along (which I don’t think is a bad thing!)

I love the different textures and colours so I’m going to continue with this and maybe build up a portfolio of work with it. Who knows, I’m having way too much fun right now!

*EDIT*

I’ve also added them to my Etsy shop now, see here and here for both of them.

Enjoy the rest of your Monday and take care.