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4 Days till Opening 😳

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4 Days till Opening 😳

I am going to say sorry right now for not having written more posts about how the progress of the shop has been going. To be honest, it all got a bit hectic and whilst I remembered to take photos (win 👊) I ran out of time to write up what has been going on around these photos! So, with 4 days to go here is a update on where I am now...  The following day after my last post, this big extending table was moved into place. Its a beautiful pine table, which was stripped back on the top,...

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Want to see what's going on in the new shop?

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Want to see what's going on in the new shop?

In the past couple of days I have been busy at the shop, the start of many busy days I feel but its been rewarding to see how much the shop has changed in such a short period of time.  The biggest change has been to the exterior, its been painted in a slate grey satin. Some of the other shops have gloss, but I hate hate hate trying to wash brushes which have oil based paint on them, seriously water based paints are the way to go!!! Everyone who past me whilst I was painting outside was so lovely,...

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Eliza Rose comes to Wickham

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Eliza Rose comes to Wickham

 On the 19th June I got the keys to my very own shiny shop! I honestly can't believe that I have reached this point in the business, it seems so long ago that I started on a empty piece of concrete with no plan...  The shop is located within Warwick Lane, Wickham. It's a cute little arcade of shops, (The Pink Twist, Sienna's Baby Boutique, Stuff and Nonsense, Stitched Up, Warwick Market, Whiff of Wickham) which I'm very excited to be part of. Wickham is the second largest medieval market square in England. From the 15th century cottages to gorgeous...

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