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a handfull of new brooches in jolly bright colours have just been added to the wee planetaye Folksy shop – away and stop by for a browse 😉
Been busy making loads of these big fellahs for a wee while now and only recently finished turning some of them into necklaces. A couple are already being worn about town and one has even been away to the Carribean!
So two more are ready now and listed today on the wee folksy shop
Individual design pens available now from my wee online Folksy shop!
Polymer clay covered, sanded and buffed to a nice shine, all ready for your office, handbag and crossword! 😉
Here are the latest six goodies planetaye has put onto the wee Folksy shop. Pretty peg faeries all got up in their party wings and lotsa jolly pens to practise the old snail-mail thank-you letters, hope you like…
After a couple of false starts with melting and “exploding” varieties of pen I finally found that the local Pound Shop had the right stuff. So all the back to school displays can be worth having a look through!
And I have to say I am now hooked. Yes, I know every new method or technique that I master (or at the very least enjoy and have a little success with) become my obsession, for a while.
These are my first 9 plain Bic stick pens, finished. Jolly! Now I am off to get some more done in a more organised fashion and hopefully they will be in my online shop(s) soon. 😉
Carrot cakes and cow pies all ready for the planetaye/Replicakes stall this Saturday (19th).
Crafty Market – Frodsham Parish Hall, Church Street, Frodsham – between WH Smith and the Wine Bar. Hop to see you there. New goodies will be available online the day after (if there’s any left!)
OK, hit my sale!
Just finished putting my festive decorative danglies into a sale folder on the lil’ folksy shop. They are all down in price by 45%. If you are really organised then start this years festive season off a few months in advance.
Now I can begin this years makes… lots of drawings so far and a one wee celebration cake to make for the end of the month. I sold out of the tiny seasonal cakes just before xmas – that was a nice feeling.