SamphireArts' Shop Announcement

*Karibu, to my little online store. During my free time I love to keep busy so I make little bespoke prints here and there from my little room on a busy street here in London. I was raised in Kenya and have a very 'Jua Kali'* attitude to what I make hence the recycling or 'upscaling' as they now call it. I like using recycled paper and fabrics in my prints as well as good quality papers ethically sourced and excellent handmade papers (some even have bits actual flowers in it!!)
I don't stock much as I like to prepare it when a customer requests it so every single piece ends up being a special treat from me to you! I hope you will enjoy it as much as I have making it! For every hand-printed tote, I donate £3-5 to a children's charity in Kenya/ UK so please feel free to let me know should you wish to donate your amount to a different charity.

There's more to me, but am not much of a writer so if you'd like to know more please feel free to drop me a line! or even go mad and write me an old fashioned note... I can even supply the stationery! ;-p
Thank you for looking! x

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My materials are:
typography, letter press, screen prints, wood cut, lino, pen and ink, water colours, handmade paper, recycled paper and fabrics or found materials, stitching/tie & threads, and a whole lot of love and soul!
*Jua Kali literally means 'Hot Sun' in Swahili it is/was a thriving industry in Kenya as I was growing up. Run by individuals who made functional things out of metal, wood,