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Showing posts from November, 2013

First Sale !!!!

Oh My!!! I am fairly chuffed with myself.. I made my very first sale In my Etsy shop... It really does make you want to craft more!! I made this matching cosmetic pouch and purse gift set today... Available on Etsy... Mauve Floral & Gold Accents Gift Set £15.00 free p&p

Queen Bee Purse

I think this little coin/card purse is adorable... Its available to buy on Etsy

Rustic Bunting

My fireplace was looking a tad boring...  I have tons of hessian lying around in the craft cupboard...  so I made some bunting for myself.. another exciting Saturday night at the jigglemawiggle household...

The French Hare

Nearly had a couple of heart attacks over the past few days... My 201k singer sewing machine decided to start playing up.. The under stitch was all bumfling up (not the technical term haha) Finally after lots of prodding and pulling even a mechanical belt change from another singer... I decided to go back to the basics and change the thread... can you believe it... it was the THREAD!!! more stock Two Toned French Hare Coin/Credit Card Purse Two Toned Feather Design Jug: Glass or jar cover/storage pouch


Hanging Jar Covers.. More Designs on Etsy..

New Stock

Here is some of my new stock.. Jar Jugs...

Gallivanting in Galashiels

Another wee day out today gallivanting round the charity shops in Galashiels.. Im always on the lookout to add some nice prints and frames to my hall Gallery wall.. Wish they were all real oil paintings hahaha...I can dream... Wedded 1882 by Frederick Leighton Leader of Victorian classical painting, Frederick Leighton (1830 – 1896) created historical and mythological scenes influenced by the Nazarenes and the Italian Renaissance.
Thought I had hit the jackpot when I spotted this oil painting signed Cantrell...then I read this on the internet ....  It is important that you realize most of the Cantrell paintings on the market are not by John William Cantrell, but decorative paintings done several decades after his death. These paintings were produced in southeast Asia and sold through furniture stores and MLM home parties in the 60's and 70's. Note the lack of age or patina on the canvases and stretcher bars, plus the newer frames. They were painted using acrylic, a faster dr…

Vintage Engineers Tool Box

Im not sure what im going to use this little cabinet for. craft storage? kitchen cutlery? jewellery? Have to give it a revamp first...its not in very good condition...
 I decided on using it to store my Art things...paintbrushes and what not...

Fabric Jug

Absolutely brilliant idea.... A fabric Jug... just put a jam jar or a drinking glass inside and fill with flowers.. Im going to make lots more of these.. I used a Vintage Francis Price screen print curtain to make this one... This one I made for a friend..