Nothings says Valentines like a red rose and these little tissue paper roses are easy to make and look so sweet.
We always enjoy trying new crafts, Rebecca showed me how to make this little gem! So sweet and easy but really effective.
Great for the kiddies to make for their friends.
The ‘Felltarn Ladies’ celebrated a year of hard work in style at the Low Wood Bay on Friday night.
We had a fantastic night of food, wine, laughter and dancing. Thank you to our wonderful staff who have worked with such dedication and care to build the Felltarn Friends brand and develop the business this far in just one year!
Left to Right: Victoria, Claire, Amy, Rebecca and Katie.
As our first year of trading draws to a close we reflect on the roller coaster ride it has been…
We have learnt so much, met so many fabulous people and haveloved every minute of it.
Thank you to everyone who has supported the brand and to the fantastic team who
works along side us – Rebecca, Katie and Victoria!
Cumbria Crack published this article about us. http://www.cumbriacrack.com/2014/11/28/felltarn-friends-ends-launch-year-high/
We asked a make up artist from Kendal, who’s business is all about weddings, to have a look at our new favour/activity bags and give us her honest option – she absolutely LOVED them!
Have a read of her blog for an in depth review of these Lake District wedding favour activity bags. → Read more
Our first ever Christmas Fair was as Greenlands Farm near Carnforth (an amazing family day out any time of year!) The whole place was jam packed full of people enjoying the festive spirit, and it was fab to get some great feedback on our new products, the Gift Pack and Activity Pack. Thank you Greenlands Farm, we’ll be back next year for sure!
Look what dropped onto our doormat at Felltarn HQ? It’s Tom’s fantastic drawing of Willie Pig and Eleanor’s drawing of Bridget Bat. Thank you soooo much for your brilliant works of art!
Keep sending us your Felltarn pictures and craft creations, PO Box 262, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 9EU. Find us on Facebook and Twitter too.
This October half-term holiday was full of fun crafting events for the Felltarn Friends. So many people came along to Low Wood Marina Hotel and the Theatre by the Lake to create fabulous Lake District Bunting (soooo cute!) Peter Pan Door Hangings, Sweetie Monsters and Bridget the Bat Halloween Chocolate Cards. Take a look at some of these amazing creations!
To make your own biscuits, follow this really simple recipe:
50g caster sugar
few drops of vanilla extract
175g plain flour
Preheat the oven to 150 C / Gas 2. Add butter and
sugar in a bowl and mix well until light and fluffy.
Add the vanilla, mix, then add the flour and mix well.
Roll out to about 5mm. Cut into shapes.
Bake for 25 minutes or until golden brown.
Place the biscuits on Black paper wings and add eyes
and a mouth to make bat biscuits.
It’s that time of year again when the evenings begin to draw in and the weather starts to turn all the more wintery – and Halloween is just around the corner. Here at Felltarn HQ we love to get involved with all things crafty, and Bridget the Bat is ready to be the star of the show. Click on the link below for a fantastic step-by-step guide to creating your very own Bat Mobile. Have fun! Have a look at our Halloween Crafts – http://felltarn.co.uk/craft-pages/