Monday, 5 October 2015

KT Miniatures Is Finally Getting Back To Some Sort Of Normality....

Someone recently sent me this gorgeous card and it just made me smile, so it is now stuck to my fridge door and continues to make me I thought I would share it with you!

 After the past few utterly weird and surreal weeks we have had here, life is now beginning to settle down into some sort of new routine at last....(I am saying this in a hushed voice and with all fingers and toes crossed, as I don't want to tempt providence too much)!!!! But Mr KT Miniatures is doing ok considering and even though reality now consists of constant trips to hospitals and all sorts of various medical professionals, he is being well looked after, so I can now breath a gentle sigh of relief and turn my attention back to KT Miniatures once more. I do have some rather lovely vintage pieces that I am hoping to put up for sale on the website this week - when they are listed I will add some information to my moving strapline on the right hand side of my HOME PAGE.

Just a reminder that in just over four weeks time, KT Miniatures will be attending the wonderful Haddenham Dolls House & Miniatures Exhibition..................

Haddenham Dolls House & Miniatures Exhibition
Saturday 14th November
Haddenham Village Hall, HP17 8EE
Admission £2.50/Children £1.50 
Fundraising for Hearing Dogs For Deaf People & Thame Valley Air Ambulance

Not only will KT Miniatures' stand be filled with my handmade and vintage goodies at this delightful little event, but we are also able to have a stand for our Nostalgia In Miniature Workshops too, which is rather nice. So we are aiming to display a few of our past projects, as well as have one or two of our past workshop prototypes for sale, as both Robin (my workshop colleague) and myself are seriously running out of storage space! This Haddenham event has always been held biennially up until now but the new organisers have agreed to take this wonderful event over from the previous organisers - Freda and George Dorrel, who after many years have decided to retire from fair organising.
Here is a flyer for the event, which gives you an idea of what it's all about.
Haddenham is just less than 2 miles from Thame, close to Junctions 6 & 8 of the M40, has its own mainline station (Haddenham & Thame Parkway on the Chiltern Line) with direct routes from Birmingham and London Marylebone. There is a taxi rank at the station , and the "280" Arriva Bus stops outside the station every 20 mins which stops near the Village Hall. Or if you are feeling particularly energetic it would probably take you about 15-20 mins to walk from the station (with the wind behind you)!!

My apologies if I am not able to respond to your emails or phone messages left on my answer phone quite so promptly as usual, but  I will reply to you as soon as I can. Thank you for your continued patience.


Giac said...

Hello Celia,
I'm glad things are slowly getting back to normal. I will keep my fingers crossed for you.
Big hug,

KT Miniatures said...

Thanks Giac. Each day seems to bring new challenges but if he can smile, then so can I! Have a fabulous holiday. Celia

Donna S said...

Hi Celia:

I hope things continue for the good with Mr. KT and I send all good wishes for you both.
Donna in Canada

KT Miniatures said...

Thanks Donna, is much appreciated. He is just beginning to moan a little, so I think he must be feeling better!!! Celia