Monday, 28 November 2011

hot cakes


Roll up roll up!!
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Not only have I been a creative advisor and part window dresser for my friend Rachel
whilst she was setting up her new business Rosie Lea Tea House and Bakery
in Brockenhurst in the New Forest.
I am now selling my wares in the tea shop!!!!
The gingerbread men are selling like hot cakes!
Rachel has kindly set up an area to sell local handmade products.
Recognise anything?
I knew there was a reason for my rsi!
gingerbread and crochet bunting
now sold
If you are local to the area then do pop along,
you will be treated to delicious homecooked cakes and a choice of loose teas,
all served in lovely vintage china with proper teacups!
Rachel also runs her events and wedding catering business from the premises,
including the baking of bespoke cakes, gluten free etc..
This the first time I have sold anything in an actual real life shop!!
Watch this space for some exciting window changes,
and maybe even selfsewn online!


*need some sweet looking labels for your crafty products?
  selfsewn tags and business cards produced here..just drop me an email.

19 comments:

Simone said...

Wow! How wonderful Clare to see all your handmade goodies displayed in a shop window. I bet you'll spend a lot of time in the shop eating cake too!!! x

Nicky said...

Adorable Clare - are you sure they are not running away ! ??

Patchwork and Play said...

Good for you Clare! How exciting! I wish I was able to stop by and have tea and gingerbread! They are too cute to eat, of course!

Nattie said...

Looks so beautiful, what a lovely shop. Your makes are pretty too, ickle little gingerbread men, what's not to love!
Nattie x

Bee happy said...

Congrats on your sale and the tea room is looking gorgeous :)

Bee happy x
Have a delicious day!

greenrabbitdesigns said...

Excellent Clare, you have been busy.
Your little creations are lovely, well done you!
Vivienne x
P.S. Love your labels. :)

Lynne said...

What a shame I don't live nearby, I would surely visit the tea shop. Love the gingerbread men.

Helen Philipps said...

Well done on all your new sales...the gingerbread men look gorgeous, I'm not surprised they're selling like hot cakes!! How pretty the tea shop looks too!
Helen x

andamento said...

How exciting, well done. I make felt ornaments every Christmas for nursery/school fairs. I've done gingerbread men each year, but this year owls are ruling the roost!

Victoria said...

It must be fantastic to not only see the things you made in a shop, but to know they are selling well. I'm not surprised it's all selling well.
congratulations!

Serenata said...

Congratulations to both you and your friend. How lovely to have somewhere to sell your beautiful handmade goodies. I wish you both much success.

Catherine said...

Fabulous, well done! And what a great window display

Love, Love, Love said...

Yay for you! The shop/tea room looks delightful :)

monda-loves said...

I'm loving the gingerbread men. You should definitely apply for Handmade Winchester next year. I think you'd fit right in.

Lisa said...

Good luck to Rachel with her venture. I will make sure we pop in next time we go there for a walk. And well done to do. All your handmade items are beautiful.
Lisa x

Mary said...

How did I miss this post yesterday? YAY,YAY, YAY CLARE!!!!! I am so excited for you - I could pop! You have added a very sweet touch to Rosie Lea's tea shop....the perfect fit I would say :) I will be there ASAP!!! YAY CLARE!!!

Dotty Peach said...

Well done how exciting, your display looks lovely, I love your gingerbread men so much and your wreaths are so clever to. x

Bobo Bun said...

Tea shop looks fabulous and an ideal place to sell handmade goodies. Bet you're thrilled selling your first work, no stopping you now.

X

Janine said...

I don't know how I missed this post. The window display is fabulous. Congratulations on your sale - I hope it's the start of a wonderful new business :)