New personalised Automotive baby boy print & an exciting feature by Bump to Baby blogger Alex

Afternoon all! I absolutely love it when I find the time to sit down and create new prints and products, and I recently did just that! I’m excited to share my new personalised baby boy Automotive print with you, now available from notonthehighstreet. This print makes a superb custom gift to mark the birth or christening of a relative or friends little baby boy… Or you could order one yourself as a keepsake for your own little one! Your name, birth month and year will be hand cut in navy blue paper. The wording will then be scanned and added to the artwork digitally, and printed to create your personalised flat print. The lovely Alex who writes the BumptoBaby blog shared a fab photo of the personalised prints I snipped up for her little ones Logan and Ethan (below!)

 

papercut art notonthehighstreet

 

papercut automotive print notonthehighstreet Isobel Barber

 

bump to baby notonthehighstreet print Isobel Barber

 

Isobel x

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*NEW* Noah’s Ark personalised new baby print on Notonthehighstreet!

Brand new print up on my notonthehighstreet storefront! The perfect personalised print to mark the birth or christening of a relative or friends little bundle of joy! The print comes personalised with the little ones name and date of birth, a custom gift to be treasured forever. You can order yours here!

Isobel Barber papercut new baby print notonthehighstreet

Isobel Barber notonthehighstreet papercut illustration

new baby notonthehighstreet papercut print

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New poppy print products!

Jolly excited to have new products available from society6 with my poppy print alllll over them… including iphone and ipod cases, stationery cards and wall clocks to name a few 🙂

 

Isobel Barber

Isobel Barber

Isobel Barber

 

Have a wonderful weekend x

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New papercut illustration- ‘Tapas Table for Two’

One of my many illustrative ambitions is to illustrate a cookbook, so to help me on my way, I started a little personal foodie project last week. To build on my portfolio, as well as practice my photoshop skills, I will be whipping up some scrummy papercuts over the next few weeks… Starting with a Spanish themed table for two!

 

Isobel Barber

 

To create the printed wallpaper in the background I first of all created a little hand papercut pattern (below). After some minor tweeking on photoshop, I then turned this into a repeat print (below below). This is far easier said than done!… So to help anyone who wishes to create their own repeat pattern, I am currently in the midst of creating a little tutorial which I shall post soon.

 

Spanish pattern papercut Isobel Barber

 

 

Papercut print Isobel Barber

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