Come Buy Our Angels

Golden Designer Angel with her Dior ribbon was the first sale within a few minutes of the craft fair opening today.  Glitzy Angel behind her followed quickly after.
 Button Angel and Glam Angel winged their way to new homes but Feather Angel came home with me.  She will spend Christmas looking lovely in my lounge.

We named them all, big and small ones and along with our Christmas trees made from old books, they made good sales for us.  
I sold about half of the crochet baubles I had made too.
Other good sellers today were the glasses cases in the basket on the right, a couple of them were brought as mobile phone cases but hey, they're flexible!  
A couple of knitted hearts sold too.  We were given free tea and coffee and i brought a mug of tasty sweet potato and
carrot soup with a delicious cheese scone for my lunch.  My friend's husband made the scones early this morning and considering we were out late last night at the local pub he did really well getting up early to do them!
So its been a successful day and the last craft fair I am doing this year which means that I can now relax and finally get round to making a few things for myself.  I did spend most of my earnings today though on a beautiful handmade hat.
Its a thick grey tweed and will definately keep my head warm,  made by a lady who did the machining and her daughter who does the hand sewing.  I'm not really a hat kinda girl but how could I resist when it has such a lovely peacock feather to match my hair!


Terri X

Comments

  1. Well done, you made some beautiful things. Love those book angels. A great treat the hat was stunning.

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  2. What a great blog, it has so much energy, all that fantastic crafting. Woo xx

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