A little while ago I celebrated my first year anniversary of my blog. I believe the kids call it a Blogiversary! And as I am down with the kids I’ve decided to celebrate my 1st year with a give away.
My blog started as a way to show some of my ideas for accessibility in the home to deal with disabilities together with my passion for interiors. In past year I’ve seen my audience grow and I’ve received an Amara Interior Blog Award Best Newcomer nomination and a Domino Magazine Best Newcomer Design Blog nomination.
I’ve had a very interesting year with the blog and I’m growing in confidence, I hope you’ll continue to read and to enjoy and comment on my posts.
I couldn’t be more pleased with how things are going and I hope it’ll continue to grow!
So to celebrate I joined forces with the wonderful ladies at New Icons of Print who are famous for their song lyric typography (and much more) to design a custom print.
I wanted to feature the words by Oasis as a nod to the way we approach the disability and the wheelchair we have in the home. It’s a lovely print with different colours and pin pricks of light.
It’s a CUSTOM design currently not on sale on their website but – I have ONE unframed A4 print to giveaway over on my Instagram page. Go ahead and head over there for details on how to enter before 6pm (UK time) Sunday 22nd October 2017.
In addition I have a 20% off code ROLL20 for anything on New Icons of Print website before midnight Friday 27th October 2017. Please go and look at their site, the ladies do a wonderful job in designing new prints and have a great sense of style.
THANKS FOR SUPPORTING THE BLOG!
Note: This is a picture of the print, leaning against the wall with some objects for size and context – the giveaway is for the print only!
4 thoughts on “Celebration of my 1 year Blogiversary”
I came across your blog today and I can’t tell you how excited I am to read it. I love interiors and we’ve been slowly doing our home up over the last few years. Unfortunately I became disabled myself 3 years ago with a neurological disorder and eds so our vision and ideas have had to be changed somewhat. I don’t use a wheelchair in the home as yet but we’ve had to adapt our family home to accommodate my needs e.g. the bathroom which isn’t always easy to do, especially on a budget. I used to be the one to get stuck in and now have to rely on my husband to do the painting which has been a difficult change to get used to…tremors and painting do not gel well but does leave me with more time to read wonderful blogs like yours, look for inspiration and design mood boards for him to work too 😉 x
Thank you so much Lisa for the lovely words. I hope I can help with a little inspiration here and there. There are alternative ways to do things as I hope I try to show. Thanks again 😀
Congratualations on the blogiversary! Keep on rolling on!
Thank you !