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Fishink Ceramics at the Sale Arts Trail ‘Yule Do’

November 20, 2018

Hello everyone and apologies for the late posting this week. It’s been a very busy few days with getting everything ready for the designer fair I did last Saturday. I must say the church (St Pauls in Sale) looked great and there was so much amazing work from a wide variety of artists.

I was kept pretty busy throughout the day, so much so that I only grabbed a few minutes to scoot around and take a few images.

Very creative layouts from the makers who were selling from table tops laid out across the upright pews.

This was my stand, and I was pretty pleased with how it looked in the end.

The wall hanging, flat ceramics sold well, so much so that when a couple of stall holders popped around near the end of the fair to buy a piece they’d had their eye on, the items had gone! I’ll be making some more and hope to be back at Sale Arts Trail in summer 2019.

In the meantime, you can head over to my shop on Fishink Shop on Etsy (which I’ll be adding to very soon) or contact me directly (craig@fishink.co.uk) if there’s anything you wanted to purchase for yourself and I can send you a photo and sell securely through Paypal.

Thanks again to the organisers Jo, Sophie and Catherine for another great event, and to everyone who came along, purchased something and helped keep us designers in business. It really does make a difference #justacard.

For a full list of the exhibitors see

Yule Do 2018

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. H M permalink
    November 20, 2018 3:36 pm

    Glad to hear that you sold so well over there weekend!!!!!

  2. December 2, 2018 11:51 pm

    I wonder how it would be if you combined a small ceramic item within one of your framed prints? Let’s say a tree drawing, and then a colorful little ceramic bird sitting in a nest? That sort of idea.

  3. December 3, 2018 10:39 pm

    Oddly enough Joy, I’ve been pondering on something along those lines for a while. You see we’re still in tune lol thanks for the creative thoughts. Hope you’re well. C

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