Tag Archive: inspired by paper

The ultimate craft trolley.

When I asked for present ideas for my nephews second birthday my sister said some craft items. My eyes lit up. Definitely something I wouldn’t struggle with. So the craft trolley was created… Continue reading

Inspired by a baby shower.

Whilst personally I have never really been a fan of the traditional baby shower, I must say, at times I do love looking at the photos and seeing the themes and colours people… Continue reading

And that’s a wrap.

And so we have made it. 2019 has come and it is time to set new goals, new challenges but also reflect on the year gone by. It started off still being on… Continue reading

Creating a new story with these books.

I just love looking through old story books. I cant help but head to the children’s book section of second hand/op shops when I walk past. I often flick through the pages and… Continue reading

We’re off to see the Wizard.

                                                                  It… Continue reading

The meaning of my rainbow.

When designing a frame for Patrick’s room I decided not to go with my standard white squares design. Besides the fact I knew looking at it each day would make me want to… Continue reading

The not so forgotten card.

Nowadays, birthday wishes are often delivered via a digital message. Whether it be a text or facebook message, a snapchat or insta story and even with these, the words can be limited and… Continue reading

New beginnings…

A lot has happened since my last post. And I mean a lot. Some of you are probably opening this in your inbox for the first time in over 6 months and wondering… Continue reading

Inspired by kids artwork

Socks, underwear, golf balls. Its not always a easy (or fun) job buying those fathers day presents each year. Several years ago I put together a frame for a customer which was created… Continue reading

Headdress and Teepees

Sometimes my new designs come from putting ideas together based on customers requests and other times I let loose and go wild with that creative side in me. In this situation, I was… Continue reading