Beaded Bauble Workshops at The Art House, Sheffield

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I am thoroughly delighted to announce that I’ve been invited to The Art House, Sheffield, to run a couple of workshops making these lovely beaded baubles.

I’ll supply the baubles, beads and thread, and help you through the pattern to make either of these two beaded covers (they’re removable, so you can take them off and add them to different baubles, if you wish).  Please email The Art House (link hereor call them on 0114 2723970.  Early booking is advised, as places are limited.

(Both these beaded baubles are available to purchase in my special Christmas shop – along with other items.  Why not click on this link, and have a look!)

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Baubles, snowflakes, glitter and bling

Do you like my display tree? Baubles snowflakes glitter and blingI’ve had several customers who’ve asked to purchase it.  But where would I hang my gorgeous sparkly baubles?

I did say that I was planning on making some decorations this year, and my baubles had their first outing to the Crafty Business Fair in October.  They were spotted by the eagle-eyed Lisa from The Art House, and that has led to my upcoming workshops in December.  I’m really looking forward to teaching people how to make the baubles.  It’s not as difficult as it looks, but they do look stunning when they’re hung up and all the glass beads twinkle in the light.

Over the next couple of days, I’m going to be adding some of my decorations to the Christmas section of my shops.  There’s already some snowflake earrings there – I had to add a little something to test out the page – but there’s lots more to follow.

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Sheffield Peace and Craft Fair

I had an amazing time at the Peace and Craft fair on Saturday last.

I love old architecture, and Sheffield’s Town Hall is pretty splendid – at least in the public rooms.  As usual, there was a fair mix of crafters and charities.  I’ve not done my own stall there before, but I found it to be brilliantly organised and the ambiance in the room was fantastic.

I had a lovely chat with Councillor Anne Murphy, Sheffield’s Mayor, and made some new friends.  A few were people I’ve followed, or who have followed me, on Twitter or Instagram – so nice to be able to get to know the people behind the faces on screen.  I hope they feel the same way about me!

I’ve already decided I’m going to be first in the queue for a stall next year.

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