On the other hand, I'm not sure what might happen if I were to walk down the street with Jingle my Bells emblazoned across my chest!
The other festive item of clothing that's popular is the onesie. I definitely don't get these!
|This was just one of three halls - 2 x crafts, 1 x food|
|I loved these photos by Enda Cavanagh - at around 400 for the larger ones (if memory serves correctly) they were a bit outside my budget though. The small ones were 'only' 105 euro and there was one I did really like but I felt like the small ones would work better as a set of three or four. So I settled for buying the gorgeous book he had.|
|Rebeka Kahn stand - this is one I spent a lot of time looking at and very nearly bought something at. Unfortunately at 350 euro or so, the large pieces were out of my budget. At 125 euro, I could have bought a small one but it really was the large one that had caught my eye and in the end I decided that buying a smaller one that wasn't quite what I wanted, just for the sake of it, probably wasn't really a good idea.|
|A closer shot of these gorgeous pieces by Rebeka Kahn|
|And yet another shot from a different angle. The one I wanted was another of the large red poppy pictures that you can see on the top right here.|
|And here it is, all neatly counted out. Brought back memories of working in the souvenir shop on Mummelsee, when we had to count the takings in our tills at the end of the day and list exactly what was in there. So I did that, too.|
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