I am very excited to announce, that Project Kate will now feature on high-quality phone cases made by Casetify!
I was invited to adapt my recent watercolour pieces for the popular phone case website. Of course I said yes!
The watercolour designs are transparent, a unique feature of Casetify. Case are available for all iPhone models and some Android devices. I will be adding designs for iPad cases and MacBook sleeves soon.
In 2016, I am once again attempting to complete some photo a day challenges. My favourite is the Fat Mum Slim version. Monthly challenges, great community to share along with, with helps with the inspiration and enthusiasm for continuing.
The goal for me always is to do it for a year, 12 monthly challenges, 365 days (or 366 this year). I’ve never made it, so each year I make my plans light-heartedly.
I’ve started the year off on a positive note, with a nice light and bright feel. I feel my photography style has morphed more recently into lighter, simpler images.
Here is January’s list. I will be posting my images daily on Instagram and Facebook and weekly here on this post for the whole month. Why don’t you join in?!
New year, new goals?
I made this fitness/meal tracker page for my sister for her new 2016 goals and for a limited time, I’m offering it for free as a downloadable printable pdf file. (I may list this in my Etsy Store)
This A5 week on 2 pages insert has room to note all your meals, track your exercise plans or log as well as record water intake. A note section on the right hand side has room to write notes about the week, capture goals, record achievements and generally cheer yourself on!
I’ve made it in 3 colours, pick the one that suits your lifestyle, or get all 3!
Please consider sharing this printable or leaving some love in the comments below.
Before Harry arrived, someone bought me a silicone teething necklace. Something I could wear, but baby Harry could chew on. I wore it to work one day (Harry wasn’t even there, lol), and got so many compliments, and no one new it was a mummy-baby-teething necklace.
Then I had this idea, that I wanted another one, in black. A bit of a corporate wardrobe staple, so I ordered some black beads, and some more black beads, then some red ones. I made myself three necklaces, wore them to work, received more compliments.
I have a number of work colleagues going on maternity leave- what a great gift idea! Necklaces, teething rings – So you guessed it, I bought more beads and next thing you know, I have enough to open a store, almost.
No, I’m not about to go into business selling silicone bead jewellery, but I do have so much more than I need. So to recoup some of the money I invested, I’m going to sell my excess.
These necklaces will be listed on my Facebook page at very cheap prices. There will be more in the new year (I still have beads left).