Monday, 4 February 2013

More Lovely Donations.......

I am delighted to announce that more lovely donations have arrived in for the Breast Cancer Campaign Raffle which is taking place at The Thame Dolls House & Miniatures Fair on Saturday 23rd February. Huge thanks to those artisans who have kindly donated-already we have a diverse collection of exquisite miniature prizes. Some of the more recently received donations are featured below........

Hilltop.....created and donated by David Williams of Harvington Miniatures.
 Dave has also donated a variety of items including some of his gorgeous turned acrylic bottles for the charity sales table at the fair. 

1/12th Scale hand knitted cardigan....created and donated by Isobel Hockey.
Isobel has also  kindly donated all kinds of items to the charity sales table....including several beautiful hand knitted berets, embroidered cushions etc.

A female doll working in the garden with a trowel in her hand.....created and donated by Silvia of Malcolm's Miniatures.
Malcolm and Silvia will be stand holders at the fair and between them make a whole array of items including wonderful small scale working sash windows and doors!

Reproduction Lines Bros & Tri-ang floor and wallpapers .....created and donated by Trevor Cain of Dolls House Restoration.
Trevor of  Dolls House Restoration,  not only restores antique and vintage dolls houses but he also has a whole range of reproduction flooring, roofing and wallpapers based on old Lines Bros and Tri-ang dolls houses...very useful to anyone who has an old dolls house. More recently Trevor has begun to recreate components such as Tri-ang fireplaces and Tri-ang floral frontage transfers.... a whole concise range of his products can be found on Ebay under the name of "dollshouseman".
 A porcelain doll's toy doll in Sandra Morris of Tower House Dolls.
Sandra of Tower House Dolls will also be a stand holder at Thame Fair. She makes a whole variety of exquisite miniatures  including  toy prams and cribs that her weeny porcelain dolls can sleep in, pull along toys, theatres and loads more!

To see the full range of prizes already donated, please click on the following link:

Raffle tickets will be priced at £1.00 each and can only be purchased at Thame Dolls House & Miniatures Fair on the day. I will continue to list raffle prizes on the official Raffle Page in the order that they come in, right up until the event. Many more will be donated on the day by the artisan stand holders and the Thame Town Crier will be conducting proceedings as usual! This is just one of many wonderful reasons why Thame Dolls House & Miniatures Fair must not be missed!


Robin said...

Some great raffle prizes Celia!!
See you at the Fair!

KT Miniatures said...

Cheers Robin...yes, they are exquisite!!! Oh dear....apparantly there are gremlins in the works. Some people have tried to leave comments on KT Miniatures Journal and not succeeded today....! Sorry folks...this is well and truly out of my hands. Celia

Dave Williams said...

Well done on putting the charity table together Celia, it all looks really great, shame I can't be there.

KT Miniatures said...

I should be the one thanking you Dave....for your gorgeous painting!!! The donations are coming in thick and fast now....everyone is being very generous (as usual)!!! Celia