Love the Little Things: an IN-terview with Jacqui Peckett

Jacqui has always had a passion for sketching and drawing characters, and since 2010 when her first granddaughter was born, she has been inspired to turn her hobby into a career. After creating personalised artwork to hang up in the nursery she was encouraged by friends and family to give her love of illustration more of a career focus.

There is currently 6 hand sketched designs to choice from all of which are Jacqui’s original ideas, which have then been digitally drawn and coloured. Each piece can be personalised with the baby’s name and date of birth creating the perfect keepsake.

The designs are high quality laser jet prints which come double mounted and framed all ready to hang. Jacqui has thought of every little detail and the products arrive wrapped and boxed up ready to go.

Love the Little Things re-launched on Wednesday 20th September and the website is now live for you to browse.

Jacqui has big plans for the future which include extending her collection and offering gift vouchers which will be a perfect present for anyone who has any upcoming baby showers!

https://www.lovethelittlethings.org/

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