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I took four pieces over to Noise Lab in Manchester last weekend and today I popped in to see an ace free talk by fantastic doodler Jon Burgerman. While I was there I took a couple of photos! 🙂

I’ve got a great spot just next to the till so I’m very excited and happy. If you’re in Manchester you should pop in and take a look, there are loads of lovely things to buy by young artists and designers, and all sorts of stuff going on. Next week its talks and a photo project from SuperSuper magazine which is pretty exciting, I think I’ll nip in to see what they have to say!


Time to snoop for lovey dovey things ❤

Eden Creative Studio

Persnickety Pelican

Satsuma Press

John W Golden

…and finally a sneeky one from me

My new vinyl sticker Valentine’s Cupcake, super cute for decorating cards and pressis or whatever!

© Hannah Greenwood 2010

I pounced across these illustrations by Gemma Correll just now on the old etsy! I loooove them they are very cute! And her Boston terrier illustrations are on a new range of bits at the fantastic All Mighty! Brilliant!

I’m probly a bit behind the times with this one but fab! Check out her blog too 🙂

Totally amazing! The beautiful art of Audrey Kawasaki

Also check out her online journal for cool behind the scenes info

Had a bit of a doodle yesterday inspired by my last post about magpies here’s what I came up with!

Greedy Magpies – Cut from silver glitter paper

Thats it for now but I’m going to keep working on a few more magpie pieces I think…

© Hannah Greenwood 2010

Today I’m excited by magpies!

I spotted this lovely fabric on Blueberry Park’s blog whilst mooching about the interweb and it really inspired me! It is by Pippijoe she has some lovely prints so check em out!

Here are some more wonderful Magpie bits:

From top: Pendant from The Mymble’s Daughter – Etsy, One for Sorrow Two for Joy Print from Champignons – Etsy, Magpies Necklace from Tatty Devine.

Lovely, I’m off to do a bit of magpie doodling, I think it’ll be a cool image to go along with my bejewelled ring lace from the last post!

Hi Everyone!

And Happy New Year!

I’m really excited about 2010 hopefully it’ll be a good one for my designing and blog. At some point I’ll be getting a lovely new website which will combine both my blog and existing website, there should also be a lot more items available in my Etsy shop from now on, take a look 🙂

So, I’ve already been trying to get as much work done as possible and yesterday whilst trapped at home due to the snow I did a few new pieces. I hope you like what you see, the cut out will be available on Etsy from this afternoon.

P.S I promise to stop plugging myself and do some actual blogs soon 😉

Ring A Ding Ding – A new design, organic lace form made up of beautiful rings. I cut this in about 5 mins using my new robot friend it would have previously taken me hours to do by hand. This means I’ll be able to offer some pieces at more affordable prices!

Tiffany Rings – a repeat pattern designed using the same elements as the paper cut lace. I’m going to start doing more pattern design using my illustrations, cos I love it!

Cheers for looking, hope you liked it!

© Hannah Greenwood 2010


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