Friday, 24 April 2009

A Little Folksy Shopping

Well I got two out of three of my Wednesday Wips completed.
The third was looking complete, but then I began to doubts to whether I needed more rain so it continues to worked upon, drop by drop. (all will become clear I promise)  

Yesterday, I finally did another to-do which I have been meaning to for quite some time...


I opened another little Stitcher Scribbler shop on Folksy! 
Folksy is pretty much the British version of Etsy and since it was St. George's day I thought I'd be patriotic and join up.

You can visit my little Folksy shop at:
or clicking one of the many links I'll be sure to litter around the little blog here ;-)

Its not very full right now, but you can have a peek of one of my finished wips so please stop by and favourite me. I feel a little cheeky asking so bluntly, but the more favourited on folksy you are the more visible and at the moment I'm finding it difficult to find me. In return, I'll share a couple of my favourites with you...

My first Folksy favourite and one of my favourite things - Tea and Cake! I adore that little wooden teapot!

Tea and biscuits are always good too! Jammie Dodgers were my favourite treat as a kid, nothing could stop me eating them. Not even when my best friend had her wobbly tooth pulled out by the jammy heart (i know... ick!)

Another real favourite treat! I will not admit how many I have eaten this year, or that I am wondering if it is too late to stock pile to see me through the rest of the year. I love everything in British Cream Tea's shop, it is all too perfectly nostalgic and I have never wanted to eat felt so much.... 

More nostalgic treasures. Toy inspired ornaments from found objects, somehow so perfect.

It's England, it's April so you will be needing an umbrella! Actually it's not raining, it's bizarely sunny and warm the last couple of weeks, but that no reason to pass up on a sweet little trinket.
Besides it always rains when you leave your brolly at home...


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