Wednesday, 28 September 2011

Witney in Pink - All set up

Last weekend I went back to lovely Oxfordshire to set up my window display full of all my homemade products! Sue from St Andrew's Bookshop in Witney was very kind and offered me her window for two weeks whilst 'Witney in Pink' is running. Every year all the shops in Witney put on a pink window display in aid of breast cancer awareness. 10% of everything I sell will go to Cancer Research UK.

I had a great time arranging all my goods with my sister's help. I think it looks great, and I am super excited to know that I have already sold some things.

Products I am selling include: Greeting Cards, Framed prints of Witney, Sketchpads, Notepads, Jewellery, Candles, Gift Tags, Bookmarks, Trinket boxes, Recipe cards, Activity Packs, Owl Magazines, Picture Frames, Memo Boards, Pink Sugar, Colouring posters and Coloured Pencils.

Sunday, 11 September 2011

Witney in Pink

In a couple of weeks I am putting on a window display at St. Andrews Bookshop in Witney for 'Witney in Pink'. Every year all the shops in Witney put on a pink window display to raise money and awareness for breast cancer. This year, Sue from St. Andrew's Bookshop has kindly offered me her window for two weeks to sell my homemade wares :) And 10% of everything I sell will go to charity. I am super excited about this so I have spent the last few weeks busily crafting away. Some of the goods I will be selling include bookmarks, gift tags, candles, recipe cards, greetings cards, activity sheets, my Owl Magazines and trinket boxes as well as a few other bits. 

These are some illustrations of Witney I have recently done which I am going to put on Greeting Cards and also sell as prints.

On The Rocks

Check out my work in On The Rocks, a new bar that has opened in Bournemouth. I think it looks great on the walls of the bar, and I am even more pleased that I sold one last night :) Thanks On The Rocks!

Cake Days

These are my latest cake creations that I have had had great fun baking and decorating! I recently posted flyers through all the local flats offering my baking services and then I was commissioned to make the Arsenal cake for someone's birthday. I had so much fun doing it I decided to make a chocolate cake for us at the same time! 

In August we went to the Bournemouth air festival for my boyfriend's birthday so I thought it was only fitting to make an aeroplane cake, hence the Spitfire. The sponge was red velvet and the clouds were lemon meringue cupcakes. Unfortunately it was too windy to light the candles! But the cake went down well :)