Poll: Prints! Which ones would you like to purchase?

A dodgy panorama photo of lots of my recent drawings laid out on my bed.

You’ve been asking for prints for months and months and now I think I’m ready to deliver! Before I go ahead and order prints, it’d be really helpful to get an idea of which prints people would purchase and how many I should order.

You can vote as many times as you want, but please keep in mind that you should only check off art work that you’d buy pieces of (otherwise I’ll be ordering way too much and that will make me poor and sad!)

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A watercolour and ink illustration of a white skinned woman wearing an assortment of pastry delicacies on her head in place of hair as she licks her upper lip.

Your sharp eye might have noticed a new drawing, or rather, a new version of an existing sketch! I illustrated Pastry Queen on A3 paper, adding even more pastries to her crusty bouffant.

If you are interested in buying any of the original art pieces, I’m open to selling them too. I’ve had interest for a number of pieces so I will be giving dibs to those who are first in!
A5 pieces are $140
A4 pieces are $210
A3 pieces are $280
Contact me here and let me know which piece of art you’d like to buy. (Postage and handling is extra.)

I’m not yet sure how much prints will cost but they will definitely be affordable. I can’t wait!

Don’t forget to sign up to the Fancy Lady Industries mailing list to find out when I reopen the shop and get prints in stock!


  1. Oh my goodness, I don’t even know. One day I will be rich and buy an original artwork from you. It’s my life dream!

  2.  RedBubble and other print on demand services have limitations that bother me. I can’t control the layout of the prints, as there are only limited dimensions and the image is cropped randomly to fit within those dimensions. Also, the prints are geared towards photography rather than illustrations (hence the dimension limitation). If I sell my art through print on demand, I have no option to do limited prints (numbered  and signed). It’s something I’d like to do!

    The company I am getting my prints done through do fine art prints exclusively so I feel a lot better about approaching prints this way. A bonus is that I get   control over postage and handling, and so I can slip in extra goodies! There are some drawbacks though, such as having to order a quantity and keep the stock on hand, not knowing if I will have prints leftover. So it’s something I’m approaching cautiously!

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