There's still a cracking offer on at my Etsy shop. You can get 5 mini hand stamped cards for only £6. That's a little card free. I'll still take custom orders on them too - just in case that free card is going to be a keeper.
Perhaps you know someone that should be recognised for their ingenious hashtags? Perhaps you know someone who over uses hashtags and has started saying them in real life (yeah, I know a few). Either way, this #HASHTAGQUEEN card is pretty much perfect then. There's one for the guys too.
I say 'whatevz' too much.
I've cut out many a letter from pink foil card. I'm going to make some naughty word bunting too. Maybe I'll add them to toothpicks so I can turn them into 'cake bunting' for the alternative party.
This sketch was my contact card during my exhibitions at uni.
This definitely isn't and wasn't me.
P.S I love hashtags on Instagram. There's now a #sundayselfieclub. I think maybe people started it because of the alliteration of Sunday Selfie, but I'm hoping it stops people sharing a selfie e v e r y d a y - because clearly they look so different every time and we really need to know what they look like. Why am I moaning? I've definitely taken some selfies in my time.
My Instagram is @leighjennings
This may be little in size but it doesn't mean any less. Have a friend who's a mega babe? Totally over use the word babe and accidentally said 'thanks babe' to your grumpy male boss? Know someone that abuses the # on Twitter/Instagram/real life? Maybe they tick all these boxes. If so, here's the perfect card! Perfect for Birthdays, happy days and to just send a little message, this mini hand stamped card is perfect for the #BABE in your life.
An embroidered gift for my aunty Cheryl, a portrait of her late dog, Tag. He was a wonderful pup, such a goofy character and happy nature, I hope I've somehow conveyed that with this embroidered portrait.
I used a short satin stitch with movement to reflect fur growth - but also as a way of embroidering an illustration - many of my preliminary sketches had lines of movement and texture.
I really enjoyed this embroidery, pet portraits here I come!
You can now get the prints of this rad bunch of hipsters (and the unicorn) as a glossy set of postcards. Spread the love with a swaggy vintage granny, an old dude in his beanie hat (and probably skinny jeans) and the cocky gangster unicorn.