Trying to find some time to oneself in these stressful times can be difficult.
It’s even harder if you have children and are home schooling and working from home.
Why not encourage your child’s imagination to roam free, allow them to release their inner lion, or become a Prince/Princess, unicorn, pirate or Easter Bunny!
This little Easter Bunny is cute and great for those spring days we are hoping to see.
By snuggling up in one of my award winning Fairytale Snuggle Blankets, children get to do just that. They could sit quietly reading, allowing them to enter the realm of fantasy.
Perhaps they prefer interactive play where they become the character, or maybe they will like to cuddle upon the sofa for some quiet time.
My Fairytale Snuggle Blankets are warm and cosy, tactile and soft. When they get grubby just thrown them in the wash.
They help children to develop their imaginations and hopefully allow you some free time to concentrate on you, or the things you need to do.
Each custom made order is lovingly hand-crocheted by me, with a sprinkle of fairy dust to spark the imagination :-). The Easter Bunny is available in sizes 2-4 years and 5-7 years.
Each blanket takes approximately 14-21 days to create and I offer a time slot service for my Fairytale Snuggle Blankets.
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Welcome to The Crafty Camper. I got my name because I love camping (in my little pink tent) and I am always crafting, so it seemed a natural thing to marry the two things together.
I love all sorts of crafts, from beading, papercutting, knitting and crocheting.
Ruby, my loyal and faithful Cocker Spaniel, normally comes camping with me. We are ambassadors for people with disabilities and regularly appear in the Camping and Caravanning Club magazine. People always stop to talk with us when we are out and about because everything matches – pink tent, pink car and pink mobility scooter. We are certainly a talking point. I normally take my beading work as it packs away small and we travel light.
The rest of my time is spent crafting from my conservatory in the beautiful countryside of North Essex. Here I while away the hours with Ruby and Zac on the sofa, whilst I create my award winning Fairytale snuggle blankets, quirky bookmarks and exquisite papercuts.
Crafting for me is rehabilitation as I suffer with crumbling bones and chronic pain syndrome. I am awaiting operation no 17 to fix my broken wrist and I am also waiting to see a neurologist for M.S., so as you can probably gather – crafting keeps me sane!
I love making beautiful pieces, receiving wonderful feedback and seeing the happy smiles my creations give.
Exciting new creations will be landing on my page and shop and I am always happy to undertake commissions. Please check out my page or webstore for items ready to post and custom orders.
The Crafty Camper