I always think of January as a month for decluttering and having a good sort out of all the cupboards and other places we find to stash crap throughout the year. The weather has also been appalling and it’s taken a lot to get me out of my pyjamas let alone the house at the weekends. As a result, I’ve hardly bought anything at all this month.
Nothing makes me happier than finding just what I’ve been looking for at a bargain price. Falling for something I never even knew I needed is pretty great too which is why I adore flea markets. The combination of affordable prices and never knowing quite what you’ll come home with makes exploring a market my favourite pastime. Continue reading
I was slightly underprepared for the size of the flea market this month and found myself flagging half way round (what is wrong with me?!) I pulled myself together and we managed to see everything but I was secretly glad to get home and collapse on the sofa…
Having been denied a flea market at the Bath & West show ground for both May and June, this month’s couldn’t come soon enough and so this Sunday I reluctantly emerged from underneath the duvet and headed towards Shepton Mallet. Continue reading
James and I spent last Sunday selling my candles at Gold Hill Fair in Shaftesbury. Our stall was positioned opposite a ‘crockery smashing stall’ which is similar to a coconut shy but instead of coconuts, unloved china is slaughtered. £1 got you three wooden balls to hurl at somebody’s once prized tea set. Continue reading