Sunday, 2 February 2014

Next Workshop and a New Venture


Hope everyone's weekend went well?

Thought I would drop in to tell you about my next workshop.

Can you believe its already February???  Madness!!  Because Valentine's Day is fast approaching I thought that I would run a Valentine's themed workshop so have designed these gorgeous heart decorations...

They have been made using super soft wool blend felt and pretty fabrics then finished with lashings of gorgeous buttons.

Fancy making one yourself?  There will be plenty of colours and fabrics to choose from.

If you would like to come along I will be holding this class on Saturday 8th February 2014 at 11am at Port Talbot Library.  Beginners welcome and it is just £5 per person.  I have a feeling it is going to be a rather busy and fun class!

I have been having a mega sort out this week.  You won't believe how much fabric I have.  I currently have it stacked in the corner of a room and its now almost touching the ceiling (I live in an old Victorian terraced house where the ceilings are really high).  That is one heck of a lot of fabric!  I have come to the conclusion that I do not need that much fabric (do I?) and will be bringing lots of it to this class and selling it at amazing prices simply because I need the room.

One of the reasons I need the room is because I have entered into a new business venture - yes I know - I'm always up to something!  I will still be running and developing Sweet Williams as normal and as planned so don't panic, nothing is going to change here but I have decided to start my own Forever Living business which will run alongside what I currently do.  Have you ever heard of it before?

I was so sceptical when I first heard about it but I decided I would go along and listen to a business presentation and I was actually amazed and intrigued by the business opportunity and I fell in love with the products.  I loved the business model so much that I joined the company there and then and am now on my way to building a wonderful future for my family.  I have never come across another company which pays so well, offers so many incentives such as global holidays and car plan and which have amazing products so I am giving it my all to do my best to succeed.  I don't want to go into too much detail here obviously as its not related to Sweet Williams but if anyone would like to know more about it (you can live anywhere, you don't need to be local), then drop me a line at as I am currently recruiting and building a team and this is your chance to work alongside me.  Anyone who has followed any of my pages on social media sites or via this blog will know how business focussed, determined and driven I am so I think I would make a great mentor if you fancied joining me on my Forever journey.  Also, if you are on Facebook you may want to follow my new group Emma's Forever Lifestyle where you can find out a little more about me, the new business venture and follow my progress.

It is quite late but am debating whether or not to start ironing and folding piles of fabric for next Saturday - there is so much of it here.  I am also debating whether or not to put my rolls of Laura Ashley in... I think even if you cannot make the workshop next Saturday you may want to just pop in and pick up some fabric bargains - not to be missed.

Have a good week all and I will catch up with you soon.

Emma x


  1. Hi Emma, those hearts are gorgeous and perfect for your next class. Everyone ought to be able to finish them and chat at the same time. I always love to chat and yes I also take ages to pick my fabric and get started. You might have to crack the whip a bit more at stitchers like me!

  2. I’m pleased to hear that you considered being a part of Forever Living team. It is a good opportunity, right? You may find it too good to be true at first, but when you analyze the probability, you will realize that it is a big break. And since it’s in multi-level marketing, there’s a slim chance below breakeven.

    Clint Shaff


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