I have teamed up with Saving Scotland’s Red Squirrels and you can now buy my squirrel stuff at country fairs! Saving Scotlands Red Squirrels are working hard to….you guessed it….save red squirrels! This weekend (22nd-23rd August) they will be at Galloway Country Fair at Drumlanrig Castle. My “Squirrels find Love” cards and badges will be available to buy, with 40% going to the charity.
I haven’t been blogging much lately but I have been trying to get some drawing in, and even if I haven’t had much free time to get things down on paper, my head is still full of ideas, so watch this space!
I have been thinking ahead to Christmas and have booked a table at the Makers Market on the 29th of November in Morningside. More details…and a few new designs …closer to the time!
It’s been an exciting weekend this week, starting with a visit to Flux, a lovely shop in Leith, Edinburgh. They are now stocking a selection of my cards, fingers crossed they go down well! Check out the Flux website.
Next up, I have booked a table at Morningside Makers Market again for Himalayan Princess and Ryan McEwan Photography on Sunday 3rd November – should be good fun! I am working on a new Christmas card to add to my range and it will definitely be ready by then! Hope to see you there.
After a week of sunny holidays in the Hebrides, I thought it was about time to get back to work! I have got some badges printed, including a new one of the Squirrels in Love! These badges went down well at the last market I did in December, so I am going to be attending another market, where the badges, as well as all the prints and cards will be available. I will be at the Morningside Makers Market on Saturday 3rd August from 11am – 4pm, sharing a stall with the very talented Ryan McEwan Photography who has loads of cool cards and prints of everything from Edinburgh to cute ducklings and the New York skyline!
Come along and say hello!
I have finally finished three new pictures, and all of them feature Edinburgh! The first is “The Daily Grind” which is the most detailed and took me AGES to finish as it is made up of so many individual animals, plants and birds. If you live here in Edinburgh you may recognise the cycle path, along which you can see all sorts of animals, and I imagine they see all sorts of people too!
The other two compositions are combinations of photographs I took and illustrations, this is new to me, but I like the effect, and hope to do more like these.
These pictures are now available to buy as cards or prints in my etsy shop https://www.etsy.com/shop/HimalayanPrincess
Himalayan Princess prints can now be found at the wonderful Ji Ji Kiki online boutique! There are lots of other lovely things for sale there like jewellery and bags, so pop over and have a look.
In other news, I have been working on some new pictures for a while now – there have been lots of animals to draw, which is why is has been taking me ages! The last one I finished up was a cute little brown rat with a collar on. Check out my facebook page for a sneak peak!