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Tuesday, 18 September 2007

Tree decorations


I usually start thinking about Christmas in November (at the very earliest) and try to ignore the plethora of yuletide acutriments that take over the aisles in the supermarkets. But this year I've been making early prepartions and have made these hand-printed tree decorations for my stall at the Reach Christmas Arts and Crafts Fair on Saturday 17th November. And these decorations aren't just for Christmas - they'd look good decorating branches and twigs at parties and celebrations all throughout the year. So put a note in your diaries now - and escape from the madding crowds on high streets for a civilised hour or two in the historic village of Reach, between Cambridge and Newmarket at the end of the Devil's Dyke. There will be an array of locally made arts and crafts to buy as well as some delicious seasonal refreshments.

5 comments:

  1. I LOVE your printing work (especially the chooks) - do you have a website that you sell from?

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  2. Those are lovely - really unusual

    Joanna

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  3. These are beautiful. I would love to buy some for Christmas.
    Charlotte

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  4. Those are super, Celia. I have made a note of the Reach fair in my diary.

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  5. I like these - yes, they would make perfect decorations all year long. I wouldn't want to put them away after Christmas!

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