A break from the norm.

By Fay Miladowska / 08 September 2010

I just have a little time to share with you the break I took with my boyfriend a few weeks ago in Mevagissey, Cornwall. When we took our first holiday together I discovered a lovely little place, very unspoilt, called Polperro. It rained for most of the week, however it just added to the fun of dashing between showers into the local restaurants and shops. On this break, from what has been an incredibly busy…

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Product Great Britain!

By Fay Miladowska / 24 August 2010

My greetings cards have been certified as a Great British product and will be featured on the GB Product trail at Top Drawer Autumn (September 12-14th) Olympia, London. My products were approved for the GB product trail by independent adjudicator David Nicholls, Design Editor from The Telegraph Magazine. ‘Top Drawer once again demonstrates its support for the ever-popular Product GB trail – an initiative which champions the national economy and locally-made products. With the effects…

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Putting my glad rags on.

By Fay Miladowska / 23 August 2010

Whilst away in Cornwall for a few days, having a break from the day to day routine, I received a call from The Prince’s Trust to say that I have been selected as one of three finalists out of the 30 entered for The Business Enterprise Award. This means that in November I will be attending the Celebrate Success evening where the winners are announced. It’s all very exciting, especially as it will be an…

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By Fay Miladowska / 01 August 2010

It has all been a little hush hush, but a few weeks ago I was told that ‘Fay’s Studio’ is being nominated for The Prince’s Trust Business Enterprise Award. I was speechless and really pleased to have been chosen for this award category. ‘Celebrate Success is The Prince’s Trust recognition awards, celebrating young people who have changed their lives and those who have played a part in supporting the work of The Trust. A series…

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By Fay Miladowska / 28 July 2010

I have to admit it took me a while to get used to designing on A3 format having never made a catalogue before any larger than A4. I am really thrilled with the results. As I am exhibiting at Top Drawer in September and there is a lean towards the Christmas buying market I wanted my catalogue to celebrate my first Christmas card collection. I have been really excited by designing a Christmas range and…

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