For those of you who haven't heard of 'Not on the High Street', it is a website that curates individual sellers products in to one amazing place (you might see it shortened to NOTHS on twitter). It began as a handmade and personalised haven, and although it now accepts bigger stores, who don't make their own work, there is still an excellent standard of work on there. As a shopper, it's super easy to use, and really easy to fill the 'basket' very quickly! I guess it's kinda like a huge more diverse version of my shop. Ok maybe I'm being a bit generous to myself, but it's cool.
Also, to save confusion, I've simplified how I sell online. I now sell ONLY my own work on Not on the High Street and Etsy (which is an American version of NOTHS but we can use it to!). However, the shop here on our own website represents the artists we sell in our bricks and mortar shop (including mine). I've also added the 3 options on here so you can go directly to your preferred site.
This year has been a big year for my work so far. I now sell my mugs, cushions, bags, cards and prints in other shops around the UK (Flossy Teacake in Derbyshire, The Gift Gallery in York, CycleMiles and Cyclechic online, NDCycles in Somerset, Chirpy in Leeds and The North York Moors National Park Visitor Centre) so I'm afraid I'm coming at you from all angles.
As ever I am constantly appreciative of your support, for reading, for liking the instagrams, for buying cards and gifts and for pushing me to carry on designing.
This past month, I've designed a new range of cards and FINALLY finished my Yorkshire map print. I also have a new range of prints that I'm starting work on this week.
All in all, a busy 6 months, and I'm ready for an even busier 6 to come. Bring it on!