This was me last weekend at the Farndon Boathouse Christmas Market. I thought that since I've been absent from my blog for a little while you would all understand if I showed what I'd been up to.....making all this lovely lot for my fairs.
It was a lovely day and the fair was quite busy, there was a brass band, mulled wine and mince pies, lots of fantastic stalls and Santa was there too :) I took a large selection of products, some new clutch bags, mini clutch bags and purses.
I also took along some of my new felt swirl brooches that I've been keeping under wraps, these proved to be popular and they come in these cute gift boxes.
I also made a selection of these felt rings, in large and small I was sporting one for most of the day but as it was a little chilly I did give in and put my gloves on a few times :)
I love the new animal print fabric I bought in just before Christmas, my favourite is the blue print at the top.
I also made a large selection of my fabric boxes but this time they come as a set of two, large and small.
My felt flower hair bands made an appearance don't they look cheery all stood in a line together.
I've missed doing craft fairs, I love being able to chat to other stall holders and getting to chat to customers. Although I always give the best customer service I can through my website and etsy store, I don't think you can be actual face to face interaction.
Make up bags were also popular, they make great Christmas gifts.
My little ginger soldiers were with me again, don't they look cute on this little stand (which was actually a mug tree).
And their smaller counter part, the mini gingerbread men brooches were also there, proudly displayed on their very own stand.
We're all packed and ready for this weekends fairs, Tom Browns Brasserie on Saturday 10-4pm and the Riverbank Sunday 11-5pm.