Christmas fair time

The plan this month was to get busy in the shed making things to sell at Christmas fairs.  I was ahead of the game and booked slots in a few back in the summer.  I worked hard to make enough money in September and October so that I could keep November free to prepare… these things don’t make themselves!  Well my first fair is this Sunday and today was the first day that I have had to make anything for it.  Its been a busy month; lots of handyman work and lots of orders for some old classics (dogs beds are still selling well) but also some bespoke items which I have really enjoyed making.

With some help from my good wife I think we will be ready.  Charlie has an inset day tomorrow, I’m sure he would love to spend the day in the shed!

I think that I should work as hard as I can on the run up to Christmas because January and February are likely to be quiet.   Although, I think that I have just secured a fairly big flooring job starting in February which should help keep me busy.

Anyway, all is well.  Busy but well.  Please come and take a look at the stool and say hello at one of the Christmas fairs if you have the time.  Here is a list of where I will be over the Christmas period;

Sunday 25th November – Wilton and Sherford Christmas fair, Taunton, 10:00-4:00

Sat and Sun 1st and 2nd December – Rumwell Farm Christmas market, Wellington

Saturday 8th December – The museum of Somerset Christmas Market, Taunton, 10:00-5:00

Sat 15th and Sun 16th December – Shepton Mallet Christmas market, Shepton Mallet

Would be lovely to see you there, you don’t have to buy anything!

Coming to the conclusion that I like being busy.  I am still yet to watch an episode of Jeremy Kyle.

See ya next time x






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