Friday, 21 January 2011

Well, here it is and here I am, my very first ever blog and as it is Friday, this will be my first ever Folksy Friday blog.
Folksy Friday's are written by sellers on , a UK only handmade craft site, to promote both Folksy and other seller's crafty-ness.

In the few months I have been on Folksy, items that I have made have very kindly been featured in blogs written by other people so by way of a thank you, I have chosen an item from each of their shops to showcase today.
If you like what you see click on the picture to be taken to that particular shop and you can see what else they have been making.

hand knitted mice and daisy tea cosy Fabric butterfly book of love
large magnet kiss better than I cook Tiger eye coil bracelet
Alsatian/German shepherd card Pink Bag

crinoid fossil jasper keyring

From left to right, row by row we have; Beaniehats, clootielugs, mariadivine, uniquebeadedgems, cardswithadifference, uniquelyyours and Nofkantscurios.

So.....there it is, my first venture into blogland.  I enjoyed this and will be back soon with more musings, hope to see you there.


  1. Aw! congratulations on such a lovely first blog! thank you for choosing my little butterfly book of love too! Here's wishing you many happy hours of blogging xx

  2. That's a brilliant (and lovely) idea for a theme : )

  3. The tea cosy is just so cute!
    Well done for your first post, and a very sweet idea for a theme x

  4. Super choices and lovely first blog. I think that teacosy is great fun! Shaz x

  5. Lovely first blog :)
    thank you and happy blogging!
    Maria x

  6. Well done. Great first blog. Thanks for including my bag, much appreciated. Linda

  7. Thank you so much for including me in your first ever FF Blog, I feel very honoured, and you have chosen one of my faves from my shop, the crioid jasper is so pretty.

    All your choices are fantastic and they look great together.

    Natalie x

  8. Hi Pam ...great blog ...luv the background! Great idea to show the work above, it's all about networking.

    Good luck with it all.

    John - PrintedOnRibbon