Wednesday, 9 March 2011

Kelham and the bears

Well it’s been a busy few weeks, I have done my first fair of the year, killed my old pc, made a charity bear  and not lost weight BUT spring is coming and the birds are singing!!!!
At the end of February I attended Kelham Hall for their first fair of the year and after November I had mixed feelings about whether this fair would worth the effort. I am glad to say that it was, as several bears went to new homes and as you can see from my picture I had been a busy bee. It was lovely to catch up on several collectors, especially those that couldn’t make it last time.





 
This is Clicie, I made him for my daughter who was part of a fund raising event at college. Her and a few friends organized a cupcake sale and raffle for a children’s cancer charity called Clic Sargent. I just had to donate a bear and they raised about £140 which was brilliant, I am one proud mother.




This is Mint Julep, he is about 13 inches and is for sale on my website or by clicking the available bears tab on my blog



And finally we have Miss Darcie……………………………she is a real sweetie at about 15 inches. She is wearing bloomers, petticoat, chemise and over dress, all made by myself. She is available for adoption on my website too.
 Beary Hugs
Sue
xxx

7 comments:

Joolz said...

I'm loving Miss Darcie! Glad you did well at your bear show!

congiu-kitching said...

Like the blog Sis. Keep it up!

customteddys said...

Isn't it fun to have such a wonderful collection of bears to display. Your work is great! Hugs, Vicki

FenBeary Folk said...

Ah thanks guys.
I am so glad you like Darcie Joolz, I love her too.
Vicki, I just adore doing the shows and I spend ages on the day faffing with the look LOL
Hi Al thanks for the encouragement xxx

Southern Bears said...

I am doing a show in a couple of weeks time and I sure wish my collection is going to be a impressive as yours. Any tips?

Pat xx

FenBeary Folk said...

I know your bears will be absolutely fabulous Pat, my big tip is not to stress out and enjoy it, good luck xxxxx

Jacqui said...

Wow you have been a busy bee. I am so pleased to hear you had a great show. Love your blog :-) xxx