A whole mess of tickets for the Ideal Home Show at Christmas came through the post today! If you'd like to win a pair, just like and share my Facebook page. Winners will be announced on Friday 7th Nov on Facebook, so you have plenty of time to sort out details. (Tickets for entry on any day only I'm afraid, no travel tickets included.)
You don't even have to come and see me lurking near the Christmas restaurant, promise!
What with my Inky Animals being so popular, I thought it was about time they turned up on some homeware! Stock is very limited and they seem to be selling out as quickly as I can get fabric made, so snap them up if you're keen! Beautiful and vibrant cotton-linen canvas, filled with an optional luxury inner. Made in the UK as usual.
After LOTS of umming and ahhing, I've decided to take up the offer of a stand at the Ideal Home show at Christmas. I'll be running some comps soon for free tickets, so look out for that!
I've never done one of these massive retail fairs before, so just gently freaking out in the corner...
Only a month to pull it together, challenge accepted.
I was very excited to visit the River and Rowing Museum at Henley on Thames with a suitcase of stock to show their Retail & Visitor Services Manager. Whilst I was waiting, I was kindly allowed to view the museum, which is simply charming and well worth a visit! Whilst you're there, you may as well swing by the gift shop and enjoy Kate Moby's latest stockist!
"Believe me, my young friend, there is nothing, absolutely nothing, half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats."
Packaging can be a tricky one, so I was super chuffed to track down a suitable supplier of tiny boxes for the finishing touches on my ceramics and notelets. Now they look even more special and like a lovely gift. Still made in the UK as usual! It's the little things hey...
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