I have just been messing about today with a few prints that Ill post over the next few days.

The first one is a pansies print which is reminiscent of a print that Paul Smith did in 2003. I love Paul Smith, he is a huge inspiration to me. The time I spent on my year out , in his print studio in Nottingham, taught me so much.


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Rebecca Thuss

Rebecca Thuss is an award winning photo-stylist, a creative director, wedding designer and crafter. She delights in throwing parties, has a passion for packaging, a weakness for fanciful candy and confections, and an infatuation with vintage paper items.


I have fallen in love Rebecca’s use of colour and how she mixes the prints for her photographs. It is all truly inspirational and has given me loads of ideas for what I can use my prints for.

All photographs Rebecca Thuss.
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Lookbook.Nu is quite possibily one of the best websites for fashion inspiration.

The photographs are gorgeous and a lot have a romatic, whimsical feel to them . I just love how not only the outfit is thought about but the location and the colours used.

However as someone approaching the tender age of 29 it becomes apparent that virtually everyone is below the age of 25, I just wish I had been that cool when I was younger.


All photos

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I climbed to the top of the tree

I have been toying with the idea of a tree print for a while but I have been looking for the perfect phrase to go with it. I came across this on the fabulous blog veryverybeautiful and thought the phrase and the image was gorgeous.  


 I loved the idea of a tree made up of a swirly pattern so I had a play around and this is what I came up with.I have recently put this on a screen and started to play with various colours but at the moment my screens are not my friends and the photo-sensitive emulsion keeps peeling off. I am having another go and as soon as they look good I’ll update you on my progress.



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