Good morning we hope everyone is well and enjoying the beautiful summer! We certainly are! We just love to run our craft parties outdoors!
There is nothing better then people make do and mending in the sun! On Saturday we did just this! We headed to the rolling hills of Worcestershire to run a crafty hen party and the sun had his hat on! The hen party were glamping at a beautiful farm surrounded by a stunning orchard (who needs to go abroad!) We were lucky enough to be invited to run a knicker customisation workshop and a vintage tea party! The crafty hens enjoyed customising their knickers using pretty laces, embellishments and fabrics, whilst drinking tea out of vintage china and eating yummy cakes! The blazing sunshine was the cherry on top of our scrumptious bakes! As we are a mobile service we are lucky enough to be able to run our craft parties anywhere!
If you are planning an out door hen party and looking for a relaxing and creative activity get in touch! x
'How has craft altered over the last century and where are we now?'
The Industrial Revolution in the early 19th century modernised production with the introduction of machines. The ability to manufacture on a large scale meant individual crafts people were spun into this web of machine operation. What they were producing was no longer bespoke, every item on the mass production belt looked exactly the same. Although the process was profitable, the joy of producing and the appreciation of unique designs were cast aside.