Shall we escape the crazy high streets and have a pootle around the ever so lovely Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green?
I loved his place as an art student many moons ago, it was like stepping back in time when we visited here again with the Art Foundation students.
Let's start with one of my very favourite exhibits.
It was made in 1944 by Jane Draper's mother Elizabeth, who stayed up all night to make her daughter a party dress. As she had no fabric coupons she made his beautiful dress from the scraps that she could find around the house.
Wish I could have this in my size!
I love how the reflections of the glass make these look like ghost shoes!
Oo....I bet that these two run havoc when the lights are switched off!
And I bet this one loves to party!
May I introduce you to Augusta Marianna and she is the oldest doll in the museum.
I think that this chap was my favourite out of the whole of the museum.
Look at this cheeky fellow in his silk cabbage!
I hope you enjoyed our little trip, fancy a cup of tea now?
Merry Christmas to you, and thank you all so much for all of your lovely comments, and for reading my blog all over the world.
Wishing you all a wonderful 2017 my friends X