For a good few weeks, we'd been super excited about setting up a stall with Etsy at the party in Battersea Park, for the Jubilee. What with the totally glorious weather we've had, we were so sure it would be a beaut of sun filled day. Alas no..
After a 4am start, a delightful coach ride, and quite a long walk to Battersea in the drizzle we arrived at the Park wondering what we'd let ourselves in for... but by the time all the other lovely Etsy traders had arrived and we'd set up our stalls, the rain had lessened.
Here's my stall, looking just the right amount of damp and windswept:
It was so great to see so many people had made the effort to dress up, with many in red, white and blue, waving their flags for Liz...
I was busy selling when the flotilla started, but darling Gazmatron managed to get some snaps...
He was lucky enough to see the Queen go by- she's the speck of white on the boat in this photo.
While Gary saw Liz float past, I saw my first real life Pearly King & Queen... Totally brilliant.
I caught up with my fab friend Tina at Tobyboo, who kindly gave me this rat-licious sticky tape...
Go get some NOW- it is truely ACE. Click here for the link.
Bought two hilarious and kinda creepy finger brooches, one for me, one for my sister from the cute www.miwary.com
You can buy your own extra finger here.
It was a truly bonkers-ly (yes, that is a word) busy day, where at points, the stall was 4 deep in customers.
Here's a picture of me finding something quite hilarious, whilst serving 8 different customers all at once on the stall...
So at the end of the day, with my pockets full of hard earned cash, I treated myself to this gorrrrrrrrrgeous cowboy cushion from the super Sally Nencini
Take a look at Sally's knitted delights here- I'd like one of each please.
And to thank my dearest Gazmatron for helping me out on a rainy day, treated him to some much hankered after vintage saddle shoes...
What a lucky boy!
Anyway, off to continue enjoying this lovely long Jubilee weekend