Queenofeveryday answered: Your very welcome! Your designs are very pretty and you are an inspiration to my own work =)
Well thankyou very much, it’s always nice to hear that the work you do is bringing inspiration to others! x
It’s non stop recently, busy preparing my displays for Warwickshire Arts Week, have to say the collection of corsets are coming along nicely and i’m pretty chuffed about that!
Also been busy with lots of alterations seeing as it’s that time of year again, school prom! Plenty of happy customers; which is always a relief! :)
So much to do so i can’t stop about here long but thank you to all you new followers, i hope you’ll enjoy my posts. Pictures of the latest creations will be on their way soon, so watch this space!
Her Majesty, The Queen of Chocolates takes to the Catwalk at The N.E.C Birmingham.
The Queen of chocolates, as modelled by the lovely, Christine Rye for a fashion show held at Broad street Horizons.
So recently went to an event at Theatre Absolute, Coventry, to promote the work I do. While I was there we met Jo Joyner :)
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