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

Monday, February 25, 2013

Thanks for a Lovely Day!!

Once again The Thame Dolls House and Miniature Fair on Saturday was a super day - even the little flurry of  snow didn't deter anyone - so many thanks to everyone involved, especially to Felicity and Ron for all they did to make the day a success.

It was lovely to see so many old friends, both behind the stands and as visitors and customers and thanks to those who popped along to say 'hello' or purchased items from us.  This is our favourite fair and as it's literally just up the road we're so lucky in only having a five minute travel....many, many standholders and visitors come a significant distance.

As a standholder the opportunity to browse and buy is seriously limited (the big downside) but I did come home with 'Busy Bee' from the wonderful Shoebutton Bears stand. I love him!! I've also ordered the beautiful, diminutive Alice in Wonderland from Sandra - Tower House Dolls, and look forward to her arrival in due course.

It was sad to be saying goodbye to Tony Knot and Vic Pain (Simply silver) as they attended their last fairs.
I believe they've supported the fair and the Breast Cancer Campaign Charity from the beginning and we shall all miss them.

Part of Market Town Miniatures Club Exhibition
Every year the ladies (and friends) of Market Town Miniatures  - our Dolls House club here in Thame - do the most amazing job in not only putting on a superb exhibition of members' projects, but run the most fantastic sales table, the now famous Tombola, and man the Raffle, all for Breast Cancer Campaign well as helping just about everywhere to help make the fair such a success... thank you all!!

Anthony Church our Town Crier, once again did sterling work, pounding his beat in town to advertise the fair on a bitterly cold day, then announced the winners of the raffle etc.  It was great to see him in his green finery, because as you'll see if you look on the side bar it's how I portrayed him in miniature a year or two ago.
If you noticed something on the Blog during the fair previews and wonder if it was sold, or is still available, do email and I'll let you know.

Thank you for looking.

1 comment:

Fabiola said...

Your Busy Bee is adorable.
Bye Faby