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Friday, 7 November 2014

A Christmas Wreath Making Crafternooon

 
A Crafternoon in a Museum
Our crafternoon crafters making in the museum kitchen!
Last Saturday I packed up the Crafternoon cases and headed over to Pickford's House in Derby for an afternoon of wreath making fun. We had an afternoon tea to host as part of the afternoon of old fashioned crafty fun. I had looked forward to this event for ages!

It is early but it's great to be prepared for Christmas with our wreaths all made for December. V smug feeling I can tell you! The wreaths were inspired by the colours, fabrics and Christmas celebrations of the Georgian period, the time when the museum was a prosperous house in Derby.

Georgian inspired crafty wreaths
 
Here are a few pictures from the day, I've had a nasty bug this week and preparing for a blogger meet hence the delay in posting.

Our afternoon tea in the scullery

 
We put all the crafty materials around the kitchen

Wreath making with vintage afternoon tea
Our amazing setting at the museum

 
Our next Crafternoon is in December at Pickford's House where we will be making lovely Christmas ornaments!


Bye for now,

Samantha
 

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