To celebrate the start our half term, today's theme is If I were a Child - what would I choose ......
|Cat Mosaic by Juesaics|
What child wouldn't love this stunning cat mosaic from Juesaics in their bedroom or playroom?
The colours are just brilliant, and the cat is simply, yet perfectly, pictured sitting on the wall. And just look at the yellow sun - hope your half term has some sunny days.
You can see more Juesaics by clicking on this link to their Craftfest stall.
|Lego Soap from Gifts by Little Miss|
I just love lego. Even though my son is now a teenager he still asks for lego in his Christmas stocking - and yes I usually try and get to play with it even though his models get more complicated every year.
These gorgeous Lego Brick Soaps from Gifts by Little Miss are just fantastic - perhaps I should ask for them in my Christmas stocking - it's never too early!
You can see more Gifts by Little Miss by clicking on this link to their Craftfest stall.
|Ceramic wall plaque by Jelly Bean Pottery|
Remember doing pottery at school? Mine never looked anything as amazing as this.
The colours are great together and I love how the pattern swirls around in loops and make overlapping shapes.
Just hang up one of Jilly Bean Pottery's fantastic ceramic plaques - they are sure to inspire lots of young artists.
You can see more of Jelly Bean Pottery's work by clicking on this link to their Craftfest stall.
|Beano Notebook from The Shed|
Beano - how absolutely spiffing. This fantastic wooden book from The Shed has been decoupaged with images from a vintage Beano comic.
There are lots of pages inside - perfect for drawing, making notes, or even making your own comic - I used to love doing that as a child.
I'm guessing this would be a perfect father's day gift - if the kids can bear to part with it.
You can see more of The Shed's upcycled and vintage style gifts by clicking on this link to their Craftfest stall.
|Purple Knitted Hat from Emily's Funky Knits|
This gorgeous hand knitted hat is by Emily's Funky Knits. I think the colours are so pretty - I love the graduation from purple through lilac to green - then lilac again.
And I think the little pom pom flower is really cute. Girls had better watch out incase mum decides to borrow it!
You can see more of Emily's Funky Knits by clicking on this link to their Craftfest stall.
|Child's Apron from The Old Button|
And finally I'd like to share with you one of my apron designs - little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf - I just love this fabric.
Well, I hope you had as much fun browsing these fab makes as I did choosing what to share.There are lots more stalls over at CRAFTFEST- just click on this link to go to the Creative Connections website.
I'll be back tomorrow with some glittering jewellery stalls from the CRAFTfest Blue Team.