4 February 2008

And it's gone....

Hurrah! Hooray! It's all over for today! Hmm, poetry not my thing it seems. Why the cheers? My wholesale order has been posted and is winging its way to Dorset. Oh the relief and yet now the panic really sets in ... what if the order isn't what they thought it would be, after all it's hard to see much from a little photo on a website isn't it? What if my faith in my work is misplaced? What if..... Ah well, we shall see! In the meantime here are some pics of the little dears packaged off for their journey.


First the wallhangings nestled in tissue paper that was actually a very pretty shade of sea blue (flipping light is awful here today!) ...






Next came the Ship, ship sailing games with all the little pebbles and shells tucked safely inside....






And finally here's Fatty Arbuckle. No, we're not posting him off to Dorset - he's far too gorgeous for that - but he just wouldn't budge and so I thought he should be included in the photocall. Isn't he lovely?





Right oh, I'm off for a cuppa before I start the Easter bags - more about those later!



Pipany xx

8 comments:

Cait O'Connor said...

They look gorgeous! Congratulations.

Zoƫ said...

Congratulations Pip, that's wonderful, I am so pleased for you.

When you have the Easter Bags ready, give me a nod and I'll stick a link to them on my Easter Blog.

xx

Pipany said...

Oh thank you Zoe; that's reaaly sweet of you xx

Pipany said...

I meant 'really'!!!

Jane said...

I'm sure that they will be delighted - everything looks very swish,
J
x

Fern said...

They are beautiful and can't fail to please. Many congratulations on your first wholesale order!

saraeden said...

Well done on getting your order out ... it all looks lovely im sure it will all sell very quickly !!

I dont know if i mentioned it but i sell some of my things at a little place in St Ives !! The lovely lady that owns it is always looking for nice things to sell ... if you want more info just let me know !!

Sara x

Sally's Chateau said...

Lovely Pipany, hope all your hard work pays off. Where are they in Dorset ? I'm often there.