Friday, 4 May 2012

Guess The Theme 2

Good mornng everyone!  We're going to play 'Guess the Theme' again but I've made it much much easier for you this week.  The rules are the same as last week - have a look at all these lovely items and try to work out what the connection is.  Once you know what the theme is, leave your answer as a comment on the wall of the new Buy Handmade British Facebook Page.  Entries sent by email and comments on this blog, twitter or the Cute Kids Clocks facebook page will not count.  Everybody who gets it right will be put in a hat and one person, drawn at random, will win a small prize.  I'm not telling you what the prize is because it's relevent to the theme.  You have until 6am (BST) on Monday to get your entry in and you're only allowed one entry - if you have more than 1 guess I'm just going to take your first answer.  The winner will be announced in this blog and on facebook on Monday morning.

Stone Clock by annmariefullerton
£9.99 (+ £5 p&p)
A beautiful piece of slate from the Honister mine in the Lake District national park.  The clock is fitted with a quartz battery operated movement, and can be either put on a stand or hung on the wall. It measures approx H 6 1/2" x D 1/4" x W 4 3/4" at it's widest point. 

Book of Secrets with Hidden Drawer by sparklingblackrose
£12 (+ £1.50 p&p)
Perfect for all your special items you want to keep safe, its a wooden box shaped like a book with a drawer which pulls out from the spine. Decorated with texture paste to stamp butterflies, patterns and script into the cover, and painted with three different types of metallic acrylic paints so the book glimmers in the light.The inside of the drawer has been painted to match the outside too. A wonderful gift or a present for yourself.

Prisoner and Rat Art Print by HarrietsImagination
£10.19 (+ free delivery)
Title: "Isolated"
Paper Size: 8.5 x 11 inches
Signed On Back Of Print by the artist Tanya Mayers
This is a print of an original digital artwork. The image is centered on paper with an 3mm white border for easy framing.  Printed on Epson Archival Matte paper size A4


Recycled Blue Ty Nant Goblets by WestArtAndGlass
£8.50 (+ £3 p&p)
These glasses are made by sawing the bottoms off blue Ty Nant mineral water bottles, and using it as the base. The parts are stuck together using an epoxy structural adhesive, which is exceedingly strong.  The drinking edge and the bottom are sanded to make them safe but they are still not as smooth as on a regular drinking glass, so care should be taken. You should also make sure you place this glass on a scratch resistant surface 

Siberian Phoenix Tote Bag by ThingsThatSing
£15.85 (+ £5.07 p&p)
The design is inspired by and adapted from a detail on a pre-20th century carp skin coat from Siberia. A super practical bag, strong enough to carry the heaviest of items but lightweight enough to fold up and put in your pocket or handbag. Durable, undyed cotton tote bag with long handles for carrying over the shoulder. High quality commercial grade heat transfer printed on one side. A popular and perfect tote for all your shopping or anything you need to carry!

Crochet Prince or Princess Crown by cheekychumy
£4 (+ £1 p&p)
This is a beautiful hand crocheted crown, suitable for a little prince or princess.  Ideal for any baby and looks super cute on.  Great for photos taken by photographers or parents.  Wonderfull baby shower gift.

Traditional Besom Broom by GreenwoodWoman
£38 (+ £15 p&p)
Made using coppiced hazel for the handle (a traditional material in witchcraft also). Weeping silver birch tips for the broom and thin strips of ash called 'splits' for the binding. The binding shrinks as it dries making it tight. There is also an ash peg through the handle so the head won't come off.  An excellent broom for sweeping autumn leaves up and moss from a lawn. Brilliant for getting into tight corners unlike conventional brooms.

Magic Wand by BonnieStuff
£3.99 (+ free delivery)
Pretty little red heart magic wand. Measures 8 inches tall and has a wooden dowel inside to make the handle firm. Not suitable for young children and babies, due to the dowel inside.

Snowy Owl Notebook by MichelleGood
£5.75 (+ £2.70 p&p)
A gorgeous A6 good quality notebook with a pure wool felt cover. In grey with a gorgeous snowy owl on the front. A bookmark ribbon is securely stitched onto the cover.  Once your notebook is full you can replace it by slipping the cover off and placing it on a new book.

Polymer Clay Wizard Drgaon by AnimalCrackers73
£10 (+ £3.50 p&p)
Ozzy is a little wizard dragon. He's a bit clumsy at spells but he's learning.  He holds in his hand a piece or real amethyst just what a dragon needs for his incantation.  Ozzy is a castaway dragon .Abandoned and alone and all because he was born without wings.  Can you find it in your heart to adopt and love this castaway dragon?  Ozzy is 2 1/2 inches tall and would lovely on your mantlepiece or cake as polymerclay is non toxic.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks so much for including my Hedwig notebook :o)

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