Folksy Ltd

What I would love to sell today

(Kmt) #1466

lucky dip!

(Debby Coatham) #1467

I would love to sell one of my mohair bears and give him or her a home for Christmas…too many to choose from but I will pick Scamp as he has been with me a few months

find him and his furry friends at

(TheGlassArk) #1468

This pair of birds

(FancyPantsCraftsGifts) #1469

I added this to my shop today and have posted a wee feedback forum for some feedback. I would love some views on it and obviously would love to sell one but I will make do with some love lol. :blush:

(FancyPantsCraftsGifts) #1470

@Bearlescent, he his beautiful XX

(Debby Coatham) #1471

Thank you very much x

(MadeintheTemple) #1472

This little bobble purse is the oldest listing in my shop and needs a good home.

(francescaburke) #1473

I’m moving soon and tote bags are a faff to carry (ironically) so I’m hoping to sell a few of these soon:

(TheGlassArk) #1474

(Julia K Walton) #1475

This hand sewn lavender heart comes with a transparent pillow box to make a lovely gift…

(Debby Coatham) #1476

I would love to sell one of my wreaths, perhaps this suffolk puff wreath, reduced to clear as I won’t be making anymore

(FozbomProductions) #1477

My brand new murder mystery party set! This one has been a struggle (battled through the old writer’s block a bit) so it would be nice for the blood, sweat and tears to be worth it!

(XStitcherJoss) #1478

I’d be delighted to sell anything today! But, since Christmas is on the way, how about a set of gift bags?

(Sarah Eves) #1479

A Red Fox from me.

(TheGlassArk) #1480

Some lovely colours in this

(Debby Coatham) #1481

I would be very happy to make a sale but if I have to choose one thing for today I would go for this one off cross stitch picture especially for a mum

(Kim Onyskiw) #1482

I’d love for this little owl to get a new home

(TheGlassArk) #1483

A gift to hang in the window all year around

(Eden Ceramics) #1484

(Muranomagic) #1485

This is such a pretty pendant and it’s photo does not nearly do it justice