Wednesday, 16 June 2010

Many More Thank You's

I seem to be writing these Thank you blogs all the time, which is a really really good thing as it means the directory continues to be busy with new listings. I just love reading through the websites, online craft shops and blogs that get listed and have come across some fantastic crafters that I may not have seen if it wasn't for this.

No new categories or charities have been listed this week but we have now raised £185 + £31 gift aid....WOW! There are still plenty of categories (e.g. knitting!) that have yet to have any entries so it would be good to get them started soon. I have also been playing with the 'search' facility and it is fabulous. Have a go, try typing something like 'personalised' into the search field and see what happens, I love it (little things please...and all that!).

Crafts Directory - Thankyou
So to welcome the new additions to the directory since I last blogged, I would like to say a BIG Thank you to the following (takes a deep breath):

The first thank you goes to Hearts and Homespun and their Handmade soaps and body care products.

The second thank you goes to Prem2Pram who specialise in Handmade premature baby clothes and accessories.

The third thank you goes to Itsamistry Design Studio and her Handcrafted custom designed jewellery.

The fourth thank you goes to the Red Ted Art a craft idea and resource blog for young and old.

The fifth thank you goes to The Sewing Directory an online directory of UK sewing businesses.

The sixth Thank you goes to Suffolk Sewing School who offer one to one tuition for all aspects of sewing.

The seventh Thank you goes to Raicreations Designs and Myra's handmade jewellery and greetings cards.

The eighth Thank you goes to Christals Creations and their Folksy shop selling unique handmade jewellery.

Many thanks again for all your hard work in promoting the directory!

Mick

1 comment:

  1. What a lot of new entries, fantastic. Welcome from me too, and a thank you to Mick for giving us a new opportunity and a way to help the charities.

    Lynda

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