The post this morning brought the exhibitor's information pack for the Thame Doll's House & Miniatures Fair. If you click on the link and scroll down the page you will see floor plans, an exhibitor's list and a very useful section with website links for each exhibitor.
We're stand no. 30 between the wonderful Tudor style houses of Trigger Pond, and the exceptional miniature art of Ellie de Lacy.
As well as our tiny toys and toy dolls, we will be taking a selection of our remaining porcelain doll kits, plus some 'not to be missed' assorted doll packs.
So, with just two weeks to go, this will be a working weekend as I attempt to cram as much as possible into the time remaining. Today I will mostly be wigging and hatting 20 tiny wee dolls in order to complete the new toy dolls I started last month. If I manage to finish them off I will then be moving on to the new exotic animal pullalong toys, currently waiting patiently in a box in the workroom.
Well that's the plan.
But as I well know, the best laid plans 'gang aft agley'.