Celia Hart's blog about what's going on in and around her studio.
Art, printmaking, inspirations, gardening, vegetables, hens, landscapes, wild flowers, East Anglia, adventure, travel.

Sunday, 11 November 2007

Christmas Arts and Crafts Fair


I've been busy getting everything together for my stand at next Saturday's Christmas Arts and Crafts Fair at Reach. I will be selling Festive Tree Decorations, gift tags, hand bound notebooks , framed and unframed prints and cards.

Emma has been working hard planning this event and has invited a fantastic range of talented artists and makers to take part. So as well as my prints and designs and Emma's beautiful silver jewellery there will be baskets, indigo dyed textiles, photographs, pottery, stained glass, paintings and much much more! And if you can come along you get to enjoy some of Cambridgeshire's best home baked cakes and biscuits accompanied by steaming cups of tea or mulled wine - all in the lovely renovated Village Hall right in the heart of the historic village of Reach at the end of the ancient earthwork, The Devil's Dyke. A local legend is that the Devil came unannounced to a wedding at Reach church and was chased away by the guests. In anger the devil ran away and formed the groove of the Dyke with his fiery tail!

STOP PRESS . . .
opening soon - my online shop - details on the blog very shortly.

8 comments:

  1. Am rather pleased to see you'll have an online shop Celia - your cards are stunning!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Your cards, decorations, tags all look wonderful. It's such a lot of work but it all looks lovely. I hope your event is a marvelous success.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Hmmm...a chance to maybe buy something from you? I shall look forward to seeing your shop.And good luck at the fair.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I wish I lived local to you, I would have loved to come to the fair, these are lovely cards. I have given some of my other blog friends who make cards a mention on my blog, would you like me to give yours a mention, it would be no trouble. I hope you do well and I shall keep a look out for your online shop, good luck. x

    ReplyDelete
  5. Sigh. I wish the Atlantic wasn't quite so wide. Your upcoming Christmas sale sounds delightful. (And fresh baked goods, too? What more could one want?) Best wishes for wildly successful sales!

    ReplyDelete
  6. I wish I could attend the fair. It sounds like it will be a wonderful event - I went to the Devil's Dyke link and enjoyed reading about it.

    It's exciting to know that you are starting an online store. Yes! I can't wait to see your offerings. Oh the silk books...

    ReplyDelete
  7. It is too far to come, but good luck with the day! Your wares look great!

    ReplyDelete
  8. I love your site, your blog, vegetables, your designs. I am learning how to print linocuts. It was so helpful and beautiful. thanks for sharing.

    Riva, bklyn, ny

    ReplyDelete

I love reading all the comments (except for spam and advertising which I will delete) and I'll reply here in the comments under each blog post, it may take a few days if I'm busy.
You don't need to have a blog to leave a comment, you can select the name/URL option and fill in just your name instead of a blog link.
And, I've turned off that annoying word verification malarkey, to make it easy for you :-)