FAMOUS faces have been snapped wearing eye-catching T-shirts and hoodies ­— designed by a Lancashire mum at her kitchen table.

Squiffy Print designer and artist Jessica Robinson, from Clitheroe, creates personalised clothes featuring cute doodle designs such as animals, love hearts and flowers.

They have been worn by the likes of Jacqueline Jossa, Michelle Keegan, Stacey Solomon, Helen Skelton, Fearne Cotton and Gemma Atkinson, giving a boost to the 36-year-old's business.

She said: "I am not the big CEO of a company, I’m a mum trying to make a living.

“People think I’m this massive company when they email me but I’m just sitting at my kitchen table."

The former horse rider was a college lecturer in the equine department but was made redundant, so worked for six months as a ski guide in France.

She said: “When I came back I got myself some equipment and I started sending hoodies and shirts to local businesses, to show them what I could do.”

The artist started selling products via Not On The High Street, selling personalised make-up bags and was featured on a national TV advert for Father’s Day.

Mrs Robinson started her business in 2014 and, last year, achieved her most successful Christmas.

She said: “I did not want to put my three-year-old son Fynn into childcare, so I had to find the balance.

“The years go so quickly, that he’ll be in school in no time and I can work full time again.”

She often gives her Instagram followers advice on how to run a successful business.

She said: “The common problem for people is continuing to run the business, because you will not make sales by just having a website, you need to market yourself.

“People like to know the story behind the business and the person who made it.

“The next step is going eco-friendly, I plan to make everything eco-friendly or organic.

"We are in an era where we are trying to look after our planet.”

To view the products, visit the website linktr.ee/SquiffyPrint or her Instagram @squiffyprint