Bespoke Watercolour Wedding Guestbook Canvas


When my partner and I got married, we knew that we wanted something unique for our friends and family to share their messages. We were never likely to look through an old guestbook, and we wanted something that really suited our theme.

I created a skyline of all of the important places in our life. Our wedding theme was centred around places of significance to us and we wanted to share that with our loved ones. The skyline includes where we got married, where we spent many family holidays, where was on our bucket list for years and of course, there was plenty of space left around it for everyone to sign.

One of my favourite things was, we could use the same image for our thank you cards after the big day!

Your watercolour and pen canvas would be entirely bespoke to fit your theme. It could include places that are meaningful to you and your partner, or it could include your pets, loved ones, your favourite rides at Disneyland – you name it!

I charge a fixed price for the number of hours of work plus the cost of the material. The price will vary depending on the canvas size and the complexity of the design, but I will always try to be reasonable and transparent. The variations in this listing give you a rough idea of the price for different sizes, but if you have any questions please do not hesitate to message me directly over on Etsy.

Interested? You can shop this here.

Goldfinch and Robin Commission

pen, watercolour

I’ve recently had a couple of watercolour commissions. One was a gift, the Robin, and then the lady liked it so much that she requested a matching goldfinch.

IpadArtChallenge Day 20

Challenges, Digital

In 2020 I realised I am way more of a perfectionist than I thought I was. The solution to that is to churn out as many happy digital birds as possible.

Day 20: An Angelic Arctic Tern.

Fun fact about me, I am slightly obsessed with the Northern Lights. His Dark Materials is my favourite book series and seeing the Northern Lights was number one on my bucket list. So here’s an artic scene – let’s imagine it’s Tilda Vasara’s daemon.

I’m posting them over on my Instagram first (@artjmtinsta) so you can follow along there.