Thursday, November 03, 2011

Early November at the Shop...


And its all gone a bit festive!
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Lots of handmade treasures for a more unique Christmas.
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(I added the faux fur wrap to the mannequin today.)
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I've also changed the window displays...
Gift ideas under £10...
And gift ideas under £25...
With lots more inside!

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Thanks for stopping-by,
Hope you're having a good week,
Niki x

19 comments:

  1. WOW Niki!
    Serious eye candy,your shop looks beautiful,in picture 23 is that gorgeous china piece with the handle covered in rose buds to hold eggs? there is so much to look at i am going back for another day dream,
    xxxx

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  2. Looks wonderful Niki, what a good idea to have the "gifts under..." sections as I'm sure some people would see wonderful items and think "I couldn't afford something like that" but now they can see that they probably could.
    Carol xx

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  3. Hi K,
    Yes, its for taking/serving hot boiled eggs to the breakfast/tea table! Pure decadence you know! ;-))
    N x

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  4. Thanks for your comment Carol - You got it! That is exactly the problem I've experienced...People peer in through my shop's windows, but won't venture over the front step as they think everything will be expensive... Hopefully these displays will help...
    Niki :)

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  5. Fantastic photos of some beautiful items!
    June

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  6. OOh how lovely Niki! Now I'm really starting to feel Christmassy! It all looks beautiful. Janex

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  7. Everything looks absolutely beautiful!
    Liz @ Shortbread & Ginger

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  8. Oh how lovely and Christmassy. I spied one of my favourite cook books as well in your photos (the stork book).

    ~c~

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  9. Full of tempting treats as always Niki! I must get round to doing the Christmas display at the The Sea Garden soon! I've had a cold this week so not been feeling up to it. I like your idea of gifts for under £10 etc. And thanks for your well wishes on my posting!
    Love, Christine x

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  10. Oh, goodness! Your lovely shop is much too far away for me to visit. I could spend days in there.

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  11. Waow Niki!
    I want to be there, in your store... it is wonderful!
    Lucky people in Shepton Mallet :):):)
    If I could I would come to live there, near to your store! :o))
    Good luck and a hug, Maria.
    (with translator)

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  12. Looking amazing Nikki!
    Wish I were there!

    Have a great weekend,

    Sandie xx

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  13. Your shop looks apsalutely gorgeous i could certainly spend hours there looking around,i love your blog your pictures are a joy to look at xx

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  14. Looks fab Niki! I am partial to the red rocking horse....
    Jayne
    x

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  15. Niki, it looks fabulous!
    :)
    ~Becca~

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  16. Niki - I haven't been by in such a long time (I haven't been blogging due to a change in daily routine/activities). However, I become nostalgic this time of year, as my last trip to England was over the Christmas holiday. My first thought was to revisit your blog, and this particular post was everything I could think for and more! Everything in your shop is so stunningly beautiful! I have a new blog now (but I'm still the same Louise from Cape Cod). :)

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  17. Oh my! Your shop is like a beautiful treasure chest :)

    All things nice...

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  18. Your shop looks so beautiful Niki. I would so love to visit it one day. I hope you sell lots in the run up to Christmas. Fiona x

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  19. Beautiful, beautiful things. Lovely, inspiring photos.
    Best wishes.
    Jennie

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Thank you for finding the time to visit me...
Niki xx