So, if you’re thinking about selling at craft fairs, there is a lot to consider first. Think about the time you will spend on this – planning your stall, travelling to the fair and the setting up and packing up time, as well as the actual time of the fair….
This is a question I have been pondering for a couple of years now. The problem is about craft fairs: they are full of lots of lovely wonderful things that no-one needs….
Can you guess who it’s about before the end? (This was just a little homework exercise with Writers’ group.)
Another link to my alternative clothing blog. Valentine’s Day isn’t for everyone!
Apologies if you’ve found my site down for the last few days – technical server glitch involving a power cut. Anyway, I’m back! Just letting you know I’ve posted another blog on my alternative fashion blog site here: http://oshuncreations.tumblr.com/
This one is all about warm and snuggly winter coats.
Just a quick link to my alternative fashion blog, where I’ve written about keeping warm and some lovely handmade shawls.
I hope 2014 brings all you wish for
I’ve started the new year with a brand new shop! www.JustABitDifferent.co.uk is now up and running and selling alternative clothing for adults and kids. You may remember that www.Oshun.co.uk used to sell a mix of my handmade clothing and other quirky brands, but recently links to my Etsy shop. So I’ve decided to keep my handmade and vintage brand Oshun on Etsy, and start a new shop for the clothing by Phaze, Susu Mama, Hell Bunny, Feu Follet, Poisen Industries, Strangeways and others. I’m very excited to be re-visiting this business and hope it expands this year. I’ll be adding more stock soon and will be regularly putting items at a reduced price for a limited time, so please join www.facebook.com/OshunCreations for news and updates.
Well, I’ve stopped being completely distracted by that amazing Sherlock episode and will now post this post!
When looking for inspiration for my clothes, I usually look to history – anything from the last century and further back. However the 1920s and 30s are recently starting to take my notice…..
I don’t know why, but I’ve gone off Eddie Izzard a bit lately. Maybe it’s because he was being a little too boastful about his wonderful mind when he was interviewed on the Last Leg earlier this year. Or maybe it’s his politics. I watched the dvd with an open mind though…
You can’t fail to notice Lilith, about a third of the way up the hill on Glastonbury High Street; its shop window display is always stunning and draws you in, but beware….