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Tuesday, 13 December 2011

Had lots of sparkly fun using my new silver leather! KISS in silver paired with petal pink... in the Etsy shop!


MINNIE looking pretty in pink too... 


A new ELDER in jet black...


And another ELDER in Violet with Mulberry leaves...

All in the shop... talking of which... Im going back to keeping stock only in my Etsy shop (www.fairysteps.etsy.com) from now on and will be gradually switching my big cartel / website (www.fairysteps.co.uk) to bespoke only. This sorts out so much for me both time wise and space in the head wise! New year ahead, new ways, new paths, new ideas. Perfect!

Im rather tired today actually. It was a very late night after going to watch Seth Lakeman perform in Exeter. It was a wild night both weather wise and the performance! What a fiddle player... wish I could play just 1% as well as he can! Maybe one day if I persevere! I then had an accident at work this morning. I should report it really and maybe have a day off... but as Im my boss it wasnt going to stick! My mannequins wooden top flew off in the wind from the top step and smacked me in the head. Cripes it hurt, and I have a nice little egg there now! A spoon of sugar in the tea should do the trick...

We are supposed to be going Christmas shopping in Chagford tonight but as its sleeting, hailing golf balls, lashing rain and freezing out there Im having doubts... Bed is feeling jolly appealing though at the moment, by tonight its going to feel positively necessary.

Right, Im off to make a cup of tea and then hoover my kitchen. Im threading the sewing machine up then with buff thread ready for a pile of Merry purses and pouches, clutches and a pretty mulberry and pumpkin ALDER...

p.s. Did you notice my nice and tidy new blog layout?

Ren x

1 comment

  1. We have had gusty winds and lashing rain here too in France. I am so glad you had a good night out. I am a violin lover too. Last week I was totally inspired by a regional/international guitar festival organised by my (7 year old) son's guitar teacher. All those Latin American, Spanish virtuoso players plus a composer who wrote a piece for 70 young guitar pupils. Totally aweinspiring.

    Right, I will leave you to have your tea in peace now.

    Nice blog layout by the way ;-)

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