Saturday, 25 April 2009

Tea Party for Girls

I joined Folksy this week (click on the image on the right to visit my shop) and am really loving it so far. It's so nice to be able to talk to other UK crafters (who talk about things happening in the UK, and therefore things I understand!) and everyone is so friendly and helpful.
On top of that I have even had a few sales already. Yay!

I have spent more time on the forums that I have setting up my shop though :/

So, in support of Folksy and it's lovely people, I am featuring a Folksy seller today. Tea Party for Girls, run by student Sarah, sells the loveliest handmade accessories.

These pretty crocheted red flower hair grips are perfect for spring and at just £3.00 are a bargain!

This pretty Crochet flower brooch is on my favourites list

As well as crocheting, Sarah also sews and is currently selling this unusual asymmetric brown flower clutch bag. I love the contrast of the turquoise ribbon and flower buttons she has used.

These 'She sells sea shells' earrings are made using shells from Cornwall and are great if you are looking for something a little different. The packaging is perfect for giving them as presents as well :)

Sarah is also more than happy to make custom orders, so if you can't find something you like in her shop, drop her an email.
You can also follow Sarah on her blog


Sew Recycled said...

Just popped over from Folksy to say hi.
Lovely blog showing some very yummy things!
Hope you enjoy Folksy, there are a great bunch of peeps on there!

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