I had a brilliant time at Notcutts Garden Centre last night.
They have been stocking my products for a few months now and thought it would be a nice idea for me to demonstrate my screen printing process at their Privilege Members' event.
It was great to meet so many people and get them excited about the joy of handmade :)
Great news! My Dahlia Tea Towels are now available as a pack of three, presented in a special screen-printed box.
Head over to my online store to take a look :)
I'm really excited to announce that my work will now be available at Notcutts Garden Centre in Norwich.
I can't wait to pop back and seem them all on display (and check out the pet store!).
Designing and making your own products by hand is a really rewarding way to work, it's great to follow the design process from sketchbook to workshop. Working this way also means that I'm able to customise and personalise my products to suit the tastes of my customers.
I mix my own colours for screen-printing, so when customers are re-decorating and re-designing their home, I'm able to colour-match my paint to fit their new design. In the past I've made personalised designs of lampshades, cushions,