Saturday, 1 October 2011

Radishes, peas, birds and bees!

We've been quiet on the blog but certainly not quiet around here in real life! I have been working, working and working on the book and I am soooo nearly finished. I went to Llansteffan on to stay in a beautiful quiet house to try and get finished (blogged about it over on the Hannah Nunn blog) I'm posting it all of to my editor on Tuesday so just have a last few days to gather everything together!

AND I've been getting ready for The Great Northern Contemporary Craft Fair which is in 3 weeks. I'll be on stand 16 this year with all my lamps!

And what's new in the shop? House of Chintz have made a new lampshade. 'Mirror Bird', availavle in three sizes for base and ceiling.

Meryl Till has been busy with bees and has new honey lamps and candle cups.

and some floral ones too.
Joanna Coupland has made us some radish and pea fairy lights. These two veg were always my favourite on her string of fruit n veg fairy lights so I thought it would be lovely to have a set of them made up. The pink and green together are vibrant and lovely and the shapes are great! She can make up a set with any fruit or veg that you like...well she's willing to have a go at pretty much anything. She told me about a set of 'cow' fairy lights that she was asked to make where each fairy light was a different breed of cow! Wow!

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