Saturday, 31 December 2011

Sunday, 25 December 2011

Happy Christmas!

I just wanted to say a big thank you to all my customers for your support this year. I'll hopefully see you at a craft fair in 2012!

Wednesday, 14 December 2011

Christmas Indie Market at Bunkers Hill - this Saturday!

* Saturday 17th December 2011 *
12pm – 5pm

Curiosity Haus presents a Christmas Indie Market live at Bunkers Hill in Hockley.

As well as our eclectic mix of fantastic Contemporary Craft and Design, we will have mulled wine and mince pies as well as some wonderful live acoustic music brought to you by Notts About Music and seasonal treats for customers.

Most importantly, we will have a host of handmade wares from local designer makers, vintage clothes, accessories, jewellery, textiles, ceramics and homewares as well as cakes! …phew! A perfect place to shop for a unique Christmas gift and a great day out in Nottingham!

You can read all about the amazing designers (including me!) showcasing and selling their work with Curiosity Haus on our blog at

Bunkers Hill
36-38 Hockley


Curiosity.Haus Contemporary Craft and Design Fair aims to showcase the talent of local and national designers and encourage promotion of independent and quality handmade goods. Please see for more information.

This will be your last chance to get your winter mitts on some Lana's Cards and Crafts goodies in 2011!

Hope to see you there!

Sunday, 11 December 2011

A Hutch is Not Enough

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There is no response from Santa because you, the rabbit owner, are the only one who can grant these wishes.

Rabbits are the most neglected pets in the UK. Countless pet rabbits live in hutches, with no space to exercise, no companionship and a poor diet that leads to gut and dental problems. This is scientifically proven to be cruel.

Rabbits need a large secure enclosure – the hutch must be attached to a safe exercise area so they can shelter or exercise at will. Rabbits confined to a hutch and not able to move freely can develop muscle weakness, and are more likely to damage their spines when handled, and sores around their rear end which can attract flies to lay their eggs on their skin.

Rabbits need somewhere warm and dry to rest and feel secure. They need plenty of straw or hay for warmth and must be cleaned out regularly.

It’s cruel to keep a rabbit on its own. Rabbits never live alone in the wild and research has shown that domestic rabbits value companionship as much as food. They must be neutered and bonded with at least one other neutered rabbit.

Rabbits in the wild eat grass all day and pet rabbits' diets should be as close to this as possible. They should be given unlimited grass or hay, some fresh vegetables and only a small amount of pelleted food.

Please be Santa and make your rabbit’s Christmas wishes come true.

Don’t let your rabbit spend Christmas like this…

Brought to you by the Rabbit Welfare Association & Fund.

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