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Add a Milk Hot Chocolate SpoonAdd a Milk Hot Chocolate SpoonOur price: £2.50Or just £1.80 for our members!ViewThese luscious milk hot chocolate spoons are made by Cocoa Loco from silky smooth milk chocolate using the finest single origin beans in the Dominican Republic. This handmade chocolate is vegan, fair-trade certified, palm oil free and organic too, making the perfect gift for any chocolate lover.Ballet Shoes Personalised Water BottleBallet Shoes Personalised Water BottleOur price: £15.00Or just £8.05 for our members!ViewOur beautiful personalised ballet themed water bottle is a great practical gift for a ballet loving girl.Bright Name Personalised Pencil TinBright Name Personalised Pencil TinOur price: £14.00Or just £7.86 for our members!View Send them off to school in style with all their pencils stored neatly in a bright pencil tin with their name on it.Available in:
Child's Drawing Personalised Desk TidyChild's Drawing Personalised Desk TidyOur price: £14.00Or just £8.47 for our members!View These pen pots can be printed with your children' s drawings to make a fantastic practical gift which will be treasured.Child's Drawing Personalised Plant PotChild's Drawing Personalised Plant PotOur price: £18.00Or just £9.55 for our members!ViewCreate a unique personalised plant pot from your children's drawings or handwriting - the perfect gift for grandparents, aunties, friends and teachers. Child's Embroidered Chicken ApronChild's Embroidered Chicken ApronOur price: £25.00Or just £12.50 for our members!ViewThis limited edition apron has a canvas pocket embroidered by Jane with a chickens and bees design.
Children's Garden Tools SetChildren's Garden Tools SetOur price: £5.95Or just £2.90 for our members!ViewGarden fork, spade and trowel three piece tools setChildren's Gardening Gift SetChildren's Gardening Gift SetOur price: £35.00Or just £18.00 for our members!View We designed this children's gardening gift set to encourage children to grow up loving the outdoors and, as importantly, to make it easy for parents and grandparents to let them garden.Children's seed packChildren's seed packOur price: £4.50Or just £2.67 for our members!ViewA little pack of childrens' seeds - chosen because they are easy to handle and fast to grow - packed up with 3 wooden labels and a pencil in a pretty kraft string and washer envelope.
Dinosaur personalised pencil tinDinosaur personalised pencil tinOur price: £14.00Or just £8.05 for our members!ViewA personalised pencil tin for dinosaur lovers. Dinosaur Personalised Water BottleDinosaur Personalised Water BottleOur price: £15.00Or just £8.05 for our members!ViewThis dinosaur water bottle is the perfect gift for dinosaur lovers and can be personalised with a name or message.Flamingo In A Meadow Personalised Water BottleFlamingo In A Meadow Personalised Water BottleOur price: £15.00Or just £8.05 for our members!ViewThis is the water bottle I take to the gym. I like to take a stand against the bland plastic gym wear - just because it is a gym doesn't mean that it has to be ugly.
Kraft cover Notebooks pack of 5Kraft cover Notebooks pack of 5Our price: £5.00Or just £2.50 for our members!View We are getting rid of these Kraft notebooks at an amazing price.Mad Hens Pencil TinMad Hens Pencil TinOur price: £14.00Or just £7.86 for our members!ViewThis fun mad hens pencil tin is ideal for back to school and for storing all those new pencils. Available in:Monochrome Initial Personalised Water BottleMonochrome Initial Personalised Water BottleOur price: £15.00Or just £8.05 for our members!ViewWe all need to drink more water and this elegant personalised water bottle solves the problem of whose bottle is whose!
Paint your own bird house personalised kitPaint your own bird house personalised kitOur price: £28.00Or just £15.25 for our members!ViewThis children's activity kit contains everything that you need to decorate a wooden birdhouse for your garden - all stored in a sturdy and practical drawstring bag.Unicorn In A Meadow Personalised Desk TidyUnicorn In A Meadow Personalised Desk TidyOur price: £12.00Or just £7.15 for our members!View Unicorn lovers will adore this beautiful ceramic pen pot to keep their desks tidy.Unicorn In A Meadow Personalised Water BottleUnicorn In A Meadow Personalised Water BottleOur price: £15.00Or just £8.05 for our members!ViewThis beautiful water bottle is a stunning and unique gift for anyone who loves unicorns.
Unicorns Personalised Pencil tinUnicorns Personalised Pencil tinOur price: £14.00Or just £7.86 for our members!ViewThese pretty unicorn pencil tins can be personalised with a name or short phrase on the top - one way to stop them getting lost.
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Yesterday marked 32 years since Euan and my first date. I spent time looking through photo albums for a record of that time. There weren’t any photos - I don’t think I had a camera or the cash needed to develop photos back then - but there were a few pressed flowers. ⠀
I don’t know what they were from, I should have labelled them, but they obviously meant enough to keep. ⠀
This photo is of the little brass frame from our Flower Press kit that was the most recent Studio Box. We have a few left packed up and after that it will be repackaged as a more expensive gift version. ⠀
If you were thinking of buying one, either as a one off or as the start of a quarterly subscription you can find out more by clicking the link in my profile.
Poppies are really the best cut flowers. Especially if you are stuck inside and can watch them gradually open. All varieties work - from wild corn poppies to the flamboyant oriental poppies. ⠀
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Cut them in full bud, if you can see the petals just about to burst through that’s perfect. ⠀
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Sear the bottom inch of stem in boiling water for 5 seconds and then arrange. The lower stem will go black so best in an opaque vase. ⠀
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If you recut above the black line you need to re-sear. ⠀
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They should last 5 days. 5 days of wonder.
Yesterday was the first hot day, the first day in the garden when I didn’t feel that all my poor plants are shivering and shrinking. ⠀
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It was also the first day for weeks that I had completely clear, no plans, no work, nothing but time to potter and plant. Glorious. ⠀
What is your weekend like? ⠀
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(Today it is back to being windy but I don’t care as I’m also back at work, prepping everything so that we are ready to send out the magazine part of A Seasonal Way next week)
How do you manage different layers of privacy, vulnerability and messy beginnings online?  I was musing about this yesterday, all the different things I put out into the world - and how I choose where to post them. ⠀
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How I choose what to post here, what goes out in my general newsletter, what goes into my Studio Members Newsletter and what gets posted into my (free) closed Facebook Group Snapdragon Studio Bee. ⠀
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It’s all subtle stuff, the difference I suppose in what you would talk about in a live interview and what you would chat to the interviewer about later, off the record, over coffee. Both conversations are likely honest and true, but one might still be evolving and feel too unformed, too fragile for public consumption.⠀
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I’ve decided to document my beginnings with screen printing in the Snapdragon Studio Bee Facebook Group - it’s a really supportive group and I’ve no fear of judgment in there - if you want to join you would be really welcome. It’s thankfully not a competitive, ego driven group so I think I will feel very comfortable sharing the things that don’t work as well as those that do.
Yesterday was a stressful day.  Our big printer, which does all the textile things, keeled over with a fatal error.⠀
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Repair is seemingly not possible, replacement too expensive.  We had to take about 40% of the things we sell off various websites.  It's not ideal.⠀
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But after I'd got over the frustration of number crunching and having to cancel orders, it seemed like an opportunity really.⠀
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Val and I have been talking about screen printing since the beginning of the year - it is one of the reasons we cleared the workshop so that there is a long central working space.⠀
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I want to be able to draw directly on the screens - and play about with the technique a bit, make the results really immediate, sketched, mine.⠀
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I've ordered supplies and will be working away playing with the technique over the next week or so.⠀
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Sometimes it seems that when I don't move fast enough towards something, fate just seems to create mayhem until there are no other options left but to just ‘do it’. ⠀
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Does anyone else find that?
What is your favourite way to make a house a home? 
I'm not a tidy person - my natural persona is more like Thing 1 and Thing 2 in the Cat in the Hat, everywhere I have been, there is a trail of mess left behind. ⠀
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When I wanted to leave my job as a museum curator Euan said I could do anything I wanted to, he would always support my decision, as long as I didn't attempt to become a housewife because I would be truly terrible at it.⠀
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On Tuesdays though Izabella comes and cleans the house for us (this is why my embroidery morning is a Tuesday, so I can keep out of the way)⠀
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Walking back into the house on a Tuesday lunchtime is always such a lovely feeling - the kitchen is tidy, the floors mopped, order is restored.⠀
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I try to take advantage of the sense of homeliness by doing some of the things I am good at - arranging flowers, cooking.  Often I do so much of these faffing about domestic things that I have managed to make the kitchen a mess by the time anyone else gets home.⠀
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The plum poppies are blooming.  A week late, but here to say happy anniversary Jenny and Jeremy. #ayearinflowers #week24
How tidy are you? Do you like everything out and to hand or do you prefer clear surfaces and blank space?

It’s Tuesday today so that means my embroidery day as I build up a little collection of limited edition works which then go up into the webshop on the last Friday of each month. (Studio members get first dibs and then the link goes into my newsletter later in the day)

I took this photo yesterday afternoon of the bench that is next to my sewing machine. Untidied, un-arranged, but with rather nice light coming in the window. 
There is a half made doorstop, some piles of cut wool to be embroidered and the threads I like to have near at hand. You can see that the wall where I work used to have tiles on it, you can see that I’m neither neat nor organised. 
Showing my day - a 10 second photo, full of reality, potential, and life is what I meant when I talked about doing and Social media last week. 
#doingnotseeming
I welcomed the rain yesterday - it didn't seem so bad to be indoors proofing the final version of the A Seasonal Way magazine.⠀This goes alongside the e-course and community and is at the heart of the whole thing 🌱
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It goes to print tomorrow so I need to decide the final numbers today.  I'm not going to be able to print another run, but equally I don't want to be left with lots of copies.⠀
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So today is the last day to order to guarantee that your A Seasonal Way has a hard copy rather than a digital copy of the magazine part.⠀
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This article is about off grid holidays, why they appeal and what we get from them.  The mug in the background with coffee is by @amandabanhamceramics.⠀
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You can find out more about the A Seasonal Way course by clicking through my profile, or in the A Seasonal Way story highlight.  I would love it if you felt you could share about what I'm doing here!  The more people join in, the better the community will be.
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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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