Folksy Friday - How does your garden grow?

Handmade Gifts for Garden lovers - All made in the UK! (Scroll down for individual links)

Happy #FolksyFriday - it's been ages since I've posted a Folksy Friday and I thought it was well overdue for me to pick a few beautiful products from this lovely (and 100% British) handmade marketplace!   

Want to Join In?  Post your own Folksy Friday!

If you've never done a 'Folksy Friday' before it's a great way of supporting designer makers from the UK, you just pick a selection of items from the handmade products or supplies on Folksy!  

It's also a great way to network with fellow bloggers who love craft - and if you sell on Folksy it's a good way to help raise awareness of the site. Post the link over in the Folksy Forums too and give the sellers you've featured a quick tweet/tag to let them know.

Love it - But how did you make that picture collage?

I used picmonkey to make the collage, just save the images and then upload. So simple and quick - but you must be sure to add links.

I've also shared all the images below individually in case you'd like to pin them to your awesome Pinterest boards...  (hint hint!)

Post links to your own Folksy Friday's in the comments below so I can come and see them - and tag them with #FolksyFriday when you share on social media! You can even share them on Instagram.

A photo posted by Hilary Pullen (@craftbloguk) on
I'm obsessed with gardening...

That's my daughter in our nearly 100 year old greenhouse! You may have noticed from my Instagram feed that I've become a little obsessed with gardening, more than ever before since we moved house last year. This picture was taken the day we moved in, we've done a lot of work on it since then, we're slowly renovating it with a self imposed deadline of 2019 when it will be 100 years old and we'll have a big garden party to celebrate.

Real Flower in Resin Pendant - Wishes on the Wind