Tuesday, 10 August 2010

Something on the side...

I'm sure lots of you gorgeous people know that I have a small accessories business I run inbetween um life!
I had a craft fayre at the weekend, it was the first I'd done, and I learnt a lot - it was great fun, and I even managed to have a sneaky cheeseburger whilst a friend watched my stall. :)

These earrings and rings got some lovely comments - with one lady suggesting you could use the rings as a scarf tie. Loving her work.


(If any of you ladies like the look of the rings - all adjustable - then let me know. The Turquoise flower is £5 inc P&P and the pink/black rose rings are £4 inc P&P)



And the peacock feather accessories didn't do too badly either. Getting ready for Autumn and these look fantastic against the Autumn colours, and can be pinned anywhere from your bag to your coat lapel.

These are vintage buttons, with a peacock feather, mounted on a barrette clip. £3.50

I love doing the craft fayre's it's great to meet other crafty ladies and although I don't dedicate enough time to it, it's nice to get some lovely comments regarding my wares.

Have you taken up a new craft lately? or do you dedicate all your time to the crafty lifestyle?
Any of you got an Etsy shop or website? I'd love to have a look.

6 comments:

  1. Oooh lovely things Kel. My crafty stuff (ie learning to use the sewing machine) has taken a back seat to the rest of life at the moment. There just aren't enough hours in the day!

    I think I spied you on another blog at the Aussie party in London - are you going to blog about it? It sounded much fun!

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  2. Aren't you a clever lady, Kel? Love the idea of a ring as a scarf ring, great idea to incorporate more jewellery into an outfit.
    My creative side has slid at the moment, it usually kicks in when the dark nights approach and I can't be arsed to go the pub mid-week. xxx

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  3. Never fear Alex, all juicy details from Aussie night coming up on Thursday. :)

    Thanks Vix, I know that feeling, is it sad I'm really looking forward to dark nights and wind howling whilst I'm tucked up making pretty things. Old lady!!

    xx

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  4. They look great Kel! I'm in the process of making my accessories too. Australia doesn't much in the way of supplies so I am STILL waiting on my supplies from overseas. Once my etsy shop is running I'll def let you know. :)

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  5. Oh, I do love crafting. I'm so sad I don't really get the time to do it any more. Sigh.

    Peacock feathers look fab. xx

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  6. Save me a turquoise ring please Gay :) xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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