Every Mummy, Mum and Mother loves flowers on Mother’s Day, so we’ve wrapped our quirky flower illustrations in newspaper print that tells the world she’s the best, to create a lovely Mother’s Day card.
If you can’t be there to make your Mum breakfast in bed or haven’t got the pennies to give her some flowers to tell her how much you appreciate and love her, send her our card with a note from the heart written inside and she’ll smile from ear to ear.
Available from our website for £2.80 or Sheffield Pop Up Shop in Sheffield’s Winter Garden’s until 29th March.
Wow!! We’ve had not one, not two but three design chosen for the Blog and Buy Summer Wishlist! Our Mr Brown Bear notebook, Swoop the Owl print and Urban fox notebook all look awesome on this amazing design list of talent.
Make sure you get what you really want this year by browsing the Wish List, sharing with friends and family the products you can’t live without.
There are so many brilliant things getting sold by independent artists and designers, but the problem is the public doesn’t always stumble upon them. It is our job to point you in the right direction to find that perfect gift, while also making sure the artist / designer fully benefits from every sale! Prepare to have your spotty socks blown off by the amount of talent on show! * above copy taken from the Blog and Buy website.
Visiting Verity, Damien Hirst’s bronze lady on loan to the harbourside of Ilfracombe. Love or hate her she’s been attracting attention since her hoist in October 2012. It’s yet to be seen whether or not this is the start of Ilfracombes transformation into a ‘St Ives’ of the North Devon coast is , but it’s great to see visitors venturing out to this coastal town on a windswept Sunday in February.
I took the soft option of walking in woods this weekend, but take a look at this video to see what happens on the edge of the land everyday in North Devon – love it!
(Er however I have to say that I am not an avid wearer of neoprene and appreciate the waves and skill of those who ride them from afar)!
So I bought a National Trust membership last year. Mainly because a good friend now runs the National Trust cafe Sandleigh at Baggy Point Croyde and I wasn’t paying car park fees every time I went to visit her! But in the depths of Winter the wind swept beaches of North Devon aren’t the best places to cure family cabin fever. So wrapped up warm and wellies on we paced through the the moss covered woods of Arlington Court the perfect cure for a hungover husband and house saviour to cabin fever children who have great fun running through every room in the house like a toy whirl wind!!
(Oh and I did balance out the image that comes with having a national trust membership by taking the whole family to see Plan B at the Eden project – to try and keep a little bit of the pre kids me alive)!!