Sharing a love of Dolls House Miniatures - and making time for other creative crafts and the garden.

Saturday, October 9, 2010

Yes it's a plug...well, two actually!

No apologies for an unashamed plug for The Thame Dolls House and Miniatures Fair......



The flyers are out already for this fabulous and prestigious fair held just once a year in Thame, and I'm totally thrilled that it features a picture of my Town Crier - you know the one - the one in the right hand column...in a muddle. He isn't just any Town Crier, in fact, but Anthony Church, Thame's real life Town Crier who will promote the fair throughout the day.
The flyer also illustrates the wonderful work of artisans Victoria Fasken, Mags Cassidy and Mary Williams - just three of over 40 of U.K.'s finest miniaturists who will have stands on February 19th 2011 at Thame Leisure Centre - and the Grand Raffle and sales table which will raise funds for Breast Cancer Campaign.
Ron and Felicity Holland are now organizing The Thame Dollshouse and Miniatures Fair, and the website, which they update regularly, is packed full of information about all the miniaturists attending and details of the four fantastic workshops. See www.thamedollshousefair.co.uk
We're looking forward to being at the fair once again...as everyone who attends says....it has such a buzz!

Here's the next plug folks.....
As a pretty regular visitor, I think Nottingham is a great city with a buzz too! So, if you are living in that neck of the woods or heading that way this weekend, I'm sure as creative people you'll be interested in a series of events called 'Creative October', which celebrate the work of so many designers, artists and makers based there. It's no surprise - and so appropriate - that it is launched this Sunday with a tea party - and the theme...Lace! Sounds super.
To find out all about this one and much more, go to
www.jcmiddlebrook.wordpress.com

And a 'thank you' for a superplug to - Jean Tuthill at A Romantic Country Home - wow Jean!! And four new followers....will catch up with you all later as I'm having 'one of those days'!
In answer to the question - 'do I sell my dolls?' - Oh yes. The website details and my email address is in the Contact box over there. Needless to say no website is up-to-date...do email me with any queries, using the bt email addy which is there.

5 comments:

Debbie said...

Hope you all have a great fair..x

Ascension said...

Espero que tengais una feria fantastica.
besitos ascension

Kel said...

I went to the Thame fair last year and it was great. Some very different things there. Nice venue too. And of course I bought my fab fag ash lil from you!

KT MIniatures said...

Yep Thame is a very special event with loads of amazing high quality artisans. Hope loads of people come again next February. Must add that having known Anthony the Thame Town Crier for quite a few years now..... Robin's town crier doll is the spitting image of him! Celia

Eileen Sedgwick said...

I'm really hoping I can get to visit the fair this time...it would be lovely to see you and your wonderful creations again 'in the flesh' :0)