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Thank You Thames Ditton Customers! December 07, 2013 19:44

Thank you to all our Thames Ditton customers today at the Thames Ditton Crafters Christmas Craft Sale at The Dittons Library in Surrey. We had a lovely day, met loads of lovely people, and also stocked up on Christmas presents from our fellow traders!

Best sellers today:

  

1. Black & white longtail in London plane tree  2. Robin - yellow background

 


Autumn Greeting Cards - Longtails in a London Plane Tree September 20, 2012 14:40

Just in case you can't decide which longtail greeting card to buy, I've put a pack of three up for sale on the multi-pack page with one of each of the designs: a black and white one; an orange and black one; and a three colour one - pink, orange and black.

So now you can buy some lovely new cards for the autumn season!



Longtail in London Plane August 20, 2012 22:04 1 Comment

Here's a brand new lino print for sale! It's a little longtail tit sitting in a London Plane tree. The paper is lokta natural - very fragile and almost transparent. Look on the lino print page for more details. Two and three colour reduction prints will be ready soon, along with greeting cards with this design. Watch this space.



Just Hanging Out ... August 10, 2012 13:19

  

 

Here are some new lino prints hanging out to dry, black and white long tail tits sitting in a London plane tree, printed on lovely lokta natural paper. There are some three colour reduction ones of the long tails coming soon, which - when they're dry! - will be ready for creating new greeting cards.


Work in Progress: Long Tail in London Plane Tree July 05, 2012 11:13

Here's a sneaky preview of a new design coming soon.

 

You can see the lino block on the safety bench hook (yes, that's lino - the same as you may have on your kitchen floor!). You can also see the print taken from the block is in reverse - a bit tricky if you're doing letters or numbers.

And that round thing is a seed from a London plane tree - really prickly. And that's a long tail tit sitting in the tree: the next colour to be printed will be black, so that will be a three colour reduction lino print.