Saturday, 13 March 2010

Yesterday I went to Cirencester with lovely friends and on the way back we popped to Lechlade antiques centre. I wanted to see Lucy Blooms unit.I also had been pondering about having a unit myself but after a lot of thought I've decided to stick with my stall and my online shops for now!However Lucys unit is lovely.It's laid out beautifully with lots to look at Lucy has made very good use of her space and has a good range of items to peruse!

Beautiful goodies!

Look what she's done with the little spice jars! So sweet!

I did buy a little parcel of Laura Ashley remnants to make items for my stall!(Thrifting is allowed in my challenge)

Aren't they pretty!I shall really enjoy using these!

Also this week I have been working on these.

These will be padded hearts made from teeny tiny scraps of fabric that iIcan't bare to throw away. I've just got to zigzag between the patches next!

I shall do my draw for the giveaway on Monday so feel free to leave a comment on this post or the last and I will pop you in the draw!

Wishing you a Happy Mothers Day for tomorrow too!

I'm just hoping for a relaxing day and a cuppa in bed! We'll see what happens!

Enjoy your wekend whatever you may be doing!

Rachel x


Floss said...

Happy Mothering Sunday! How interesting to see the little shop. I agree that it would be hard work to have one, though. Those hearts are going to be lovely, and the fabric is just wonderful.

Blondie's Journal said...

What a wonderful little shop, Rachel. I love all of the china! Such pretty patterns. Your fabric is lovely as well and your hearts are going to be darling.

Happy Mother's Day to you. I hope it is very special.


A Thrifty Mrs said...

Looks like a wonderful shop to visit.

charl said...

i love the little patchwork hearts they are going to look lovely all made up
i would love to have my own little pretty vintage shop!!.

bellaboo said...

Love the pretty fabrics and your hearts too.
Hope you ARE spoiled tomorrow!

Bellaboo :o)


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