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Folksy 365 - Daily Listing Challenge Thread - JULY 2018

(carolinefrodsham) #342

I forgot to mention I had 2 sales !! :tada::tada: @MaxPringJewellery

(Tracey Christie) #343

I have just added my latest carpet bag to my shop, this is a large weekend bag made from a luxury chenille patchwork fabric :slight_smile:

(Thecardjeanie) #344

Hi all,

Very humid and overcast here in Norwich.

And yet another Graduation Card from me today…

Jeanie x

(Deborah Jones) #345

Afternoon all. 34 degrees here… sweltering.
Finding it quite hard to focus on work, not sure if it is the heat or the cumulative effect of poor sleep.

Been making flowers today.

(Roz) #346

Another good day today. Just under target for the week so hopefully will get there tomorrow but won’t be too disappointed if it doesn’t happen.

(Verchielbeadsandjewellery) #347

Well done Max @MaxPringJewellery on completing your orders! Bangles and boxes are wonderful. Lovin the titanium too.
A lovely trip to Cheltenham today to drop off my vintage jewellery creations. My friend is a couture wedding dress designer specialising in vintage. My eyes are everywhere in her shop - its beautiful!
All loved and pinned to here. Be back later. x

(Max Pring) #348

Evening folks yay happy dancing for sales Valerie, Caroline, Sally and Sue. :dancing_women: :slight_smile:

Thank you for all the titanium love, been trying to think of inventive ways to use it now, got lots of ideas but no time :mantelpiece_clock: :roll_eyes:

I know what you mean Sue @SueTrevor last time I had such a busy July was back in 2013, sadly ot on here but very busy elsewhere, no idea why the difference as I have the same designs in both shops they seem to sell well elsewhere but not here :thinking:

(Natalie Ofkants) #349

Wow, today has been a hot one!

My item for today a pretty Chrysanthemum fossil coral gemstone keyring or handbag charm.

Natalie x

(Homegrownhats) #350

So lovely to hear that the open studio and pop up shops are busy and hopefully lucrative… After all the colour I’ve been relisting over this month, I’ve finally got to this one. Same gorgeous shape but in black…

(Brenda Cumming) #351

faved to here x

(Linda Wild) #352

All loved to here. Congratulations on all the sales, can you please send the sales fairy my way, she’s been a bit of a stranger lately!

Another re-list for today

(Thedotterypotter) #353

Good Evening everyone :slight_smile:

The back was getting better Sasha @SashaGarrett but woke up in lots of pain again this morning. Ice packs have helped a bit and I’m waiting for my new mattress to arrive next week -fingers crossed that it’s comfy! I did test it out in the shop but you don’t really know until you’ve spent a night on it do you?

Lovely titanium earrings Max @MaxPringJewellery - such beautiful colours x
4 sales to report please x

Love your flower studs today Deborah @DeborahJonesJewellery x

My listing today is:

(Martin Shackleton) #354

Evening all,
Today’s listing

Sarah @thedotterypotter I hope you get your back sorted soon. Max @MaxPringJewellery I love your titanium earrings.

(Sasha Garrett) #355

Having suffered with muscle spasms in my back I found that diclofenac (voltarol) before bed is pretty good (its both a muscle relaxant and an anti inflammatory). Fingers crossed the new mattress turns up on time and does the trick for you.

(Sue Mellem) #356

Linda @wildrosedesigns sorry to hear your husband’s bursa isn’t improving. Hope it responds to treatment soon.

Adding my admiration for those titanium earrings Max @MaxPringArtAndCrafts
Glad the pop up went well Roz @OrchardFelts and likewise the open studio Sasha @SashaGarrett

Out for most of the day - finished painting the garden wall at mum’s, glad it was a bit cooler!
WI this evening - we had a fascinating talk about women in history - the speaker was so interesting to listen to we’re going to have her back again. Really didn’t think I’d be saying that we the topic, but she really was a fantastic speaker.

Re-listing tonight

(Verchielbeadsandjewellery) #357

all loved and pinned up to here and 1 sale to report at last, (first sale of this month on here) :tada:

(Max Pring) #358

Good morning, yay happy dancing for sales Rachel and Sarah :slight_smile: :dancer:

Hope your new matress helps your back pain Sarah @thedotterypotter , not much fun. Something worth trying is to roll up a small towel really tight and lie flat on your back with the towel under the curve of your neck and just lie there for half an hour a day. This was recommended to me by physio, it helps combat the damage done to your neck from being hunched over keyboard/workbench/(possible a potters wheel), I was told being hunched over for long periods damages your neck (straightens out the natural curvature) which can cause lower back pain as your spinal cord cannot be stretched and the pain can be felt anywhere along your back. I’ll warn you it can be uncomfortable even a little painful, but after a few days it makes a real difference. I do it the minute I feel my neck/back aching if I have been spending a long time at the computer and it seems to help

Sounds like a very interesting talk Sue @BeadstormJewellery

(Sue) #359

Morning all,
This has actually been listed before, but for some reason had got lost, I found it sitting on a table and must have deleted the original, so here it is again!

When I went to post my parcel yesterday they told me it was over £13 to post a small packet to America! So i said that was ridiculous, and it would be cheaper to separate and send two parcels. Then he decided to tell me the correct price. Just over £3, I wonder how many people just accept what they’re told! I hope my usual postmaster is on holiday and not moved on.

(Brenda Cumming) #360

Sue, that it outrageous. IF I go to the post office with any sort of parcel I always go online first and check how much it is going to cost me. On a couple of occasions they have told me more than it should have been and I have asked them to check, explaining that I have been online and have a lower price. They soon agree with me…so I always check now !

I check everything. Yesterday I had a letter from HMRC saying that my hubby who died last August still had an outstanding amount payable of £72.20 !!!..How can that be? He was on a pension and surely they tax that at source. So I refuse to pay it without checking. It has gone off to my accountant friend who told me that HMRC make loads of mistakes and that he will sort it out !
But even receiving a letter like that can be scary and IF it is a mistake , I wonder how many others are made and how many people just pay it without checking first ?
Well done to everyone’s sales…
I have another cartoon dog today

(PollysWares138) #361

Hi there I’m out very soon so will be back to finish looking at your links.

Today is a necklace for a man.