Hurrah! My new Lollies collection is now available to buy over at my shop! I love ice cream vans – I often get excited when I recognise their melodic chimes, which was rare due to my deafness (I do wear a hearing aid but I don’t always hear everything or recognise the sound). When I was small, choosing which lolly or ice cream was always a difficult task in the whole world but as I got older, I started to stick with classic 99p (not quite 99p anymore though!). But I vaguely remember that I had a phase where I was obsessed with Twister!
Fab, Twister and Rocket are watercolour paintings professionally printed onto white 325gsm cards. They all are A6 in size and comes with kraft envelope. As always, the card is blank inside for your own message.
I hope you like them as much as I do!
When I had my stall in Camberwell Feast, I had a chance to walk around and bought myself some goodies. I would have bought way more than this but I only had £50 budget at that time. I have collected business cards so I can browse their online shops on the other time!
I bought those gorgeous Silver Textured Square Earrings from the lovely Carol from CMcB Jewellery, which was also my stall neighbour! I am not big on jewellery but when I do buy them, they have to be light and delicate.
Sadly when I bought these cards full with gorgeous colours and shapes, there were no business cards on the stall or including in my purchase (to my realisation much later) and the website address I found on the back of cards is not working. Looking at the website address, the business is probably called AJ Pon Paper. I love the cards so much that I am considering to keep them to myself and frame them!
The stall (also neighbour!) called Saboon Alee was the most lovely smelling stall in Camberwell Feast – there were so many organic handmade soaps in various scents and after a long time of deciding, I finally went for Lavender one!
Proud to have lived very near Camberwell for 12 years before I moved in Lee, I bought this canvas bag from Camberwell Feast merchandise stall. It is designed by Mini Moderns. So glad to see Carravaggio on there, my favourite Italian restaurant in the whole world.
Seeing this Colour-in London Poster by The City Works being coloured in on the stall, I bought it without a doubt! It is going to be fun when I start colouring in and hang it up on my studio’s wall.
I love that I always get extra excited when I buy things from small businesses. The fact that they were made by one or few talented individuals and with love, makes them special. And I know when I buy things from them, it makes them very happy like I get very happy when you buy my creations!
Finally, I can now announce that my new “Big Cats” collection is up on the shop!! There are A6 cards and A5 prints available. They are watercolour paintings printed onto white 325gsm card and each greeting card comes with kraft envelope. As always, they are packaged in protective cellophane sleeve and will be posted in hard backed (and beautifully decorated!) envelope.
With a very small time between finishing my last commission and prepping my stall in Camberwell Feast, I poured a lot of my energy and love in these new paintings and I am extremely pleased how they turned out! It helps that, as you may know already, I am a massive fan of cats!
They had received praise and attention in Camberwell Feast, apart from couple of toddlers that got scared by looking them. I felt sooo bad! I just hope they don’t scare any more!
The original painting of Tiger is now at its new home and with the rest of the originals, I will get around to putting them up on the shop along with others later the year but if you are interested in buying them, you can contact me for details!
Do check them out over at my shop and tell me your favourite!