26/03/2012

March Makers #Handmade #Folksy

Today I think I will feature the March Makers. They have all been very busy creating wondrous crafts for your delectation. I have just been looking through the threads and seen lots of fantabulous crafts. Do you like that word? Fantabulous... a mix of fantastic and fabulous. Have to say it does describe the creations I keep seeing very well.
I`m hoping, at this point that all the blogs have been behaving and all published in their turn. I`m also hoping that you have all been enjoying them, whichever site they are from.
I think it`s nice to see crafts from different sites as different crafters get drawn to different places. This way you all get to see a much wider variety of creations, which can`t be bad.
By now I will be itching to get back on the computer and catch up with the backlog of everything I have missed on four days away.
I bet you have all missed my aimless waffle, it`s a bit harder when you are writing them all ahead. Especially as I just run on about what I`ve been doing and anything vaguely interesting happening in my life.
I expect you all find it totally riveting. (Not)
Oh dear I have run on a bit without meaning too.
I did a cloud verse a few days ago, it was meant to be this one but I couldn`t find the piece of paper I had written it on. So I will put this one on here today. There are liable to be a few more as I shall be busy cloud watching at times on my journey home from Milton Keynes, when I`m not crocheting that is.
As usual, to see a bigger picture or a description, just click on the item to view it in the shop.
ENJOY!!!

What do clouds mean to you,
do you think, oh no rain is due?
Or are they just clouds
something that always shrouds
the sky and makes it dull?
The things that cause a lull
and make the sun go away
until another sunny day.
They set my imagination free
as I stand and watch, just be.
Then they move into shapes
people or superheroes with capes,
then animals sometimes appear
and very often are so clear.
Dinosaur, horse, rabbit and a dog,
a tortoise and not forgetting the frog.
All of these I have seen,
as a cloud watcher I am keen.
Drifting along, oh so slow.
While some are jerky, others flow.
Dark and menacing or fluffy and white
they are always such an engaging sight!


SHOP NAME 1 SHOP NAME 2
Spiral Fountain Jewellery. Imogen`s Imagination.
SHOP NAME 3 SHOP NAME 4
Red Devil Crafts. Loutul.
SHOP NAME 5 SHOP NAME 6
Sarah Joanne Jewellery. Ann Chandler Originals.


SHOP NAME 1 SHOP NAME 2
Clootielugs... Violette Handmade.
SHOP NAME 3 SHOP NAME 4
Helles Belles Cards. Whimsy Woo Designs.
SHOP NAME 5 SHOP NAME 6
Adien Crafts. Abyjem handcrafted jewellery.


SHOP NAME 1 SHOP NAME 2
Eccentric Ella. Couer Vaillant.
SHOP NAME 3 SHOP NAME 4
Sew Surplus. DIGGI WOODTURNING.
SHOP NAME 5 SHOP NAME 6
Merry Berry and the Little Panda. Yarn Away Knits.

Hope you enjoyed todays fantabulous display of creations from the creative crafters of the March Makers listing club.
Thanks for visiting, please come back soon.

6 comments:

  1. Great items Linda. Love the Summer Garden tea cosy.

    Hope you had a nice time away.

    Thanks for featuring my Kindle cover.

    Shirley x

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  2. Wonderful Range. Thank you for including one from my shop
    Roy

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  3. thank you very much for featuring my butterfly fascinator :o)

    Imogen's Imagination will be supporting a local Sheffield-based charity, Sophie's Wish (an umbrella group of Brain Tumour Research-Registered Charity No: 1093411) and donating 25% from all online sales from my Etsy shop between NOW and midnight 30th March 2012.

    For full info please see the FB event page:
    http://www.facebook.com/events/265711703513649/

    x

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  4. ooops! and ill be offering the same donation from the Folksy shop!

    x

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  5. Thanks for taking the time to comment, much appreciated.

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  6. Lovely post, as you say there is a lot of talent at Folksy. Diggi Woodworking's light pull is absolutely gorgeous and so is the jewellery. Thanks for including my pewter embossed bottle.

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