Happy Bunnies

February 20, 2012 Gwen Fletcher 2 comments

      Well, we have just come back from Stitches – the UK trade show and what a fantastic time we had. There was a real buzz about the place and it was very uplifting to see so many enthusiastic people, both exhibitors and retailers who are moving forward in this crafty business and are determined to make sure this year is better than ever for all our lovely customers. There was a huge amount of gorgeousness and inspiration to be gawked at, drooled over and stroked –  in the main part done by Julie! lol
She had to be dragged away from a stand selling nothing but ribbon ( after making me spend on some of it). I think she would have wrapped herself up in it if she had been left alone for too long. As it was , she had to be content with stroking some delicious crushed velvet, lace edged stuff and some netted ribbon roses  – yes, black and purple ( what else?).
    We caught up with some friends and made some new contacts. There were representatives from all over the world, some of them hot off the plane from CHA and thrilled to be over here sharing their products with us Brits. They love coming here because they say we are so lovely and friendly.
     So what else have we in store for you? Oh – there was so much I can hardly remember but we did fall in love with Wendy Vecchi’s Art Parts and these will be coming in very soon. The samples were so original and gorgeous, I had to prise them out of Julie’s little mitts. Here are just a few of the samples we saw.
Hels Sheridan was demonstrating the products but I think the artwork was Wendy’s original stuff.
Loved it anyway. Can’t wait to get them in and start playing.

2 Comments on “Happy Bunnies

  1. I love these!!! I saw something similar on Create and Craft it exactly the type of thing i'd love to have a go at, i'm not too keen on print and stick crafting i would love to be able to do something like this i'll have to look into your work shops even tho' you are a bit far away from sunderland 🙂

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