Two fat donkeys - part of the animals in petting pens. Along with pygmy goats and alpacas in different "loose boxes".
If pink is "your" colour this year, look no further. Not sure if Roses in Christmas trees is the right seasonal combo though.
All sorts of meeces, feathery angel meeces, feathery reindeer . ..
Then resin pieces. I couldn't bring myself to pay those prices though. Skinflint!
I thought the Mouse (Christmas RAT?!!) in the middle with the bobble hat was something I could make from salt dough . . .
Bigger Gonks for shelves.
I would have loved several of these hanging decorations, but wasn't going to fork out £17.99 or so for a dozen pine cones and a few bits of greenery.
I'd have liked a needle-felted mouse, but they were quite pricy too - £7.99 or more. I have always been a make-it-yourself sort of person.
The same goes for these lovely arrangements. I need to get the dehydrator going with some orange slices. Even a bag of the dried fruit slices to make your own was £15.99 . . . .
There were moving parts on this. Not as good as the one in Charlies in Carmarthen though, as that has a moving train going round the set.
What I bought - £1.99, £1.99 and £2.99. To go on my wreath. I didn't have to go far for the Willow as I realized the Kilmarnock willow (which is a weeping tree) had put out long shoots this year and in cutting them back (necessary) I have the base for the wreath. Those are in the hall, and I'll start making the wreath base tomorrow.
And Mathilda Mouse. I missed out on buying a long legged shelf Mouse last year as no longer near TK-Maxx, where I used to find them. This was £9.99 so made up for not having one last year.
Now, Shhhhhhh, the babies are sleeping so I will creep into the living room and sew the quilt binding.