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New stockists and an article in the Watford Area Arts Forum, Spring Issue.

‘Over the Moon’ – a den of sparkling glory.  Soon to stock our products.

Over the Moon on Abbots Langley High Street, is a treasure trove of beautiful gifts and inspiring things to look at.  The shop is my favourite gift shop around, it is open everyday, is supportive of local Artists/Makers and is well worth a visit.   Lynn and her team are not only creative, friendly and helpful but their glorious gift-wrapping service is delivered with panache.

Over the Moon’s eye catching window display, is packed with an array of shimmering, glittering products many handmade and/or created in the UK.  We met with Proprietor, Lynn Luck, last week who provided us with some much needed product feedback and offered to stock some of our own handmade items.  Thanks for having us Lynn and all at ‘Over the Moon’ and thanks for brightening up Abbots Langley, High Street.

'In Flight' framed butterfly sculpture.

WAAF

The Watford Area Arts Forum team work tirelessly in support of the Artistic Community, weaving a magical web of creative unity.  This spring Grelle White focussed on our art in health practise and we are looking forward to getting our hands on a copy!

The WAAF magazine can usually be found in Watford Library, The One Stop Shop at the Town Hall, WRAP and Watford Museum.  Thanks to Grelle and all at WAAF for being interested and active in all things arty Watford and for your ongoing support.

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