Tucked away in a hidden corner of the library Alice, a new graduate from Cardiff School of Art of Design, spent long hours pouring over an old book of embroidery techniques. She married the theory to her love of folk stories and fairy tales and the result is a collection of framed embroideries and brooches that have an enchanted wonderland feel. Her melancholy dancing bears capture the strange atmosphere of the travelling circus which visited the Selvedge shop, but don't worry if you missed her display just visit her website.
Arrange your own tea party with Biba's candy coloured stationary. In her party bags you'll receive 10 note cards, 2 paper chain bundles and 3 metres of paper bunting, all printed in pretty pastel shades. All you need now is a few fondant fancies to complete the look! Click here to find out more about Biba's Tea Party. To win one of three sets, please answer this question: What is an individual flag on a string of bunting called? Please click here to send your answer. Winners will be announced on the 6th April.
Pamper yourself safe in the knowledge that all the ingredients in Blodwen's 'Wild Rose' range are completely natural and locally sourced - each bloom is collected from a hillside farm in rural Wales. The set includes bath soak, face and body oil, face cream and aromatic water amounting to £95 of goodness. Click here to find out more about Blodwen and their business. To win this set, please answer this question: 'Mamgu' is the Welsh word for what? Please click here to send your answer.
Jam Tart's bright and breezy homewares - all designed and made in England – make us want to head out to the garden with a jug of juice and freshly baked cakes! Click here to find out more about Jam Tart and their business. They are giving tea towel sand a matching jug to two winners, to win please answer this question: What was the very first kitchen whisk made from? Please click here to send your answer. Winners will be announced on the 6th April.
Nula Shearing finds the inspiration for her pretty stamps - jumping fairies, little hedgehogs and birds with flowery wings - in the fantasy world she occasionally visits with her children! They are perfect for making your own cards or printing up wallpaper for a child's room. Click here to find out more about Noolibird and their business. To win one of Noolibird's stamps, please answer this question: Wooden printing blocks are soaked in oil for nearly a month, why? Please click here to send your answer.