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Latest Blog Posts for Maybush Studio

  • Preparing a heat-loving Beagle for winter
    on Dec 19, 2016 in dogs
    The other week during our first blast of serious winter weather I encountered a neighbour on the dog walk who greeted me with the words “I’ve just met a Beagle wearing a very smart coat.” We both looked down at my undressed Beagle a...
  • Free downloadable wine bottle labels for teachers
    on Dec 14, 2016 in design
    I like to keep it really simple for teachers at the end of term, so I mostly buy them wine. I figure if they’ve been teaching for any length of time they must already have a whole houseful of Best Teacher mugs, handmade gifts, orchids and hand...
  • Why we’re cutting back on spending and waste this Christmas
    on Dec 13, 2016 in simplicity
    I always used to think that people who limited their Christmas spending were either lacking in generosity or lacking in imagination. I thought buying things was an indication of how much I cared about my family and an expression of how well I knew th...
  • Behind the scenes at a Water Babies underwater photo shoot (video)
    on Dec 7, 2016 in family life
    It never ceases to amaze me how two children in the same family can be so different. Whilst Theo still hasn’t cracked swimming (despite classes and lots of encouragement) it was obvious even when Alice was eight months old that water was someth...
  • Home Life Project – December
    on Dec 5, 2016 in photography
    Wow, a whole year of the Home Life Project has passed and I’ve found it such a great motivator to take photos that I otherwise wouldn’t have. Often people assume that because I have a good camera and enjoy photography that I have stacks o...
  • Spare room makeover – A sneak preview of the progress
    on Dec 3, 2016 in diy
    There was a point about a week ago when I was ready to give up on trying to make our spare room makeover work and we even discussed changing round the rooms to put the bed in the study next door where there was more space, but I struggled on and havi...
  • HomeLifeProject – September
    on Sep 5, 2016 in photography
    I’ll be totally honest and admit I’m feeling less than enamored with my photos this month and I’ve been sitting here this evening trying to work out why. Is it the lens I’m using? Is it that I’m distracted by a crawling...
  • How to survive a week on a boat with a crawling baby
    on Sep 1, 2016 in travel
    Last week our family group of twelve (plus two dogs) spent a wonderful seven days on boats exploring the canals in Brittany. Next week I’ll be sharing some photos and video from the trip, but before I do so I wanted to share some tips about how...
  • We’re brand ambassadors for JJ Jiraffe
    on Aug 30, 2016 in fashion
    When Alice was born one of my friends passed on a lovely bundle of baby clothes which included a brilliant pair of multi-coloured leggings. Alice has worn the leggings continually since we gt them receiving lots of compliments from people in the proc...
  • Our garden in August : Out with one tree, in with another
    on Aug 23, 2016 in garden
    This month we said goodbye to a large pine tree in our garden. It was a decision I felt torn about right up until the morning that the tree surgeons arrived, but I’m relieved to say we are delighted with the results. The tree was about 30ft tall an...
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