I’ve had requests for purchasing new cushion designs and yes you can order directly :)…
Next Friday will be the cut off date for orders and cushions will be with you within one month (as I need to get labels made up etc).
Cushions cost £30 each, are printed and made in the UK, they measure 40 x 41cm and are made on vegan friendly fabric (lovely and soft, similar to faux suede).
I’ll need to take payments this week to pay for orders (P&P can be paid for later on).
These are the five most popular designs but if you’d like another design just let me know and I can pop it in the order 🙂
Email me on: email@example.com
I’m just getting some stock together to sell at ‘The Whitecross Street Party’ – I’ll be there from midday ‘Face-Tagging’ for Premier Art…………….See you there (more pictures to come).
Premier Art will have a stand at Whitecross Street Party on the 21st and 22nd of July 2012- where Whitecross St will be filled with activities and awesome street art:
‘ We will also have a new interactive photo booth called ‘TAG YOU FACE’, where we will literally be tagging your face! (not in the graffiti sense but tagging your face on facebook) Get your photo taken in Olympic gear and have some Olympic style face paint on which will be painted on by our talented artists and helpers, these photos will be available for you to see the following week on http://www.facebook.com/premiereart where we will be TAGGING YOUR FACE!’ – Premier Art
– I shall be facepainting on the Saturday and will have a few ‘Miss V Designs’ goodies up for sale, it will be a fantastic day, pop along!
I am very excited about exhibiting my work at “The Curious
Crafts Exhibition”, to be held at the Curious Duke Gallery, 207 Whitecross Street, London. I will be launching a selection of my most recent framed Fashion Illustrations as well as some hand printed neck scarves which I also exhibited at my degree show.
This exhibition’s stated objective is “to display the most
exciting, innovative and contemporary of crafts, bringing a whole new meaning to the word.
It will showcase a broad spectrum of craft disciplines including jewellery, textiles, millinery, ceramics and glassware and is on from 3rd November (Private View 6-9pm) – 17th
November 2011, so is most definitely worth a visit!