Hello all to this week’s Cherry Post!
Before I start, I recently went away to Japan which was absolutely amazing, check out the previous two Cherry posts about #BCHoliday that were both published last week to find out how that went!
I didn’t do much after returning from Japan at first due to jet lag. A spent a few days catching up on everything and re-opening the Bonfirecherry shop.
I went through all the videos I recorded while I was in Japan, enough videos to upload every week up to Christmas.
In total at the time this is getting published, these are the videos that have gone live or coming soon to the Bonfirecherry Youtube Channel.
Hida Folk Village.
Crafty Finds At Takayama’s Morning Market.
Bonfirecherry’s November Unboxing |Paper Gang.
A Walk Through Takayama Part 1.
A Walk Through Takayama Part 2.
Train Journey To Tokyo From Takayama.
What I Bought From Japan.
Which video sounds the most interesting to you?
I finally got around to producing a new design inspired by Japan, I’ve decided to call this design “Momo”. A linocut print of a dragon sign made by using woodcut, it was interesting to do a design on and it turned out great.
Why is it not at the shop yet?
After some thought as it’s coming up to Christmas in a few weeks and I usually close my shop a few weeks before due to work as I work in retail/in a bakery so I be really busy saving up money for Bonfirecherry in 2020 that I’ve decided to show off some new designs before the end of 2019 but finally bring them to the shop with others when I re-open during January 2020 to start the new year with a bang.
By saying this I am not going back on what I am saying with new designs after Japan, I am showing them off but just not going to be available just yet as I am just excited to get new designs at the shop than you are just busy with my personal life changing things over as Megan and busy with work as it’s getting more and more busy with Christmas coming up.
You may see 2 new designs in next week’s Cherry Post. I got soo much inspiration from my trip to Japan that I can spend a few months in 2020 doing tons of Japanese inspired designs!
I think that’s all for this week, thanks for reading!