...that Eco Etsy's "Auction for a Cause" starts tomorrow; you can find out the details here. This would be a great opportunity to cross off a bunch of names on your list for the holidays.
We're not quite finished moving - sheesh. But, we have a lot to do to the new place before we can fully move it. So, posts may still be a bit spotty for now. I'm going to try to get all of our stuff in our old place to one room (plus the kitchen...well, just the fridge, microwave and a few dishes are functioning right now...the rest is off limits because it's packed and I want to keep the kitchen clean) so that it's less overwhelming. As far as the new place, we're re-doing the floors ourselves, so it's taking some time.
Therefore, I haven't had much time for crafting. But, if I find some time here and there, I may work on some more "...for your Wall" pieces.
In the meantime, I thought I would introduce a new shop on Etsy that I find utterly charming. I love to learn about cultural differences in food and British Cream Tea has the most adorable "Delicious British felt treats," and there's even a glossary in the shop announcement:
Biscuits = Cookies
Ice Lollies = Popsicles
Sweets = Candy
Puddings = Desserts (usually with custard or cream)
Okay, here's some pictures of these cuties:
Christmas Pudding - I love how the icing drips off the edge.
Fab Ice Lolly - Check out the embroidered sprinkles on this one.
Boiled Egg and Toast Soldiers - Stinkin cute little egg!
The photography is great in this shop and makes me want to have a tea party. Also, check out the descriptions on these items for a history on them; very clever!
All for now; I hope you had a fabulous weekend!