Sunday, 15 July 2012

WELL DONE CHARLIE BOLTON.......





Well done Charlie Bolton for successfully organising your first craft event, it was great.
18 year old entrepreneur and crafter Charlie managed to get some great traders for the first of what will be a regular monthly event at Whalley Village Hall in Lancashire.
NEXT EVENT 18TH AUGUST

Look at the lovely tiles made by  WWW.TILEPRODUCTIONS.CO.UK .  These are made from the offcuts of their floor and wall tiles.

I could'nt resist buying one of these vintage cup & saucers filled with hand poured scented wax by   MRS TIBBS TEACUPS & CANDLES (LINK)

 I wanted everything on Catkin Jane's stall, it was all so beautifully made

Here are links to some of the other crafters that were there
 a lot of them will be at the Browsholme Farmers/Craft event on Sunday 5th August

Quality high end of the market pet leads, collars and coats.

 Very talented woodturner with a fabulous range of stock

This lady creates fantastic quilts for children

 My mum bought a gorgeous Italian blouse from Jules of
TUSCANY ITALIAN BY DESIGN 

She also bought a bracelet & necklace set from
WWW.SILVERBYCOE.COM 

I had to have this pretty purse for £7.50 from Kathryn owner of 
all her products are from fair trading companies.

Don't forget to go and support this lovely young man on the Saturday 18th August 10am-4pm  Whalley Village Hall. To keep upto date with his events link onto

So thats my budget blown for the week.  Hope nothing catches my eye when I go scouting round the Vintage Market at Altrincham today.  Its my first visit, so watch the blog to see what happens there.














12 comments:

  1. Thanks for putting Mrs Tibbs on your blog.Really enjoyed doing the Lets Get Crafty Fair and meeting some lovely people.X

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  2. ...looks like some yummy things on display all just perfect for emptying your purse!...loVely workmanship!...Mel :)

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  3. Oh WoW Lynn! What fabulous crafters you get to visit I am SO very jealous. But a big WellDone, as you say, to Charlie on getting these crafters to have stalls. YAY Charlie!! You should have a stall at Whalley next time Lynn - earn some before you have a wander to spend it, hehe. I particularly like the tile off-cut tags - perfect presents I think and not 'of the ordinary' either. I wonder if they could do a bus, hehe.
    Have a good time at Altrincham today :0) xx

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    1. Check out their website Mo, they may well do if you contact them. x

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    2. I did Lynn, but it bounced back as their inbox is full. I reckon the recent publicity has done good :0) I'll try again tomorrow when hopefully they'll have gone through the mail xx

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  4. Hi Lynn, well done Charlie indeed, I think he may go a long way in life, what a clever soul he is. Love everything you have shown, good job I didn't go........love the look of those tile tags and your bag is gorgeous. Hope you didn't spend too much at Altrincham, I wonder if you had time to visit Dunham Massey too, it is just on the outskirts of town. A x

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    1. No we didnt Anne. Ive been before, its a lovely place.

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  5. Thank you for the lovely comment about my stall :)
    It really was a great collection of craft stalls, and as you say well done Charlie I'm really pleased to have been at the start of what I am sure will become a successful regular event

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  6. Too many gorgeous things to look at that my brain is about to explode!

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  7. Hi Lynn,

    What a great event with lots of lovely craftiness!!! Lucky you, to score some great finds! I haven't been feeling well so MIA - missed WOYWW this week but will be joining this coming week.

    Hugs,
    Kay

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  8. I've just popped over from the Catkin Jane Blog. It sounds like a great event. I love your Doodly Birds, I love doodling and your birds have lots of colour and character.

    Jan

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