Okay, I am a naughty unreliable blogger, I failed dismally to keep my promise of almost two weeks ago (wince) to be here more often.
I'm feeling a distinct lack of inspiration, I've been ill and ergo have nothing much to say. What a come-back post this is, eh?
I have been carrying on with the 365 blog camp project, but even that has been rather trying after the halcyon days of early January when I was full of promise and enthusiasm. But! Decide for yourself! You can see my entire progress below in the nifty Mosaic-y thing.
Aaaanyway, I do fervently hope to be back to normal before long and filling this corner of the interweb with second hand artifacts, a fully updated shop (this was well under way and then I carelessly lost all my descriptions in a failure to SAVE, and now I am in a dreadful mood with myself and haven't quite got round to redoing it yet) and all-new plates etc. On the bright-side the sale will continue until I make up with myself.
Ah, yes, on the plate front - well, last weekend we went to London to visit some friends and took a detour to Paul Smith to have a look at my wares. They were there, in a glass-fronted cabinet alongside other expensive and luxurious ephemera and looked quite at home. Sadly, I was not allowed to take any photographs but it seems that PS have a department devoted to taking photographs of in-store displays so I hope to have some evidence to show you before long.
Oh yes! One very nice and cheering thing has happened, Annie from Koelle Art sent me a beautiful dish to customise for her, and also included two charmingly well-wrapped parcels for me and Iris. There were handmade tags! Mini bunting! A hand-written letter! And soft-as-clouds pom-pom necklaces for us both. Sometimes this blogging business is just so unexpectedly lovely isn't it?
Lastly, have a look at this wonderful shop found via Verhext, and I'll be back soon, promise (ahem)...