Tuesday, 20 October 2009

Christmas is coming!

Yesterday I popped over to our local branch of Sue Ryder to pick up some bits for the Folksy Upcycle Christmas competition.

My entry will involve this lovely bit of sheet music, the Dover book of Victorian floral stencils, a complimentary Barclaycard road atlas from 1990 and 'Introduction to Printing Processes' (which is actually quite interesting and might be saved from the cutting knife!).

Find out how to enter yourself here.

With Christmas on our minds, we're really looking forward to having a stall at the Pick and Mix Maker's Fair in Holt on December 12th, which promises to be a lovely day out, especially as The Tea Lounge from Norwich are doing the food! Find out more about the fair here.

After a recent burst of activity we've got a little box full of tiny offcuts of leather and marbled paper, the perfect size for making teeny, tiny little books like this one -

It measures just 4.5cm - not much use for writing a novel, but the perfect size for small striped bears.


Anonymous said...

What amazing stuff you found! Such beautiful bits and pieces. I can't wait to see what you make. =)

Also, I would really like one of those tiny leather-bound books. Are you planning on selling them? Or do you feel like randomly giving me presents by any chance?

Sarah and Jon said...

Thanks Joe! We are indeed going to make some more teeny books - will let you know when we do.