Friday, 14 September 2012

Christmas in September!

Ho Ho Ho!  Merry Christmas!

Might seem early to be focussing on Christmas, but crafters listing items now in their shops will find them delisting after Christmas, so in some points, we are already missing some of the Christmas listing time!

I know I am not alone in already having done some of my Christmas shopping, in fact I tend to buy throughout the year and hide it away, problem being I often forget who I have already bought for, which can cause a bit of gift buying duplication, but I can always put it away for another occasion.

The high street shops are already getting into gear too, you only need to look at the shelves in your local supermarket to see the tins of Christmas biscuits and choccies to know Christmas is well and truly on its way.

Folksy Festive Features!

So to give some fellow Folksters a pre Christmas boost, here are a few festive items to get the bauble rolling!

Please just click on the pictures to take a sleigh ride to their shops, to see the item in all its Christmas glory!

I hope you have enjoyed my early Christmas in September Feature and feel inspired too!


  1. Christmas ? Christmas ? What's that then?!

    Roll on the gift buying season when the sales fairy is extra busy!!

    Great stuff Natalie.

    Shirley x

  2. Never too early to think about (spread the cost of) Christmas. Love the ceramic snowflakes. Jo : )

  3. Lovely gifts Natalie, I think its great some are getting a head start! Love the postcard cushion!

    Leanne x x

  4. I feel very Christmassy now, a lovely selection. Thank you very much for including my hat, it`s very much appreciated.


  5. Thanks so much for including my snowflakes - I really love all the Xmas things you've chosen. I always say that I will plan really early for Christmas crafting each year and I start out with good intentions but then always still seem to have the Xmas making rush!

  6. That is one cool Santa Hat! Glad I popped over - it's reminded me of two things - 1. to email your sis about the craft fair & 2. list my sock snowmen in the shop. Thanks :) x