Posts Tagged ‘crafts’

Hello to new passers by.

Monday, July 9th, 2012

I would like to say hello to anyone looking at this page because they have picked up one of my cards at a recent craft fair.
As you will see this is a blog (and not a regularly updated blog, LOL! ). I much prefer creating to paperwork and therefore you are more likely to find more regular updates on my facebook pages where I post pictures of what I am up to. You can link to these pages on the right of the page.
I am currently looking at a site called Craft Barn which looks to be an easy site for shopperes and sellers alike to use. I will update you, (here and on facebook) as to how that goes.
Today is focused around settign up the Buckie Townhouse for the Get Crafty event on Saturday. We are hoping to introduce non crafters to simple craft projects to show them everyone can do something. Come along between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. if you would like to try something. More info on the facebook page Buckie area arts and crafts group.

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New Addition

Wednesday, November 10th, 2010

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This is a new style of bear that I tried. He was stroked by many passers by at last Saturdays Buckie arts and crafts fair but he didn’t even last the hour on the stall before being purchased for someones Christmas present. I guess this might mean making a few more.

Walkabout Crafts Link

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

I used to have a link here to Scottish Crafts website which featured only products made in Scotland.

Over time Emma, who runs the site, expanded into Ireland, Wales and England with their own sites e.g Welsh Crafts.

To provide a more seamless site to the customer she brought us all under the same banner of Walkabout Crafts and has now included crafts from Spain and Iran. From the home page you can shop by gift type, country or shop member. There are all sorts of free things, information and interactive stuff. Basically the same as Scottish Crafts but more.

Whether you are a crafter, a shopper or just curious, pop over and have a browse around. Make a tea or coffee and take the world tour.

Walkabout Crafts