Sunday, 10 November 2013

Will you buy my wares?

Wares noun [plural] 
small products for selling, in a market or on the street but not usually in a shop: Some displayed their wares on stalls, while others had just spread them out on the pavement.” Source

You won’t find my wares currently in shops, galleries, in the high street, in markets or craft fairs.  My wares, however, have been displayed in the past in these aforementioned outlets.  They are available to purchase on-line only.

Why should you buy?
You should buy because my wares are made with passion.  You should buy because they are unique and quality made to a high standard.  They are not massed produced, but individually created with love and attention to detail.

What are my wares?
They are hand crafted notebooks, journals, all kinds of purses, diary covers, sketchbooks & pencil cases, bag/purse charms and various other small items.  They all make beautiful gifts for giving.

Where can you buy them?
You can only on-line at my folksy shop, but I am happy to take orders on Facebook too.

What have customers have said about my wares?
“Your items are fab!! And I will definitely be returning to you for future orders.”
 “I would highly recommend this lovely lady as a seller. Her stuff is amazing and from one sewer to another the quality is first class.”
“Fantastic products, really happy with them - I will revisit your shop.”
“Arrived this morning, beautifully packaged and beautifully made."

Will you buy my wares?


  1. I am sure you will have lots of customers buying your wares Edwina. They are lovely.

    Interesting to see the dictionary definition of the word "wares". I had not realised that it was so specific to items displayed on a stall or even the pavement!

    Quite apt for Folksy sellers really. All the goods are laid out on people's computer screens, ready for them to view and purchase.

    Shirley x

  2. Q) will you buy my wares?
    A) yes!

    good blog post - Jo