I had a stall at my first craft fair on Saturday! The fair was called Craftaganza and was held in a lovely old building in Brighton called Fabrica. All of my Doodllery range was there including some of my new previously unseen designs and products. I had a lovely day and enjoyed seeing peoples reactions to my jewellery for the first time and meeting the other sellers. I also managed to buy an amazing bright orange fox by Lucy Ashworth – everyone should own one!
I was a bit disapointed with the photos I took, and wish I had taken some more, but here are a few photos of the event. You can also read more about the fair and see more photos on the Craftaganza blog and facebook page.
I definitely cant’s wait to do my next fair and so hope to do another one soon.
I’m super excited that Little Moose is now open – I hope you are too! Little Moose will be home to some of the cutest gifts and accessories around and is where you can also buy some of my own creations. There are so many cute and quirky products out there and I hope to fill Little Moose with as many of these as possible. I’m always discovering new designers and falling in love with there products and so am thrilled to be able to sell some of these brands in the shop. Some of these brands include Made by White, Depeapa and Crowded teeth.
Pop on to Little Moose and have a look!
I am really excited about my new ‘doodllery’ which I will be launching very soon. I am just making the final tweaks and then it will be avaiable for you to buy online. Here is a sneak pre-view photo!
Email me if you want me to inform you when my doodllery is avaiable to buy.
I love Lazy Oaf – it’s just so much fun! I went to their shop a couple of months ago and often go on their website which I think is brilliant. They do clothes, accessories and jewellery and it’s all really quirky and eccentric. I was given their ‘I hate mondays’ T- shirt for my birthday which is a bonus as I know what I can wear every monday now! I also really fancy a pair of their cat sun glasses as I had a pair when I was about 9 and am definitely pleased to see them back in fashion!!