• Memory match and making memories

    I’ve been long term fan of My Little Set so when Jasmine asked if I would like to collaborate on a memory match set, I jumped at the chance! I’m so excited to share our launch range with you, which includes two sets – Plant Pals and Space Friends.

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  • Do you journal with your kids?

    A few weeks ago, I started journaling with Harry, where each night before bed we snuggle under the covers and I ask him about his day, what emotions he felt and what the weather was like. As a mama who experienced post-natal depression, it’s important for me to share with Harry ways to cultivate a positive mindset, understand his feelings and find gratitude in everyday moments.

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  • What are your small joys?

    When I’m feeling out of sorts I write down or draw my small joys, the little everyday things that bring me happiness. I often add to my list and read through it when I need a pick me up. They remind me of all the wonderful things that fill me with joy.

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  • Three tips for making time to fill your cup

    One of my goals for 2019 is to be organised and to find joy in the everyday. So I set myself the goal of creating a monthly calendar and weekly planner, which are available as free printables here for you to print at home.

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  • Drawing is my therapy

    IDrawing is my therapy. I find when I put pencil to paper (or iPen to iPad) my mind quiets and I can focus just on blank page in front of me. There is a feeling of calm that washes over me as my ideas, thoughts, feelings and emotions are turned into illustrations and words.

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  • Four affordable summer holiday activities

    I love finding activities that are fun, affordable and explore our local area, so I thought I would put together a list of four affordable summer holiday activities Harry and I have enjoyed these holidays.

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  • How I create – it’s messy and imperfect

    I feel a bit insecure about sharing behind the scenes photos of my pencil illustrations as the perfectionist in me thinks they don’t look ‘finished’. I then fall in to the comparison trap of looking at other illustrators work and thinking mine isn’t good enough.

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  • Studio Scenes: May

    A little look at what’s been happening in the studio in May. Every card and print is hand drawn and hand made from start to finish. So this month I’m giving you a look over my shoulder and inside my sketch book at how my illustrations start.

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  • Our day out apple picking

    A couple of weekends ago I went apple picking in Lenswood. I love finding everyday adventures that allow us to explore our local area, and are fun and affordable. After arriving at the orchard and collecting our bag, we set off to pick the juiciest Pink Lady apples.

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  • My first illustrations

    Two years ago I picked up a pencil and paper and drew my first illustrations. I really felt like I had something to share and say, so I started an Instagram account as a creative outlet.

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