Guest Post Submissions

Messie Jessie would like to help others promote their blogs and/or Etsy store at no cost. To this end we invite you to submit your guest post for the Messie Jessie blog.

What do we want?

We want to know about you and your work –

Who you are.
What you make.
How did you get started/What is the motivation behind your work.
Where can we find your work.
What is your website/contact information.

(If you would rather submit another type of post please contact us via email at )

Submiting you post

Please submit your post by e-mail to Your submission should be accompanied by no more than 5 – 6 photographs (these photos should be of your work and may include yourself)

Once we have recieved your submission (subject to review) it will be passed to our Twitter & Facebook accounts, hosted as a featured page for 12 months and posted as a regular post on our front page. The layout will be as shown below:


Introducing – Sue Griffiths

Assemblage Dress - Miss Havisham
Assemblage Dress – Miss Havisham

  MJ:  Who are you?   
SG: My name is Susan Griffiths.  I am an artist who lives in Trearddur Bay, a small seaside village in Wales, with my husband and two daughters.

Messie Jessie Assemblage
Assemblage - The Red Shoes

MJ:  What is it that you do/make? 
SG:  I currently make assemblage/art dresses, drawing inspiration from classic novels and tales such as those of Jane Austen, Emily Brontte and Hans Christian Anderon.  I also teach with a small local arts group who meet once a week and, run project based art workshops open to all.

Assemblage - The Nymph
MJ:  How did you get started/What is the motivation behind your work?  
SG: I studied Figurative Illustration at Epsom College of Art & Design, where one of my tutors was Sharon Peacock.
After Epsom I returned to my native Isle of Anglesey but wasn’t able to find a job where I could pursue my art.  I had various jobs but in the end I had to give them up and strike out on my own.  At first I volunteered as artist in residence at my childrens school then went on to establish a childrens art club in the local arts centre.  Following this I ran art classes for the local Further Education College before finally setting up my own adult art classes. 
In the last few years I’ve cut back on the art classes to concentrate on my own art, setting up Messie Jessie to sell and market my work.
Another Stolen Moment
 MJ:  Where can we find your work? 
SG:  I show/sell my work on Etsy, Facebook and my own online shop.  I also have blog where I like to share my work and inspiration with others.


MJ:  What is your website/contact information? 
My website and online shop:

Twitter: @messie_jessie__

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