Monday, 29 November 2010

DECK THE HALLS...........

If you are tired of putting up the same old Christmas decorations year after year, take a look at the Seaside Frock Vintage, Craft & Collectables Christmas Fair this Sunday at Cairn Bay Lodge for inspiration.

Purchase from a range of handmade decorations created from both natural materials and recycled textiles, so this year you can have unique Christmas decorations and help the environment at the same time.

Bows and Bells will be selling Christmas wreaths, table centrepieces and matching tree decorations made from natural materials, while Salvage Kitten will have their quirky tree decorations hand-crocheted from salvaged wool and trimmed with vintage buttons. Choose from gingerbread men, snowflakes, trees and hearts - much too nice to keep just for Christmas.

Available from Decadence are hand sewn tree decorations made from recycled fabrics and vintage buttons in traditional colours of red, green and blue while their Pulp Art range of decorations offers bunting and paper chain kits made from vintage maps, books and comics.

Natural decorations from Bows and Bells

Recycled fabric tree decorations handmade by Becky at Decadence

Tree decorations hand crocheted from salvaged wool by Rachael at Salvage Kitten

Pulp Art range of paper chain kits from Becky at Decadence

The Seaside Frock Vintage, Craft & Collectables Christmas Fair takes place on Sunday 5th December at Cairn Bay Lodge, 278 Seacliff Road, Bangor, County Down from 12 - 5pm. Admission is FREE.

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