Tammie Norries

Tammie Norries

All my designs are hand drawn and inspired by Scottish wildlife. They feature some of the more well know Scottish wildlife such as puffins (tammie norrie), deer and Scottish thistles ,as well as some of the more unusual ones such as the midgie, Scottish wildcat, bog myrtle and capercaillies.  All my designs are bold, bright and colourful.

I trained in Applied Arts and printmaking and in 2018 won Kirstie’s Handmade Christmas toy competition.

Address

Kilmacolm
Inverclyde
United Kingdom

Website

https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/TammieNorries
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  • A set of 10 brightly coloured postcards inspired by the beautiful Scottish countryside. All the designs are hand drawn and feature Scottish animals and plants.  The 10 designs include : . A Parliament ...
  • These cushion covers are available in A Parcel of Birds, in navy blue, and Highlands, in blush pink and light teal. The hand drawn design has been digitally printed onto the velvet to keep the fine de ...
  •  The greetings cards are brightly coloured and eye catching with hand drawn animals and flowers.  • Printed on luxurious 300gsm card with a matt white non-bleed interior, so you can write with any pen ...
  • This set of five A6 recycled paper notebooks feature bees, highland deer, puffins (tammie norries), owls and a rockpool. The notebooks are brightly coloured and eye catching with hand drawn animals an ...
  • These A5 notebooks are brightly coloured and eye catching with hand drawn animals and flowers. The 6 designs avaiable are: . A Circus of Puffins . A Bevy of Deer  . A Parliament of Owls  . A Rabble of ...
  • The tea towels are digitally printed on 100% cotton to keep the bright colours and fine detail. They measure 46 x 69cm. They have a recycled Kraft paper belly band around the middle.  The eight design ...
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