Inspiring you to create your own fan art with eBay
My mother is extremely talented and has done so many projects that I have lost count. Having made a reproduction of the Bayeux Tapestry (click on these words to see the video of this project that I made for YouTube), my mum would do little side projects such as painting or embroidery. The work is truly amazing to see and I am very lucky to be able to see these whenever I wish, however, the one area that always pulls my heartstrings is when one of the projects is for me. I can not explain this in words the meaning however, I can show you all on this special page. From looking at shops for memorabilia items to making embroidery projects that are one of a kind, I have to say that I am one very lucky person to have a talented mum.
On a funny note, my mum made some of these for me to use, such as bed covers. Nope, they get stored away to keep them as clear and away from issues, like my collection as each item below has a strong meaning to me. Truly blessed to own these amazing items, please enjoy.
*small note: These were made for me as fan art and are NOT official items. These are gifts to me and not for sale.
Going to Butlins Minehead several times a year, my mother had noticed the Octopus in the dining room as a decoration. Having taken a photo, my mum would make it into embroidery for me.
embroidery with painted background
Another embroidery made for me featuring my hero with a painted background and my favourite Butlin's logo.
This painting sits on my wall in the bedroom as Sir William smiles on looking at my collection.
embroidery with painting
Embroidered and painted showing a very well known advert.
This part of the cover is showing the iconic cable car, the Monorail train, several badges and Iris in the most famous advert in Butlin's history
Featuring Billy, Bonnie, the founder Sir William Butlin, badges, the Redcoat uniform, the Monorail Train, several badges and of course, the dodgems ride.
Featuring the giant of Butlins, more badges and club names.
Featuring the gems of Butlins, also known as the chalets.
Showing the second chapel of Butlin's Minehead, the second location for the church, which remains to this date. Also featuring a couple of books and the Beachcomber plate.
The famous Wizzy World club and Butlin's Redcoats, one still survive in Butlin's Minehead.
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