Hello everyone !
I hope everyone has managed to stay warm enough during the cold snap, which at least brought us some sunny dry days on which you could wrap up and get out and about, which now seems to be giving way to what in recent years, seems to be business as usual for Christmas by way of mild wet and windy weather .
Talking of Christmas time , the nativity kits which I put together for my Etsy shop this year have been well received , and I've had some smashing photos sent to me of ones that people have completed . I will put a couple of examples below which Amanda , and Julie sent to me . Look at that splendid stable too . It is fantastic to know that the videos which we put together with the project have been helpful too, as I try to present them as if I were at one of my workshops . I intend to keep this kit seasonal but may offer them a little earlier next year , the videos are in place now and it took a while longer than we thought to film and edit this year . There is also a sheep kit which makes two figures, and the donkey which are available separately and will be available all year , they can be added to the nativity scene as I made them to that scale .
I also have to include a picture we took of the small flock Ryeland sheep which appeared in a field close to where we live they were so cute and very friendly too .
I would also like to take the opportunity as we approach the end of another year to thank everyone who has supported my Etsy shop , and attended the workshops this year not forgetting the venues which have hosted them , and inviting us back again in 2023 . Keep an eye on the relevant page on this website for the 2023 workshops if you would like to attend any of the classes. I look forward to seeing you .
Have fun , a Merry Christmas and best wishes for the coming New Year 🎅