Here is my corner of the world tomorrow and Sunday at Creek Creative. I’m really looking forward to the Creek Creative Christmas Fair, 1 Abbey Street, Faversham. I’ve already seen some of the other exhibitors and there is wonderful ceramics and gorgeous smelling soap. Adam De Ville is also back with him amazing drawings.
I’m only doing two Christmassy events this year – the Creek Creative Christmas Craft fair this Saturday and Sunday between 10 and 4 and the Made in Whitstable Christmas event starting next Wednesday 9 December to Tuesday 15 December.
I will have some lovely tiaras for sale so if you are thinking of weddings for next year or just spoiling your little princess, do come and see me as I can also make them to order as commissions, too.
This is what it all looked like last year – come and find me in the same spot again this year 🙂
I really hope to see you this weekend! Faversham has some particularly lovely Christmas lights, lovely outdoor market and the cafe at Creek Creative is really rather good for lunch.
I absolutely love making commissions and this a very special commission that I have made for a lady who came to the Artist’s Open Houses.
It is for three little girls – three grand-daughters for their Christmas present. I think you’ll agree they are very lucky little girls indeed. Granny wanted three similar tiaras with the linked theme of tiny seed pearls along the band.
This one is gold-plated wire with Swarovski crystals and freshwater pearls – £45
The second is also gold-plated wire with Swarovski crystals and freshwater pearls – £45
Lastly this is silver-plated wire with Swarovski crystals and freshwater pearls – £35.
I’ve just put all the tiaras in their boxes lined with white tissue, ready for three surprised little girls on Christmas Day.
I think our mascot, Tamyra, approves!
I had such a wonderful time with Josephine Harvatt and co at the Kentish Allsorts Exhibition last month. Here are a few photos from that week.
I’m exhibiting next with Tracie Peisley at the Made in Whitstable Artist’s Trail which is taking place on Sunday 26 July – the opening weekend of Whitstable Oyster Festival.