Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Better and Better

Thame Dollshouse and Miniatures Fair 2015 is going from strength  to strength. We have just added A & L StLeger to the list of exhibitors. They make some of the most interesting miniatures available to buy. Their toys are a delight.

Looking down the list of exhibitors for 2015, it is a most impressive line up of Artisans. The quality is second to none, and we hope this is reflected in the interest of the visitors, and gets them flocking through the doors on February 21st.

Anthony Church will be distributing leaflets round the Oxford area, so if you see him please give him some encouragement. His help always boosts the street collection for Breast Cancer Campaign, as well as adding a bit of colour to the fair.

Here is some more colour from Coombe Crafts


Friday, 24 October 2014

Good News

Anthony Church, the Town Crier, will be coming to Thame Dollshouse and Miniatures Fair in 2015. He is back working which is fantastic news, and we are delighted  to have him back at the fair.

Jeff Mewies will also be at the fair. He makes copper ware and a range of kitchen utensils. We now have 42 Artisans attending, and a good mix of interest. 

The dolls house magazines should be carrying advertisements for the fair in the December and January issues, so watch out for these.

Anthony Church

Tuesday, 14 October 2014

Sales Table

The Sales Table at Thame Dollshouse and Miniatures Fair is a big part of the fundraising for Breast Cancer Campaign. Last year it raised well over £1000.
Sales Table 2014

All the items are donated. We accept any dollshouse and miniature  items except dollshouses. We are now collecting items for the 2015 fair, so maybe its a good time to have a bit of a clear-out and donate things you no longer want to this great cause. If you have a lot of items, we're quite happy to arrange collection if you are within a reasonable distance of Thame. Contact us by phone or email to ask if we can collect.

Monday, 6 October 2014

Change of Weather

We had a few days in Norfolk last week and also went round Sandringham House - quite inspirational for miniature scenes! The weather was good but we realised from the forecast it was about to change. Well as Autumn comes blundering along with a drop in temperature, it is time to move in from the garden to the miniatures workshop and start making. Picking up the projects you put down when the clocks went forward, or starting something completely new.

Two more stand holders have joined us for Thame, Phoenix Models and Cottage Creations. The range of exhibitors for the fair now looks good, and we think the line up should offer a wide range of interest, quality and choice for the visitors. We are still expecting one or two more exhibitors to come and join us and are awaiting their forms and details before adding them to the website, so keep checking.

The first prizes for the raffle have been donated by Truly Scrumptious and Jacqueline Crosby.

pencil box donated by Jacqueline Crosby