Tuesday, 26 October 2010

Getting crafty...

Hello you lushious lot!

Saturday just gone, I set up camp at The Bull in Olney with my crafty wares. This was the second craft event I'd done, I really enjoy them, it's just finding time inbetween hairdressing/work/life.
Here's what you would have been faced with...what a geek. I wish I'd worn my hair up as the weather wasn't great but it's nice to see it's growing and looking a lot thicker. Finally! :)
I had a little helper this time, in the shape of my younger sister Crystal (also my bestest mate - soppy, you betcha!) who has bought/been given quite a bit of my stuff so was an excellent salesperson. She was great at chatting to the visitors, and helped make a few sales. No doubt this will be reflected in her Christmas presents this year to say thanks.

I like having a mixture of accessories on the stall, it's nice for people to have a good browse then. My newest items included rather funky bow rings (one left!) and some beautiful bracelets, complete with Abalone Red setting.

Rings are a passion of mine. I love wearing unusual pretty rings, so tend to make unusual pretty rings. The glass tablet rings are one of a kinds - everyone is different and on an adjustable base so one size really does fit all. :) 
Click on pic to have a closer look

Do you go to craft fayres? Or do you take part selling your creative bits and bobs?
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If any of the bits I've pictured take your fancy then pop a comment below and I can let you know if they are still available.

6 comments:

  1. God, I'm just not creative enough! I buy things from people who are more blessed with crafty skills than I am.

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  2. Lovely stuff! I make beaded jewellery, and have had jewellery parties with my friend. I've tried craft fayres, but they always have too many jewellers! xx

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  3. Aaaw Kel, this makes me nostalgic for my jewellery making heyday! I adored running pinkplectrum and the craft fairs were my favourite part - chatting to customers and seeing them get excited over their purchases is the best.

    Glad it went so well. I adore the bracelets! x

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  4. I'm in awe of your jewellery making skills. I'm far too clumsy to create anything so artistic. I haven't been to a craft fair in ages bvut your lovely smile would definately have tempted me over if I didn't know you. xxx

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  5. Just noticed your comment! What a fab idea, Kel. I've got too much ever to wear and I know you've got the same bizarre tastes as me. xxx

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