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.
Happy Chinese New Year everyone! So today it’s Chinese New Year or otherwise known as the Lunar New Year. What we usually do when it comes to celebrate this rather important date in the Chinese calendar is that we eat traditional Chinese food with friends and families, exchange and open lei sees (otherwise known as red envelopes) and there are dancing Chinese dragons/lions too. I remember when I was younger we’d used to eat Chinese sweets which came in a rather beautiful containers with divided segments for the individual sweets. We used to spend Chinese New Year in Hong Kong when were we younger, which was all the more a special occasion as we’d only see our families maybe once a year. I remember we would open up or lei sees and light up paper lanterns in the evening, followed by loads of delicious food of course! There’s really no getting away with food.
Well, I’m going to end it here. Hope you all have a wonderful weekend and take care.
Hello everyone! How’s your week been so far? I’ve added a new piece of work to my Etsy shop titled: ‘What a Time to be Alive’ available in two sizes: A4 and A3 size.
My most recent work has been the influence of self-care, mindfulness and positivity. I’m hoping that my art will spread some joy in these dark times we’re currently living in right now. The world can seem like a very bleak place especially when you’re reading the news and you’re constantly bombarded with sad and awful news.
I’m going to end it here as I’m going to go back to my sketchbook and do some drawings for the rest of the afternoon. Look after yourselves and enjoy the rest of your Sunday.
Hey there everyone! Hope you’ve had a lovely week unlike myself; I’ve been really ill all this week so not much fun! I just got over a really bad cold, which lasted for a couple of days, and then the other night I accidentally gave myself food poisoning! I’m sort of over it but it’s completely drained me out and I was suppose to go to Renegade London today but I’m totally zapped out.
On a rather positive note I have two new prints available in my Etsy shop:
My Etsy shop has still been super busy with ‘The Universe is in Your Hands’ print and I can’t fathom where the traffic is coming from, but I just wanted to say a massive thanks to everyone who has purchased from me. You’re supporting small businesses like myself as I’m a one-band woman behind Jo Cheung Illustration: packaging, designing, running to the post office and repeat the process over and over again.
I’ll be following up with a round-up post as always in the next week or so but until then enjoy the rest of your Sunday.