Rebecca Scambler Cambridge based Graphic Design, Marketing & Social Media

Nasty Woman Button Badge #nastywoman – The little badge with a BIG message!

Nasty Woman Button Badge #nastywoman – The little badge with a BIG message!

The Nasty woman meme was a global phenomenon and catch phrase that began with the 2016 presidential candidate Donald Trump referring to opponent Hillary Clinton with the words “such a nasty woman” during the third presidential debate. The phrase made worldwide news and became a viral call for many women voters. Natalie Donovan,…

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5 (more) tips for freelance single mums and dads! #freelance #design

5 (more) tips for freelance single mums and dads! #freelance #design

Of course, these tips can potentially be helpful to any parent, I have decided to list the ones that have been most helpful to me as a single parent of a four year old. Click here to read my previous blog post 10 tips for freelance single mothers….

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Give us bread and give us roses

Give us bread and give us roses

I’ll be 39 this Summer and I’ve decided to embrace middle age with the giddiness of an overexcited teenager. One thing I really want is a tattoo! I don’t have any yet as I just haven’t got around to it (and I’m a little scared what my mum…

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Freelance Freedom

Freelance Freedom

Sitting in a cafe between meetings, listening to jazz, nipper at nursery and coffee on its way…

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38% for 38 Degrees T-shirt Campaign

38% for 38 Degrees T-shirt Campaign

Help 38 Degrees to fund their campaigning activities by buying our T-shirt! Our Campaign (click here to go directly to the Indiegogo campaign page) Hello, we’re Dittany Rose and Rebecca Scambler. Dittany is an educational consultant and jewellery designer and Rebecca is an illustrator and designer….

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In Praise of My Clients – inspiring, creative, progressive and passionate.

In Praise of My Clients – inspiring, creative, progressive and passionate.

When I first started freelancing full-time back in 2012, I was filled with an enormous sense of gratitude for every client that came along and had chosen me to be the designer they wanted to work with. Today as I look back at the clients I…

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‘Never underestimate the power of a few committed people to change the world…’

‘Never underestimate the power of a few committed people to change the world…’

  In the last few years I have found myself increasingly disillusioned with the political system in this country and felt frustrated in my inability to be able to get involved in any way. I am a single mum, I look after my daughter during the day…

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My Second Year as a Freelance Designer (& with a shiny new website!)

My Second Year as a Freelance Designer (& with a shiny new website!)

This time last year I wrote a blog post about my first year as a freelance graphic designer (and full-time single mum!) and the motivations and reasons for choosing this career path (you can read this post here). Now I have completed my second year I…

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Creating Feminist Posters for the Cambridge WOW Festival #femalevoicesnow

Creating Feminist Posters for the Cambridge WOW Festival #femalevoicesnow

I have really enjoyed producing two posters that are going to be a part of the Cambridge WOW Festival Women of Influence project. Feminist and inspirational posters are now going up all over Cambridge, featuring quotes from women in the city interviewed for Female Voices. Share…

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10 tips for freelance single mothers

10 tips for freelance single mothers

I’ve always taken on freelance projects alongside my 9-5 publishing jobs, but when my daughter came along in 2012 I realised my job in Islington, London was not going to be compatible with living in Cambridge and bringing up a child on my own. I…

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