– Beautiful art handmade by Helena –
From my studio in the Creative Quarter of Nottingham I hand make beautiful gifts to inspire and empower kids from 1 to 92 years old. It’s a family affair with my husband creating the poems you see on the products and my two children and Maisie-the-Dog providing inspiration (and doggy kisses!)
you notice our products make you feel emotion then we’re thrilled about
that. We do everything straight from the heart, hoping to inspire and
bring clearer meaning to the joys and challenges in life and adding
reassurance that we are all treasured (who ever we are).
Everything you see on the website is created by me and has been hand drawn, painted, printed and collaged to bring you beautiful, heart felt pieces that make perfect gifts.
I hope you love having a browse through the pages and feel inspired and empowered too!
– Be kind every day –
We believe in giving back at every opportunity and doing no harm whether that’s to the planet or to other people.
Staying well is also top of the agenda for us and we think that putting your mind and body wellness first is something you should do every day.
We are offering a free download of our Wellness Print which you can print out and pop on the fridge as a reminder to be kind to yourself. And we have a range of stay well art to further inspire you here!
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It's International Pride month where usually we'd see a host of events taking place globally. London Pride would have been this weekend on the 27th June. It marks 51 years since the Stonewall Riots took place in New York. The Stonewall riots are widely considered to be one of the most important events leading to the gay liberation movement and the modern fight for LGBT+ rights. We head into Nottingham most years for Pride. We know it's a protest and not a party but we have kids who need to feel comfortable with what ever their sexuality is and this is one way we can say to them "it's fine". It's also an opportunity to have more serious discussions about...