I’ve finally added a link to my shop on Etsy.
If you click on the shop sign in the right-hand column that takes you straight there.
Now, this shop is quite, quite tiny at the moment. (A shoppette, if you will) I’m in the process of producing cards and what-not to full it up a bit more.
At the moment there are a couple of postcards on there, as well as a button to commission a recipe drawing from me.
If you’d like a recipe drawing: Just send along that special family recipe, with a photograph of the finished dish and I’ll turn it into a permanent piece of recipe art that you can have on your kitchen wall, or give away to a friend. My mum’s Bakewell Tart is one of her signature dishes, for example. So I’m illustrating that for her kitchen wall.
The postcard pictures of a pear and a banana were done as gifts for people. A friend has asked me to make an apple in the same series, so they can have the series of three on their kitchen wall.
There are more things on the way, in the next week or so. I’ll fill you in when they’re up and running.
Stuff that you can’t find locally!
Rare items and .. well, things that just aren’t available locally.
I guess that’s the real lure of the internet; being able to purchase globally.
Now, I’ve always been a bit loath to setting up an online Etsy shop with tea towels and notebooks and the like … but needs must, I guess! And I suppose it would be pretty cool to have some physical products connected with my illustrations.