I fancy Alec Baldwin so much; the older and chubbier the better.
my shelf display. I got the moomin set off ebay from china but Dan lost my moomin papa and i dropped my snuffkin so theyre a bit low on numbers. The winnie the poo set is from poland and is a handpainted russian doll down to the teeniest piglet in the world. I love the tins at the back they were a charity shop find and I stole the nativity scene from my Mam’s Christmas decorations box.
Plans plans plans
New about, shop and design pages are now on the blog, as well as 5 new designs!
I’m going to keep doing designs until we are ready to start printing (after uni exams are finally over), then choose 4 to do a small run. I’m mostly going to be selling those to friends and family and see what the feedback is and if the demand is there. After that I can do any tweaks then hopefully do a bigger run, set up a big cartel site and sell them on there :) Very excited to get things started. If anyone has any feedback or questions please use the ask box I would love to reply; I’m not a big company just a girl in Edinburgh (and Dan) who is trying to do something I’ve always wanted to do :)
Yesterday was Record Store Day! So me and Dan went down to our local record shop (Vox Box in Edinburgh) and bought some lovely vinyl.
We also went along the road where the shop and Song, By Toad Records had put on 2 great acts in a small pub with lots of people.
PAWS were on first, and were very very very loud. So loud I believe the police were going to be called at some point by an upset neighbour. My ears hurt, Dans ears didn’t hurt, but we both really liked them.
Next was Neil Pennycook of Meursault, who we already love. He is the sort of man and voice you automatically fall for; me and Dan often try to emulate his singing voice and happily fail every time. He sang one of our favourites, Settling, which made my day.
You should watch both of the links you!
Brilliant day and we have added to our vinyl collection which is always a good thing, and when I say ‘our vinyl collection’ I mean Dan’s 4 Smiths records and a SBTRKT LP. I went in saying I’d be happy with some Prince and I ended up getting Purple Rain for £1.50. We are going to the next record fair in Edinburgh so hopefully I will be more successful in finding some 60’s girl group singles there.
Working on designs at the moment - and I’ll definitely post some photos of sketches soon.
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