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Introducing the Threads of a Fairytale travelling boutique

hairclipsI am very busy at the moment planning and preparing for my first festival stall.

Threads of a fairytale is going to be at the New Forest Fairy Festival on 24th – 25th August at Burley Park, Burley, Hampshire. Have a look at the website; lots of entertainment has been organised and Josephine Wall and Linda Ravenscroft are going to be there. I can’t wait!
Along with all my fairy and steampunk inspired handmade clothing, I’ll be taking smaller items – hairclips and jewellery, which are not yet for sale in the Threads of a Fairytale Etsy shop.

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