Wednesday, 24 November 2010

At the Fair

Thought it might be nice to post a couple of pictures of the kind of cards, bags and notebooks I will be selling in the coming months. If you can't get to any of the fairs and there is something you would like please do let me know.

Ho Ho Ho

Poinsettia Christmas card

Note pad book

Birthday card

angel gift bag and matching note pad

Handbag card

Children's birthday card

Gift bag

Gift bag


Wallet style notepad

Angel gift bag

Sunday, 21 November 2010

Up coming craft markets and fairs

Just a quick note ...  I'll be at the following craft markets and fairs in the run up to Christmas. Full details to follow...

5th Dec Drayton Park School Xmas fair   (Holloway, North London)
8th Dec  St. Albans Town Hall
17 Dec Highfield Trust Xmas fair, St Albans

Saturday, 6 November 2010

The Expo Experience

Apologies for the absence - I have been living it up in Las Vegas for the past few weeks. I actually went there for a papercraft & stamping expo, but who can resist the absurdities of the so-called Sin City. And anywhere with steady temperatures around a pleasant 80F is a delight at this time of year.

The expo was great. All the new stamping releases and newest products were on show - even a few teasers for things to be released in the New Year. With such a wide range of products on offer the demos were all fabulous as each supplier tried their best to ensure their products stood out from the crowd. It is wonderfully refreshing to get to discuss the products and the various/potential applications with the supplier face to face and to try them out while you chat about techniques and variable results.

The USA has many of the same products available here in the UK but the ranges there are far more extensive and I do like to try to find things that are a little different from those widely available to make things a bit more interesting.

At the moment I am still enjoying all that jetlag has to offer, but once I am fully functioning I shall start to put some of the new products to good use. I guess its time to watch this space as they say...

Summer fun at St Joe's

So once I week I volunteer at our local hospice (St Joseph's) as part of the Arts Programme there. I work with patients in the Day Ho...