Thursday, March 31, 2011

Don't miss Jamie, age 5, at Crafty Fox!

Jamie Ferguson Jones
I'm five and have been getting ready for the Crafty Fox for months. When I'm not eating, sleeping or at school, I'm in training to be an artist. I love to make things, painting, sticking and splodging are my favourite things. Come and see me at the Crafty Market. I can draw your picture if you'd like or you can buy one of my painted stones. My inspriation is the Mad Hatter - he's the best!
Love Jamie x

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Handmade Raffle for Japan at Crafty Fox

Following the tragic recent events in Japan, we have decided to run a raffle at Crafty Fox in aid of the Red Cross's Japan appeal. Lots of stall holders have kindly donated a range of fabulous goodies as prizes, including a print of the Crafty Fox Easter artwork from Jimbobart. Tickets will be £2 each or 3 for £5 and will be available to buy from the raffle table at Crafty Fox on 16th April. Lets hope we raise lots of funds for a great cause!

Thanks to Wooden Tree, Little Mashers, Galavant, Jimobart, Baby Bandito, From Chaos Comes Beauty, Justine Ellis, Marcel et Bobine, Avarae 17, Kitzie G, Ms Cupcake, Archie and Cecile, Chloe Owens, Lovely Gorgeous Things, Heart Zeena, Forgotten Stitches, Duddy and Day, Stuffed Nonsense, Hope and Eden, The Seventy Tree and Feather Fancies for kindly donating prizes.

Friday, March 18, 2011

Crafty Fox Sellers Etsy Treasury

For anyone who isn't familiar with the wonderful, handmade world of, click below at your's a seriously addictive past time! All those featured below will be selling at The Crafty Fox on 16th April. You will find a fuller list of almost 40 sellers by clicking on the tab above.

'The Crafty Fox Market' by Galavant

















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Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Letter Lounge - latest addition to The Crafty Fox

Letter Lounge will be making an appearance at the Crafty Fox Market too! When you need a little break from browsing over 30 stalls full of handmade and vintage treasures and taking part in crafty workshops, pop up to the 1st floor to grab yourself a lovely cuppa, a slice of cake and write a little letter to a loved one. Claire, the brains behind the Letter Lounge, is here to explain..

'Basically, everyone loves finding a handwritten letter from an old friend on their doormat. This is true. The best way to get one is to send one. The thing is we're all so busy living our lives in a flurry of Twittering, Facebooking, and emailing to ever find the time to put pen to paper, let alone walk to the post box. So I thought I'd try something to change all that, a little occasional event called Letter Lounge - a space where you can come along to write the letters you never have time for and enjoy a bit of a social. We'll provide paper, pens, envelopes and stamps. All you need to bring is the address of the person you're writing to and a sunny disposition. We even take the trouble to post your letters for you. And Letter Lounge is free. I'd just like more people to send each other lovely handwritten letters.'

Letter Lounge has a very beautiful website and you can also find Claire on Twitter too. Don't forget to bring addresses of all those long lost friends!