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Subscription boxesSubscription boxesThere are 2 products in this category.Free for membersFree for membersBeing a member of Snapdragon Studio means that you become part of our studio community and that you get a lot of perks throughout the year. Links to exclusive downloads, tutorials and e-courses are sent directly with Newsletters, hard copy magazines and mini books are sent in the post. This section is for a changing seasonal selection of things which are free for Studio Members by request.There are 4 products in this category.For themFor themThere are 120 products in this category.
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Alder clip art fine ink drawing DownloadAlder clip art fine ink drawing DownloadOur price: £6.50Or just £0.00 for our members!ViewThis is a full set of high resolution png files made from my original pen and ink drawings which can be used as clip art files in your own personal designs. They are compatible with Canva templates for creating professional looking graphic design.Alder clip art watercolour files DownloadAlder clip art watercolour files DownloadOur price: £6.50Or just £0.00 for our members!ViewThis is a full set of high resolution png files which can be used as clip art files in your own personal designs. They are compatible with Canva templates for creating professional looking graphic design.Alder daily planner downloadAlder daily planner downloadOur price: £2.50Or just £0.00 for our members!View Organise your days with this beautiful alder day planner - it can be printed out as many times as you like.
Alder embroidery pattern for pillowcase downloadAlder embroidery pattern for pillowcase downloadOur price: £2.50Or just £0.00 for our members!ViewSpruce up plain pillowcases with these simple embroideries of alder catkins.Alder pen and ink outline drawings downloadAlder pen and ink outline drawings downloadOur price: £2.50Or just £0.00 for our members!ViewThese 4 downloadable PDFs of Jane's original drawings are perfect for inspiring your own projects.Alder writing set downloadAlder writing set downloadOur price: £2.50Or just £0.00 for our members!View Everyone loves getting proper letters in the post - it is such a thrill to have something nice to read in amongst the junk and the bills.
Allium Clip Art downloadAllium Clip Art downloadOur price: £10.00Or just £0.00 for our members!ViewThis clip art files are transparent png. files and can be used in photo editing programmes like Photoshop, Canva, Illustrator and Indesign. Bunting outlines clip art downloadBunting outlines clip art downloadOur price: £3.00Or just £0.00 for our members!ViewPDF and Clip art downloads for making bunting - for use with Floral art initials or to decorate yourself.Buttercups Clip art downloadButtercups Clip art downloadOur price: £10.00Or just £0.00 for our members!View These 4 png clip art files have transparent backgrounds which allow you to use them with photo editing software (photoshop, canva) to create your own designs for personal use.
Cacti clip art filesCacti clip art filesOur price: £10.00Or just £0.00 for our members!View A set of original files for cactus drawings - these have transparent backgrounds so can be used for your own artwork and designs.Cactus embroidery downloadCactus embroidery downloadOur price: £1.50Or just £0.00 for our members!ViewInstructions and patterns to make embroidered cacti pillowcases.Calendula e-bookCalendula e-bookOur price: £5.00Or just £0.00 for our members!ViewThe magazine can be accessed here - Members should all have the password, but it is also on a download once bought.
Coat hanger knitting pattern downloadCoat hanger knitting pattern downloadOur price: £2.50Or just £0.00 for our members!ViewKnitted coat hanger covers are a great easy and quick make, ideal for using up small left overs of wool. They make a superb stash buster project.Conditioning flowers ebookConditioning flowers ebookOur price: £5.00Or just £0.00 for our members!ViewThis is the download link for the e-book.Dandelion drawing downloadDandelion drawing downloadOur price: £2.50Or just £0.00 for our members!View A download of a dandelion pen ink and watercolour drawing by Jane.
Floral Alphabet bunting downloadFloral Alphabet bunting downloadOur price: £12.00Or just £0.00 for our members!ViewMake your own pretty floral bunting with our PDF print outs - simply print out the letters you need, cut them out and string onto ribbon.Floral alphabet clip art files downloadFloral alphabet clip art files downloadOur price: £20.00Or just £0.00 for our members!View This full set of floral initials can be used for personal projects.Gardeners SoapGardeners SoapOur price: £5.00Or just £2.50 for our members!View
Garlic clip artGarlic clip artOur price: £7.50Or just £0.00 for our members!ViewGorse watercolourGorse watercolourOur price: £2.50Or just £0.00 for our members!ViewI find that drawing is a wonderful way to really see something - while much is simplified so it makes sense in 2D you still have to make those decisions by looking properly.Growing GarlicGrowing GarlicOur price: £1.50Or just £0.00 for our members!View A printable PDF all about growing garlic! It combined one of my watercolour drawings with full growing instructions.
Halloween Pumpkins pack downloadHalloween Pumpkins pack downloadOur price: £2.50Or just £0.00 for our members!View Keep children busy and celebrate Halloween with this downloadable PDF Pumpkin pack. Honesty e-bookHonesty e-bookOur price: £5.00Or just £0.00 for our members!ViewThis ebook is accessible hereHow to make wreaths e-bookHow to make wreaths e-bookOur price: £5.00Or just £0.00 for our members!View This is the password protected site for this e-book - all members should have the password. If you have forgotten it email Valerie@snapdragononline.co.uk.
Knit along blanket patterns first setKnit along blanket patterns first setOur price: £5.00Or just £0.00 for our members!ViewThis is a set of patterns for the 1st 6 squares of the Snapdragon Studio Knitalong patchwork blanket.Knit Along Blanket Patterns second setKnit Along Blanket Patterns second setOur price: £5.00Or just £0.00 for our members!ViewThis is a set of patterns for the squares 7-12 of the Snapdragon Studio Knitalong patchwork blanket.Meadow Writing Paper and Cards downloadMeadow Writing Paper and Cards downloadOur price: £2.50Or just £0.00 for our members!ViewA set of downloadable letters and notelets in our popular meadow design.
Printable meal planner and shopping list downloadPrintable meal planner and shopping list downloadOur price: £1.50Or just £0.00 for our members!ViewI love cooking, I love eating, but somehow the weekly menu planning and shopping has become a chore and we always seem to waste left-overs too. I have designed these printable planners to help sort out the problem.Seed packets downloadSeed packets downloadOur price: £2.50Or just £0.00 for our members!ViewDownloadable seed packets - which can be printed out onto A4 paper, cut out and glued together to store all your seeds in.Seeds from the gardenSeeds from the gardenOur price: £3.50Or just £0.00 for our members!ViewEarly summer seeds for members from Snapdragon Garden - these germinate easily when seed is fresh but can be a struggle with commercial seeds.
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The bees aren’t enjoying this cold damp weather any more than I am. 
I keep finding them clinging to the leeward side of flowers - especially the big bulks of globe thistles, teasels and sea holly. 
They look like they are clinging on desperately to the rigging as the plants are buffeted about in the wind. 
What are you up to this weekend?
This is one of the photographs from a new course that I am writing at the moment about growing your own annual cut flowers.⁠⠀
It is a course based on my practical experience of growing flowers in a fairly tough climate, up a hill in the middle of Scotland.⁠⠀
It will be my first course written exclusively for members of Snapdragon Studio - membership costs £10 a month at the moment but for people joining after 18th September it will be £15 a month. ⁠⠀
The price increase is to reflect all the extra things that you get now in comparison to when I first launched the membership - I have been adding in exclusive e-courses, a hard copy magazine, a private community where you can ask advice and share expertise.⁠⠀
I am freezing the cost of membership for everyone who joins up by 17th September at £10 a month until the beginning of 2021 as a thank you for supporting me and allowing me the space to develop the membership.⁠⠀
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If you want to join us - and it is a very good time to join as there are embroidered badges in the Welcome pack - you can find out more by clicking through my profile.
Are you a city break person or a lover of the open road? 
And what do you think of caravans? Are they a symbol of adventure or something slow moving you get stuck behind on the motorway? 
This mug, printed with my watercolours of vintage caravans (including my own, very stationary airstream) probably shows my own allegiances.  It is now up on the website, click through my profile to find it.
I am currently embracing the frou frou fun of dahlias - in much the same way as I do my Staffordshire cow with its tiny milk maid. 
I may even have found a dinner plate dahlia I like - indeed love. 
Fairway spur - pretty much the colour of Heinz tomato soup - it has a beautiful bursting out shape and longish stems. 
By longish I mean about a foot between flower and next big bud. Perfect to put on its own in a stoneware bottle. 
By a cow. In my office.
Did you all survive the weathery weather? 
One of my jobs today or tomorrow is to go and see if I can rescue the sweet peas. 
A couple of weeks ago they reached the top of the tunnels that divide the beds - 10 feet tall, way beyond my reach for tying in and I was relying on their tendrils keeping them up there. 
That worked for a while - but the winds over the weekend got under the sheets of flowers and whisked them off the grid. 
Fortunately I had picked some before they fell - a windowsill of candy colours.
Yesterday I took a duvet day. My first ever I think. 
I woke and I thought of all the things I had to do- Re-write a blogpost, write & send a newsletter, edit photos & write instructions for the Studio Box.
Then I rolled over and went back to sleep. 
I had a long bath, I took a nap, I went hunting antiques - I did no work. 
I have never done this before - I mean I’m a great bunker off, I truanted right through my 5th and 6th year at school - but it was productive truanting with a bag of history books and an essay on the go. 
I’d love to say it felt like self care and that I am full of energy today but sadly that isn’t the case! 
Maybe I need more practice. 
Are you a taker of duvet days?
‘Be canny with the sugar’

When I was in my final year at school I volunteered with the National Trust for Scotland - helping to put together educational packs which put objects into context. 
I worked on the sugar loaf - a paper wrapped cone of sugar in the kitchen. It was an unpicking of the history of wealthy C18th Edinburgh’s connections to slavery, the abolitionist boycott of cane sugar (the sugar cone was probably from sugar beet), the deathly triangle of slavery that relied on sugar to power it and which built so many of our elegant cities. 
I think of all that when I see this sugar bowl - a personalised sugar bowl for an aristocratic lady, a pretty large sugar bowl. 
And I wonder how much she thought about anybody who made her commodities, or if it was unknown, suspected but easily dismissed .  Or was she a trendy liberal, the feel good boycott, the buying of sugar beet, the washing of hands, the feeling of having done her bit. 
And yet - I type this out on my phone - aware that the chance that modern slavery powers it is high. The children in the Democratic Republic of Congo mining cobalt, others elsewhere mining elements I haven’t even heard of. The deliberate untraceability that Somehow allows us to turn away. 
Our technology, more ubiquitous even than sugar. 
I’m not really sure where I am going with this caption, it was going to be about sweet peas. 
Just probably to say awareness being the start and a googling after facts and ways to change. But only a start. 
The lowest estimate of the extent of modern slavery today is 20 million people.
Pineapple weed ice cream. 
There seems to be two camps in the foraging world at the moment. 
One evolves from back when found foods were an important everyday part of our diets - from wild spring greens to hedgerow brambles - the other from a very high end cheffy chasing of flavour. 
I am usually firmly in the first camp, with my basket of nettles and my billhook, but last week I took a little detour into weird flavour hunting and made Pineapple weed ice cream - from a type of very common wild chamomile that (kind of) tastes of pineapple. 
The recipe is on my blog and is delicious- you can get to it by clicking through my profile. 
What is the weirdest flavour ice cream you’ve ever eaten?
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At Snapdragon we gently guide you through bringing the changing seasons into your daily life, helping you slow down, so that you can experience increased well being, calm and creativity.

Through our communities, both free and paid for, through Jane's writing on the blog, through carefully hand crafted gifts and activity kits, and through our online and in-person workshops we aim to bring people back in touch with the rhythms of a seasonal life.

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