Bloom Collection for Debenhams

Launching this Autumn is my beautiful new Bloom collection for Debenhams. Full of messy watercolour foliage, inspired by British wildflowers such as foxgloves, cornflowers and forget me nots. Teamed with inky polka dots, hand painted geos and quirky wording. A gorgeous range of kitchen and tableware to instantly update your home.
Exclusive to Debenhams. 

New Beach Towels

My new beach towels are now available online. There is a fun and colourful deck chair scene with a super sweet wish you were here stamp. And also a beach essentials scene made from an original a watercolour painting of mine. Made with super-soft pure cotton for added comfort they are the perfect accessory for the beach or poolside.

Exclusively at Debenhams
Pink Deck Chair Beach Towel, £20

Beach Scene Beach Towel, £20

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Spring 2017 for Debenhams

My new spring collection for Debenhams is now available in stores across the UK now.
This years collection is a fruity tutti arrange of watercolor prints, colourful spots and stripes and playful slogans. It's a really cheerful collection of kitchenware with everything you need for perfect summer entertaining.
New products to this years range include the Hello Sunshine Mason Jar perfect for homemade lemonade, watercolour spot cool bag and lunch bag which is a totally new shape for us. It looks great with the bright coloured zippers and handles don't you think?

Multi-coloured Set of Three Tea Towels, £14

Fruit Print Double Oven Gloves, £15

Hello Sunshine Mason Jar, £6

Multi-coloured Spot Melamine Dinner Plate, £5.50

Hello Sunshine Melamine Side Plate, £5

Lemon Print Melamine Bowl, £5

Sunshine on a Cloudy Day Tray, £10 

Pink Spot Print Cool Bag, £30

Light Green Spot Print Lunch Bag, £15

Multi-coloured Spot Print Tumbler, £5

Multi-coloured Spot Fleece Picnic Rug, £18

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S/S17 sketchbook

My Spring collection is starting to appear online at and is being delivered to stores over the next few weeks. I thought I'd share some of my watercolour prints that feature on the new collection. The range is full of handpainted fruits and flowers. Blotchy spot prints and wobbly handpainted stripes. These gorgeous prints are perfect for bringing a touch of summer to your home, whether the weather is on our side or not! From picnic rugs and melamine to kitchen textiles there is everything you need for outdoor dining this summer. I'll be featuring the product range soon, so stay tuned.

Mother's Day Afternoon Tea

It's Mother's day this Sunday, why not spoil her with some afternoon tea treats. These homemade miniature scones and brownies are really easy to whip up in an afternoon. And they keep really well in an air tight container too. So you can make them a few days in advance. They are sooo tasty and guaranteed to impress your Mum with your baking skills, even if your a hopeless cook.

I due to become a Mother myself in a few weeks time which is a very strange feeling. I can't imagine what it's going to be like. It makes me feel closer to my own Mum as carrying a child has been such an amazing journey. It's an incredible roller coaster of emotions of exciting highs and worrying lows. We are counting down the days now until we meet our baby!

Blueberry & Lemon Scones

You'll need...
50g butter
200g Self Raising Flour
50g caster sugar
A pinch of salt
50g blueberries
1 lemon
1/4pt milk
50g Icing sugar

To Make...
Rub the butter into the flour, add the caster sugar, salt and whole blueberries.
Finely grate the lemon rind and add to the bowl.
Mix in the milk with a round bladed knife to make into a soft dough.
Knead lightly on a floured board, separate into 8-12 pieces. Roll these in a ball and then flatten them into disk shapes cut the edges off with a small crinkle circular cutter. 
Brush tops with a little milk to glaze.

Bake at 200oC in preheated oven for 10-12mins or until risen and brown.
Mix the icing sugar with lemon juice until smooth and runny.
Drizzle the icing over the top of the scones with the back of a spoon 
when the scones are completely cold.

Pear & Macadamia Nut Brownies

You'll need...
250g butter
500g caster sugar
100g cocoa powder
4 eggs, beaten
100g self-raising flour
2 ripe pears
100g macadamia nuts

Melt all the butter in a large mixing bowl in the microwave or in a saucepan over a low heat.
Add the sugar and cocoa powder, mixing well. Leave to cool.
Meanwhile peel the pears, cut out the core and dice into small pieces.
Roughly chop the macadamia nuts.
Beat the eggs and add to the cocoa mixture.
Then add the flour, followed by the nuts and pear pieces.
Preheat the oven to 180oC, Pour the mixture into a baking tin (mine was 20x30cm)
Bake for 35mins, or until set on top. Take care not to overcook them, they should be soft and gooey.
Leave to cool completely and cut into approx 24 pieces.

 Photographed using my Heirloom ceramic collection at Debenhams.
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Available for until May 2017

SS17 for Debenhams

My new Spring/Summer collection for Debenhams has now started to appear online.
It's a gorgeous range of picnic wear and kitchen textiles. Perfect for alfresco dinning, when spring finally arrives! This year the collection is full of hand-painted fruits and flower, inky spots and even a quirky lemonade glass with watercolour lemon slices!

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Sneak Peek: Spring 2017

With a new year comes a new collection of course, so here is a sneak peek of my Spring/Summer range for Debenhams. This collection is a fun, colourful, cheerful range perfect for alfresco dining. Full of handpainted fruits, flowers, watercolour spots and happy slogans. The range is due to hit stores in March 2017.

Photos from the Debenhams SS17 press show click here for the video of the event.
Products available exclusively at Debenhams from March 2017

Last Minute Mince Pies

These last minute mince pies are perfect to whip up with the kids on Christmas eve to leave out for Santa. They are bite size, light and packed with flavour. With crispy filo pastry cases, dried fruit centers and topped with a marzipan star. So easy you can do them with all the family to keep them busy on the run up to the big day.

You'll need...
1 packet of filo pastry (250g)
1 jar of mincemeat (400g)
50g butter
200g golden marzipan (ready to roll)

To make...
Take your filo pastry out of the fridge (but not out of the plastic wrapper) leave to adjust to room temperature for a couple of hours before you start.
Preheat the oven to 200oC
Melt the butter in the microwave for 30seconds then take two 12 hole baking tin and lightly brush with the butter.
Unfold the filo pastry, take one sheet, brush with butter then top with another sheet.
Cut into 8 pieces, brush one side with butter and fold each piece in half.
Push the filo pieces into the prepared tray, filling each hole.
Brush with a little butter on the edges of the pastry cases.
Bake for 10 mins.
Roll out the marzipan to the width of a pound coin.
Cut out star shapes using a small star cutter.
Take the filo cases out the oven and add a spoonful of mincemeat and top with a marzipan star.
Put back in the oven for 5 mins.

Christmas Tableware

Christmas dinner made easy with my limited edition tableware at Debenhams. The collection features hand-painted song lyrics, robins and leaping deers, perfect to get you and your guests into the festive spirit.

Exclusive to Debenhams 
Shop in stores nationwide or online for a limited time only. Items from £5.