A POP-IN BAZAAR is being held at the Alexandra Hall on Saturday 15th March 2014.
Included in the Bazaar will be bakery, cards, jewellery, arts and crafts – and more! 80 more words
It is normal for developing babies and toddlers to be curious about their environment, especially the little things that are within their reach and which they can grab with their tiny hands, oftentimes even straight into their mouths. 552 more words
On a recent visit to Iceland we learnt about the elves and trolls that live there but we didn’t see any because they are invisible but here in Wroclaw we very soon came across the dwarfs because they are not nearly so shy and can be found posing outside buildings and along the footpaths all over the city and this afternoon we bought a dwarf map of Wroclaw and went looking for them. 833 more words
I think I’ve made it clear how fond I am of everything shiny. Thank God squirrels aren’t shiny, covered in sequins, or coated with glitter. I’d be so distracted… 1,540 more words
Although their roots have been attributed to different cultures, Amish quilts are regarded by many as “quintessentially American.” In Amish Quilts: Crafting an American Icon, Janneken Smucker investigates this claim and talks specifically about the Hmong, many of whom immigrated to Pennsylvania and changed the Amish quilt trade some thirty years ago. 461 more words