Sunday, November 16, 2008


In just over a week, I will be showing and selling my work at Reveal in Henley on Thames. I'm really looking forward to this - hopefully it will be a really good week with plenty of people buying for Christmas. I have the majority of stock I want to take with me, but I've also spent this weekend making a last few bits and bobs - lots of scrappy tree Christmas decorations:I've got a few things to make for reveal this week, but once this is done I will be doing an etsy shop update in a week or so (for those who have asked). Mainly Christmas items, decorations, stockings and cards.

Hopefully I will find something to do with this:Some lovely liberty fabric I accidentally bought earlier on this week!


emma lamb said...

The best way to buy anything - accidently ;) The trees look fab, good luck with this show too.


ps - i wonder if you'll make it onto tv this time too?

Kitty said...

I've got some 'accidentally bought' fabric to do stuff with too. Isn't it amazing how that happens? :-O

LOVE the scrappy trees - good luck for the Henley 'gig'.


Jodie said...

LOL...."I accidentally bought"

jojoebi said...

good look with the show.
I 'featured' (that sounds rather grand) on my blog, hope you don't mind. I would have you in an Etsy treasury if I could ever get a spot!

Kyoko said...

Good luck in the show. You are very good at organising your work for events like this. It must be a hard work (and congratulations on your success at the oxford fair!). I just saw your Stevie's photo - isn't she beautiful!!?? Yes, my cats also have several beds scattered about... Hope you had a good weekend!

Katy said...

I love those scrappy trees, they are beautiful.

I haven't seen that Liberty fabric before, I need it...where did you get it? PLEASE TELL ME!!!!


The aqua blue background on your Liberty Fabric is truly scrumptious. Look forward to seeing your making using that fella.

The tree's are too cute...... good luck with your sale.


picciolo said...

good luck getting everything ready, it sounds like a great show to be a part of
: )

katy said...

Those scrappy trees are just darling. I love the technique too. I'm always looking for ways to use little, thin scraps this is great.