Tuesday, 10 June 2014

The RNCM and the ring

My eldest daughter and I had a lovely relaxing day on Sunday, at the Royal Northern College of Music's Craft Fair.  It had been very well organised but unfortunately as it was competing with other events that day it wasn't well attended, which was a shame as the stalls were beautifully arranged with a vast array of wonderful goodies.  From pottery to prints and jewellery to gorgeous baby clothes.  It was lovely to meet Helen from Waterdew Designs who I had only ever come across on a local crafts Facebook site who I "recognised" from her lovely lace jewellery.  It was also really nice to see Victoria again from Parsnip and Bramble who makes the most divine baby clothes.  

  We met some lovely talented young artists and my daughter was in her element chatting away to them.  
As an art student, it was very inspiring for her to see what other young people were doing and what her future may hold.    

I was pleased that I sold one of my floral "Dorothy" rings (the photograph doesn't really do it justice).  The lovely ladies skin tone really complimented the colour of the ring and she appeared very happy with it.

Did I mention the harpist?  There was a young lady playing the harp for us, for the first half of the day...absolutely beautiful and a great way to spend the day.
Thank you to Tom Bevan and the staff of RNCM for having us. 
All in all, a very nice relaxing day.

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