Nina screenprints onto ceramics and prints, but also 'repurposes' old crockery with new designs.
Do you like how I included the print and the milk jug, for diversity and range, when really all I want to post about are the 'new' vintage plates?
I can't help it - here's more:
What about this one? Just the thing to cheer up a plate collection which is verging on granny-style overload? Well, admire it all you like, but it won't be yours as I bought it within about 2 minutes of reading about her.
Also, if you haven't heard about it already, I would highly recommend reading Home Shopping Spy. It is affiliated to Ideal Home magazine, so often it has fantastic finds ahead of the game (winter Toast catalogue anyone?) It's actually a blog I don't like to read too often, lest I fall into complete blog lethargy and re-blog every single thing they write about instead of finding something original myself. So far, total demeanours in the last week, 2 (fully credited of course.)
Fancy repurposing your own plate? See here. Let's just say I will definitely be adding plate decorating to my list of craft activities which sound brilliant but which I will ultimately never get around to doing.