Christmas is a comin’

Today was a very good day, it was my first Christmas fayre of the year and it was at a company where I worked for more than 10 years, I sold a few prints but the best part was catching up with everyone, most of whom I haven’t seen since this time last year. The lady who organises this event said they are planning a much smaller scale event next year but I hope I can persuade her to repeat a similar event next year, or make it even bigger and better, I just need to network with a few more sellers who might be interested. If you are in the Surrey / Berkshire border area and would like a table next year please drop me a line via the contact form at the top of this page.

It is funny how the stuffed kitten was the only thing on the table not for sale but it was the one thing everyone made a bee-line for, I could have sold him a dozen times over! 🙂


It was quite a luxury to have 2 x 6 ft tables today, I could really spread out…

This week I made a start on 2 new felting hangings during my life drawing group, they both need more work, some embroidery for the hands and a mixture of needle felting and embroidery for “Chantelle”. I am liking the random dyed backgrounds, I will be making more of those…


Happy Thanksgiving to all my US friends, I hope you are having a lovely day with your family and friends.


5 thoughts on “Christmas is a comin’

    1. Teri Post author

      Thank you ladies, yes, being able to spread out and be less selective about the stock I put out was a real luxury 🙂

  1. Marilyn

    Great booth. I hope you can persuade them and others artists for next year. I love the prints. It’s cool the arms have a face along with hands. I look forward to seeing them finished.

    Thanksgiving was great with our Florida family. Thanks.

  2. Ruth Lane

    Your booth looks lovely and isn’t that always the way, it isn’t for sale means everyone wants it.

    Your life drawing felt paintings are great. I look forward to seeing them finished.


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