It was such a super final workshop on Saturday - and even the sun shone - so thank you to the 13 ladies who travelled quite some distances to take part in 'The Little Vintage Toyshop' workshop. Also, so very much appreciated was their participation in our small raffle in aid of research into breast cancer. A total from the workshops this year will be forwarded to the charity before the end of the year.
We hesitate to publish full size photographs of our projects before everyone has taken part as it feels only fair that they see the project in completion first. But now we can.
|The Shop Front|
|The Window Display From Inside The Shop|
|The Back Shelves Full of Toys|
And some pictures of the workshop day itself - with everyone really enthused and working so well - what a talented group!! We had such a lovely and enjoyable day.
Before I go, another set of thank-you's to the Nostalgia in Miniature back-up team, without whom it wouldn't be possible, and to all those lovely 'ordinary' people who run, walk, cycle and swim etc. in various organised fund-raisers for so many important and worthwhile charities up and down the country every weekend. Well done Jenny and Fi. Amazing!! Thank You!
Still on the charity theme but very definitely MINIATURES this time Felcity and Ron who organise the Thame Dolls House and Miniaures Fair each February have taken up the mantle to continue HADDENHAM DOLLSHOUSE & MINIATURES EXHIBITION on Saturday 14th November in Haddenham Village Hall. This is a showcase for local clubs and individuals, includes sales tables a raffle and more - it's always a lovely day. Funds are raised for Hearing dogs for Deaf People and Thames Valley Air Ambulance. Make a note - more details nearer the day.
We're into planning for the next workshop in 2016.............an outline and details of the Reserve List on Nostalgia in Miniature Workshops. Now I really need to get back to dolls........
Thank you for looking