I promised you a peep at this weeks making.
Remember the freshly laundered barkcloth fabrics all over my sofa?
They're being reloved as bags. After my new spring bag I had a bit of a bag frenzy and made this little lot
This one below is probably my favourite and has already been spotted and sold to my friend and neighbour - I'm just discovering the joys of Facebook. Please do drop by and give me a like and spread the word.
The rest will be heading off to Custard Hall tomorrow and also to my Etsy shop.
I'm really trying hard now to sell enough stuff to stay at Custard Hall a little longer. High Street rent is huge and way beyond little old me but it has taken Jelly Jam to a new audience. The response has been fantastic and given me a renewed confidence that people like what I'm making and are (even better) prepared to pay for it!
So is it time to treat your mum? Two weeks til Mother's Day I think.
Which one is your favourite?
Elsewhere Eldest Jammer turned my wrapping paper into mini bunting for the bulbs. It even inspired me to clean the grotty old kitchen shelf. Whilst we're on the shelf, do you like my green Peas tin? It came in a box of old tins I bought at auction. I love the graphics and it looks great planted up with mini daffs.
You'll have to see what I did with the wallpaper next time. No photos yet and my 'to do before tomorrow' list is as long as a very long thing.