Your Hobbies with Daylight Lamps
January 24th, 2009
More Daylight Bites
If you feel in need of a little bit of “me time” we’ve got some great Daylight Lamps to help you what ever you enjoy doing, plus a crafters guide to the ultimate relaxing night in!
The Right Daylight Lamp for You
With the gloomy news on the TV everyday, many of us are making the most of ‘getting back to basics’ which is actually very relaxing. I’ve been doing more stitching with the help of my Daylight Ultimate Lamp of course – how else would I see all the fine detail in my stitching with the grey weather we’re having! You may prefer painting or drawing so why not try one of the super Artists Lamps, especially the ‘all singing all dancing’ Professional Artists Lamp which is proving very popular with our customers.
For the men who enjoy stamp collecting or model making, a good magnifying lamp is what you need tohelp you see that fine detail.
Or if your idea of relaxation is simply a good read then try one of our reading lamps to help you read longer whatever the time of day and help prevent eye strain.
The Ultimate Crafter’s Night In!
Don’t worry about the credit crunch, the dark evenings, bad weather and so on – Relax! Pick out that new cross stitch kit you have been dying to start (go on, you can go back to the one you’re already stitching later…), find something good on the TV, get a hot cuppa (or better still someone else to make it for you!), switch on your Daylight Lamp and off you go – beat that for relaxation (well someone could fetch a hot bowl of water with bubbles for your feet too!).
We recommend Wye Needlecraft for all your stitching bits and bobs, so have a relaxing browse or plan a day out to visit them in Bakewell – the Heart of the Peak District!
The Daylight Lamp Team
P.S. Don’t forget to take advantage of our Special Offers!
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