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Tuesday, 1 November 2011

One Timid Babbler

I am proud to announce that I have illustrated a book, and it is now available on my website, priced at £5.99
This is a delightful little counting book for children. Hannah's birds are gradually mutiplying on the pages, from Chestnut Ruffles to Fiery Smidgeons. Perched in trees or on telegraph wires. Children can count the diiffernet groups of birds, from 1 to 10, and then add them up as they return to a safe distance from a whiskered predator!

Tuesday, 27 September 2011

An old mention "Wee Birdy"

I was recently talking to a friend about blogs that I love, and this one came to mind. It all seems to have gone a bit quiet post-baby, but includes a lovely write-up on Whitstable, Kent.

Wednesday, 15 June 2011

A blog to watch

I try to keep an eye on other bloggers and noticed that I had been featured on this one. It covers all kinds of contemporary interiors stuff and shows how lovely and simple this blogging thing can be. A big thank you for the coverage!

Sunday, 5 June 2011

Father's day second's sale

anybody out there looking for a bargain gift for Father's day?

 Look no further than my facebook group second's sale. there are some super savings to be had!

Thursday, 26 May 2011

Cat lovers check this out!

My cheeky feline creations are featured in this month's "Your Cat" magazine.

Friday, 20 May 2011

Bex Hogan: Coaster Time!

Bex Hogan: Coaster Time!: "This post is a little late, but here are my coasters of choice this week! How gorgeous are these designs from Hannah Turner Ceramics? I fir..."

Thursday, 19 May 2011

seeking inspiration

I am in the throes of designing my new tableware range, and hungry for creative inspiration I have been scouring antiques arcades, junk shop, car boot sales, you name it! My favourite collection of stuff so far has to be at my friends Sarah and Kev's house though. They have been hoarding 50s and 60s china for the past few years and have quite a collection now. The favourite has to be the "gay gobbler" Midwinter plate, designed by Jessie Tait. As much for it's title as the style!