Monday, 13 December 2010

Sell, sell, sell at the Christmas Market

Hello, my wife is working hard making up more arrangements and wreaths so I am deputising for her.  Why is she working hard this evening? Because we had a busy weekend on the Christmas market at Tunbridge Wells and have very little left to sell; as we are due to be at the Pantiles again next weekend, it would seem that she will have to wait a little longer for what will be a well earned rest.

For me it is a chance to re-charge the batteries as I was down at the Pantiles at 8am on Saturday setting everything up and then remained on the stall for much of the day.  It was a cold day, but that didn't put off the customers, who came well wrapped up and ready to embrace the Christmas spirit.

At next week's market we'll be concentrating on festive table arrangements especially for the Christmas table.  They'll be more bulbs in china cups and bowls too; people really liked these and the feedback was positive.  Some more pictures will be up soon so let us know what you think.

That's all from your guest contributor today (though I have enjoyed this so maybe my wife won't get a chance to get back on!) .

Friday, 10 December 2010

Friday Wreath Party

Well it's Friday already, so here is my luxurious wreath for the party over on Modern Country Style

Don't forget, if I can tempt you with a wreath pop by and see us at The Pantiles Christmas Market this weekend.

Friday, 3 December 2010

The weather has won this weekend, the market has been postponed until next weekend as we have had so much snow. Instead we have our very own grotto; who would have thought that this was in Kent, looks more like an alpine scene!

Here is a taster as to what we have been creating for the market. Huge selection of festive wreaths, planted china, as seen before and table arrangements, all accompanied by huge amounts of snow!

That's enough playing for now, still learning all the different functions on the camera.

Wednesday, 1 December 2010

Winter's here

Well these pics seem a bit late now, seeing as everything is now covered in snow!
We had beautiful frosty mornings which meant I was able to play with our new Christmas present - Yes we are worse than children and couldn't wait to open it and get snapping!

The last of the roses in the garden for this year. Off to photograph bulbs that are ready for a snowy christmas market this weekend.
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