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Look back – MARCH

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Hey hey hey, been a while.

Mega busy and all that, been suffering with major creative burn out at the moment though, so have a quick look at what I’ve been up to in March whilst I try to catch up on some Zzzzzs and sort my head out for another week. (Jeez, I need a motherflippin holiday)

Bristol Girl Bosses Exhibition

First off I definitely have to mention the first ever Bristol Girl Bosses Exhibition, it was a huge success and big love for Blaze for having us and Lovely Drinks and Right Good Food for sponsoring the event.


Tobacco Factory Market

I also managed to squeeze in another Tobacco Factory Market in March, alongside the wonderful ladies of Bristol Girl Bosses for International Woman’s Day. Great day, if a little on the chilly side, but there’s always great coffee and curry to warm up with.

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Ostara and Eostre

I also opened up a little more personally on the blog in March and talked about my celebration of Ostara, the Wiccan holiday Sabbat and illustrated a new print inspired by the Goddess Eostre, which also makes a pretty banging Clock. (Which you can grab over on my Redbubble page.) 

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Papergang Competition

I had a go at entering OhhDeer’s Competition to design a Papergang box, didn’t win but I definitely liked my design I came up with. Definately going to be looking in getting some of the designs printed, so watch this space for coasters.


I’ll be totally honest, I haven’t exactly been up to much this April. In all likelihood there’s not going to be a April Review next month.

Yeah, I’m a total lazy shitbag.

In the meantime, if you enjoy my vague sporadic ramblings and want to support me, I’ve made a  Ko-fi page.

Buy a girl a coffee and induce more caffeine fuelled, you never know could help me quit my depressing day job and free me up for more regular postings and new art.

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