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Friday 6 August 2021

Home Sweet Home

I made this ready for the Craft Fair I was booked to do,
in a Holiday Park last month in Norfolk.
Because the village was put into lock down, due to the 
high number of Covid-19 new people testing positive,
so the Craft Fair and Village Fun Day was cancelled. 

The Roses and leaves I made with Air Dry Clay.

Sorry the pictures are not very good. 

Hope you all have had your Jabs!!
We went into Norwich City and was surprised how busy
it was. Also, most of the people were still using masks, as
we did too. That made us feel safer.

Thank you for your lovely messages on my last post. 
They are all read and much appreciated, I also
leave you messages on your blogs.

Stay safe and enjoy the sunshine, if you have any!!
Big hugs,


aussie aNNie said...

Wow what a wonderful project, loving this. x
Not surprised about lock down we are at the moment... can still walk doggie

cotnob said...

This is beautiful Carol, gorgeous roses - such a shame the craft fair was cancelled, hopefully they will be able to start again soon.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob

Sarah said...

Ooh, that is beautiful Carol. The roses look magnificent. fingers crossed you will get to take it to another fair soon xx

Carole said...

This is so beautiful Carol...such a shame that once again your craft fayre was cancelled, but I bet when you get the chance to go with all your goodies they will all be a huge sell out...wonderful! Hope you are well, ad things improving on the family front. xx

Doris knippenenplakken said...

What a beautiful creation, Gorgeous!!
Have a great weekend, hugs Doris

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Gorgeous make, those roses are so lifelike. Norwich does vary day by day with how busy it is. School hols make everywhere so busy unfortunately. Yes good to see so many people still wearing masks, we do.

Mrs A. said...

Your roses are so delicate and do look real too. I love the pink colouring being my favourite. Such a shame the craft fayre was cancelled but better to be on the safe side. We had a funeral to attend but
I was not at all happy to be mixing with others even though we were a small number and social distancing with masks. I think it will take our age group a long time to adapt to the new way of living. Hugs Mrs A.

Jules said...

Hi Carol

What a shame about your cancelled fayre .. .. .. hope you have plenty of room to store all of the stock that must be building up!

Your roses are gorgeous and look so real! Love how you can turn your hands to lots of crafts.

Hope all is well with you.

Love Jules xx

Pat K said...

Wow, this is gorgeous Carol. The roses are so delicate and beautifully created. Sorry to hear the event was cancelled and I hope things improve soon. xx

Sue - said...

That is beautiful Carol. What a shame the event was cancelled, but better safe than sorry. People here are still using masks I’m glad to say, but must admit I hate wearing one and will be glad when we don’t need to. xx

Rainey's Craft Room said...

A lovely project, your clay roses look so real. It was such a shame that your craft fair was cancelled but maybe you can book in to another one soon.

Chrissy said...

So beautiful Carol, what a shame it got cancelled..I love the scattered butterflies and those gorgeous flowers, beautiful clay making and the petals look so delicate..


R's Rue said...

So pretty. Stay safe.