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Folksy Friday Posts by Daffodowndilly

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Folksy Friday Posts by Daffodowndilly

When I joined Folksy as a seller I loved the whole community feel and the weekly sharing of work by fellow sellers using the hashtag #folksyfriday on Instagram. So here are my contributions so far in 2020.   19th June 2020 Happy Friday! Here is my first ever #folksyfriday post, I've gone with a garden birds theme as we have had loads of gorgeous fledglings in our garden this week.Clockwise from the top left:@lellibellecards - Robin Greeting Card@daffodowndilly - Bluetits Greeting Card@littleramstudio - Wren Print@sistersisterdesigns - Lovebirds Pin@foxandboogiftware - Poppies and Wren Cushion@jennynewallglassart - Greenfinch BOB Glass Suncatcher@etchable_laser - Blackbird Wooden Model@robyncoetzeeglass - Glass Bluetit     26th June 2020...

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Daffodowndilly's Christmas Stocking Fillers

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Daffodowndilly's Christmas Stocking Fillers

I love Christmas and so I've had lots of fun creating this mini Daffodowndilly Christmas special! If you are looking for little gifts, designed with love in Shropshire - all £6.50 or under, then this guide is for you!

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Daffodowndilly Inktober Designs 2019

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Daffodowndilly Inktober Designs 2019

Inktober is a challenge for each day of October where there are various prompts for you to make or draw something to represent that day. You can choose to do all the prompts or pick and choose.  This is my first year doing Inktober and I don't know how many of the prompts I will manage to keep up with but I'm looking forward to trying. I've decided to use the prompts created by @furrylittlepeach - https://www.instagram.com/furrylittlepeach/ which look really fun and nature-inspired.  I'll copy my posts to here as I do them on Instagram.    1st October - Day 1 - Snail...

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Daffodowndilly - Exploring the name

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Daffodowndilly - Exploring the name

I have always loved daffodils, their cheerfulness is infectious and the sight of them bobbing on a cold but sunny morning is one of my favourite Spring views.

So when I was looking for a name for my business  I wanted to try and incorporate daffodils into the name somewhere.

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