Today I thought I would do a 'Meet the neighbours", section. so lets start with one of the most important people at Clevedon Craft Centre, Dottie from Dot Teas ( get it?). I have to avoiding going over to often as her lemon and blueberry cake is to die for. As you can see she does cream teas and lots of yummy goodies. Her son was there today playing the piano outside which was lovely for people as they sat outside.She also does Pottery painting for children so is great for them to keep them occupied in the holidays.
So if you do manage to get to visit, make sure you visit Dot Teas.
I had a good day today, even though it was not hugely busy, I sold my first painting. Yay!!! I was so pleased I went and forgot to give the lovely lady her receipt, opps!!
I also finished my Rooftops painting so that is now on my display easel, along with other unframed pictures and if I have the energy I will list it on folksy as well.
Poor Mr WD had to make an emergency visit this morning, to bring me milk. What I had left over from the previous day, had turned overnight, yuck. After all how can you work without a cup of tea?
After some conversations I had over the last few days with various people, I decided I needed a bigger board outside. I also noticed that people with children were reluctant to come in and if they did, they came in separately, so I wanted to put a children welcome sign out.
This called for a Blue Peter moment this morning and I put together these laminated images I printed off last night. It definitely made a difference as I had more families in today.
I am not sure how many people are following, as I can't get my analytics to work properly, but I assume from the comments on folksy and e-mails( thanks Brenda) that a few people are interested, so I will ramble on for a few more days