These were actually really fun to make. The materials can be super cheap to get as well, all you need is a bundle of ribbon, preferably complimentary colours and a little fabric for the inner bag. Sorry guys, the pictures don’t do them justice, I suggest you try making your own so you can see…… Continue reading ~Ribbon Bags~
As we’re approaching autumn, fruits ripen, leaves change hues and small animals start to stock up on food. This goes the same for fairies, they find it extremely hard to fly in the winter due to their delicate wings. So being the generous person I am I have decided to make them fairy doors for…… Continue reading Secret Garden
So it turns out that every adult can still have a ridiculously fun time tie-dying fabrics. (Oh I forgot, it’s not called tie dye when you’re an adult, it’s called shibori.) The art of Japanese resist dyeing. It involves folding, pleating and manipulating fabrics, then dipping them or submerging them in dye to create extraordinary patterns. Traditionally…… Continue reading Tie Dye Madness (Shibori)
So I’m going through an ocean phase at the moment and have started to doodle a few sea creatures. Octopus are amazing creatures, did you know they have three hearts!? They can also change their shape, pattern, colour and even texture to blend in with their backgrounds. To celebrate these awesome eight-legged beings I’ve drawn…… Continue reading Creatures of the Deep
Did you ever make anything with polymer clay and have a tiny bit left that you didn’t know what to do with? Well the answer is here! It’s super simple and takes barely any time to create something quirky and unique. Meet my little marble effect ear studs. Instructions are below: All you have to do…… Continue reading What to Do With Your Leftover Polymer Clay
Here are a few fine line drawings of some fish I’ve been working on. If you’d like a print then please message me. All feedback welcome!!
Lines, lines and more lines. Oh, did I mention lines? If you like doodling then you must try this. It’s very therapeutic and easy to do, no skills necessary. It’s amazing what you can achieve little by little. The most satisfying part is seeing the end result! If you really get into it and want…… Continue reading Rediscovering the Art of Fine Liners