Monday, October 15, 2007

90 Day Challenge update

Don't forget to go over to the Chalk Hill blog to see the features I've been writing for just a fraction of the talented artists and makers on etsy, not least the wonderful Paulette Insall who painted this beautiful piece titled 'Listen'. She has also done a great little write up on me - go see!

Saturday, October 13, 2007

Christmas is coming... case you hadn't noticed by now so here are a few felt stars decorations for Up With the Lark. Check out Larissa's items as well, especially her fairy pics.

Front Page Glory - again!

this time thanks to cindyg!

Friday, October 12, 2007


Spent yesterday packing up parcels and making these for promo packs, hopefully with the current strike action going on at the royal mail they will find their way to their destinations!
Guess what I've been doing today....


All of this loveliness came from I am a very happy girl. Check out her blog too.

Wednesday, October 10, 2007


Just been bagging up some handmade cards and decorations for sending out to various places, if there are any left over some might make it into my shops too!

90 Day Challenge

To help kick start my Chalk Hill Blog I've joined the 90 day challenge started by Pippit Carlington (see her etsy shop here) and will be featuring a different etsy seller every everyday from around the world. If you sell on etsy and want to join in it's not too late, sign up here. My first willing victim is Jansing.

Monday, October 08, 2007

Quite the artist!

Well finally she is painting something recognisable - look at those gorgeous faces! She is copying her brother now, they both sit together doodling and she is definately picking up his wonderful cartoony style but adds her own cheeky personality too!


Postcard sets for etsy, will also be adding these to Chalk Hill too at some point if they sell well.

books books and more books!

Getting through them slowly, the bottom one is now finished and on sale in my etsy shop.

Saturday, October 06, 2007

Travelling Journals

The travelling journals are finished and off on their travels at last, here is my contribution to book one, my summer in Cambridge.