It's not often that I see and advert and 1) rip it out to put it in the back of my sketch book and 2) Google it to find out more!
What I found was that the latest Kettle Chips adverts have been sewn and painted by Lou Gardiner. Go and have a look at her site and you'll be able to enjoy not just these images, which just show the basic packets, but also a whole range of her work which is stunning! The site is beautifully set out too. I'm still drooling over some of the examples of her work, and wondering if I'd ever be able to produce anything so lovely. Sadly, I think that the answer is 'no', but that won't stop me having fun in my own small way!
Of course, if I could eat crisps whilst crafting without getting greasy fingers on my projects, that would be another great accomplishment!
I'm hoping to find out soon as I'm just preparing another two pieces (the same size as this, 8 1/2" square). Quite fiddly, but very portable!
Not much other sewing to show. I've made a sample hat brim (with a different type of stiffener in each quarter!) and then these ice cream post cards, prompted by picking up some doilies in Poundland this morning. I'm not really a doily person for serving food, but quite like them now and then for card making and scrapbooking!