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Enchanted Resin Designs

My name is Samantha I live in Gosport and I craft with resin. I make bottle stoppers, cake stands, wine butlers, coasters, chopping boards and soap dispensers in all colours, with glitters or flowers, and personalised objects. I also specialise in flower preservation, I can dry out and preserve your wedding bouquet, special anniversary ...

Beads R Me By Donna

Hello, my name is Donna, I design and create handmade gemstone bracelets, earrings, and necklaces. In addition, I craft Christmas star tree decorations, key rings, and key/mobile charms. Each design is as unique as you are, you can choose from a selection of premade designs for the instant gift or tell me your desired colours and I ...

BeardScents

BeardScents was set up to provide beard products inspired by popular designer and niche fragrance houses, so the wearer can match their daily fragrance with their beard grooming items. Our products not only smell great but are beneficial to both the hair and skin. As a new start up we currently have 4 products with many many more being ...

JM Craft

Our products vary across three mediums. Resin, Jesmonite and hardwood. The resin and jesmonite products consist of various trays and home decor items. The hardwood is mainly chopping boards and charcuterie boards. We enjoy creating home decor and beautiful bespoke gifts. Everything is a one off piece which we value. We ensure every product ...

Jclaydesign

Polymer clay earrings has become a passion of mine since retiring as a nurse within the NHS for many years. I use different techniques such as Caning, Mokume Gane and slicing. I love mixing colours, using alcohol inks, mica powder and such likes. I’m experimenting all the time and love to see how they turn out. I like to finish with ...

Rachel Wood Jewellery

I make simple, beautiful, handmade silver jewellery based around organic shapes and textures. I have been working in silver on and off for 15 years and now have a workshop space in my home near Bath. I enjoy working with different techniques, exploring the possibilities of silver as a medium, including reticulation, keum boo, casting ...

The Humble Woodshed

How the Humble Woodshed started ... Hello, name is Mike and back in May 2019 I suffered a breakdown. Alongside the complete love and support of my family, an excellent GP, medication and therapy, The Humble Woodshed was born. I am a carpenter by trade and re-igniting my passion for woodwork over this time has been a key part to my recovery. ...

Sew Xsan

Sew Xsan is a small business dedicated to bringing high quality, handmade clothing and accessories into your life. All our pieces are made with love and attention to detail so we can provide you with style and comfort as well as practicality. These include but are not limited to: - Jackets - Jumpers - Trousers - Dungarees - Bags - Hats ...

Marie Luxury Fragrances

I’m Helen, and Marie Luxury Fragrances is named after my beloved mum, who always made our house such a lovely home. How my home looks, and how it smells has always been very important to me. My home being as chemical free as possible is also very important to me. I founded Marie Luxury Fragrances to provide a range of beautiful smelling, ...


Urgent Stitches - Cross stitch - SurreyLynnes Crafts - Sewing - South YorkshireRandom Acrylics - Art - South YorkshireRobert G Marshall - Art - EssexAlison Trimble - Art - KentSusan Mildenhall Painted Furniture - Interior Design - OxfordshireApplique Tree Studio - Art - BerkshireLeft Right Hand Crochet - Crochet - BuckinghamshireMeyer van Rensburg - Painting - KentNorthorpeArt - Art - CambridgeshireOchotos Hands - Art - East SussexDklhandmade jewellery - Silversmith - Hampshire
Random Acrylics June Exhibition in Wickersley

Wickersley Library are pleased to present a free exhibition of ‘Random Acrylics’ in June courtesy of local artist Pete Thornton-Smith. The exhibition takes place in the library from June 3rd until the 28th with a wide range of styles and techniques on display. Libraries and Neighbourhood Hubs Officer Kirsty French said, “We are very excited to be able to offer the chance to view these exciting and vibrant paintings to members of the ...

The Benefits of Beard Oil

1. Moisturizes Facial Hair and Skin Beard oil is primarily designed to condition your beard, making it softer and more pleasant to touch. The oils commonly found in these products, such as jojoba, argan, and coconut oil, mimic the natural oils produced by the skin. They help keep both the beard and the underlying skin well-hydrated. This is especially important in preventing the flakiness and dryness that often accompany a longer beard. ...

Are you a time served artist artisan or creative

Are you a time served artist, artisan or creative, looking for events, on a regular basis, at a regular place throughout the year? Local communities and venues have such great potential for brands and artisans, especially for small businesses, as we provide unique alternatives to high street shops. My events are aimed at anyone who loves to shop small and local and wants bespoke products, produced by people who love to sell the things ...

Welcome to my website

It seems a long way from messing around in my bedroom as a teenager, painting porcelain and creating jewellery, to having an all-singing, all-dancing website for my artistic passion – silk. In addition to creating my own silk pieces, I also work in collaboration with other artists, teach workshops and work on community projects, so yes, silk is a way of life for me. It’s been something of a journey of the years, but I’m now so happy ...

Crossing over from Watercolours to Acrylics

I had spent numerous years doing landscapes in watercolours and I loved the detail that you could include and their delicate nature. However, I then began searching for a means to paint in a freer style, but whatever I tried with watercolours didn’t really make the grade for me. Fortunately, at the end of the year, I became aware of what people were doing with acrylics when you didn’t really set out with a fixed picture in mind – ...

What is Folk and Bespoke

At Folk and Bespoke customers can shop easily in one place, from lots of local artisans, makers and creatives who use our “store without a front” to sell their work. People can come together to make, sell, buy and collect unique and bespoke items, supporting local design professionals and crafters. I have had my online business for 4 years now, and have read endless articles, guides, blogs, advice, videos and the list goes on. I’m ...

Showcase your crafts at premium locations

If you are a crafts enthusiast looking for high-footfall locations to showcase your products, then get ready to seize some exciting premium trading opportunities that March has to offer. 1. Are you a small business owner looking for the perfect opportunity to showcase your craft or delicious food? Look no further! Artisan Fair on Mothers Day Weekend (Saturday 9th - Sunday 10th March) at Bluewater, the second-largest shopping centre ...

A floral escape

I have been obsessed with flowers for as long as I can remember. As a little girl, I was fascinated by any garden I was in, wanting to know what every plant was and (when I was allowed) I would excitedly pick and examine the flowers. Now in my late twenties, I have gathered an increasingly large collection of botanical books and have developed a hobby of collaging. In this process, having photographed my favourite images from my flower ...

Well done me

Now do not get me wrong I am happy to convert to a better product and webpage that allows communications but feel that things dont run as they say they do. Example. Take photo on mobile phone takes it and pops into my macbook. The mack book applications shows not as jpeg transfer over to jpeg. done. Not as it seems all of a sudden its chaging the format when ask to upload, Most of the time it has not so something in the works wants ...

Growing And Learning as a crafter

Last year was really busy getting out and about was great, I always nervous if my products are good enough will anyone buy! but I have had a really positive year, I attend a number of Artisan Markets , but also had the opportunity to support local events such as children in need, local church and local village institute, more recently got involved with a local retirement village, not only selling but have the opportunity to set up ...

Unlock Timeless Radiance

Immerse yourself in our signature Rose Luxury Lip Balm, a fusion of mango butter, shea butter, and hemp seed, imparting a velvety texture and an enchanting rose flavor. Complementing this is our hydrating face oil, a divine blend of jojoba, frankincense, rose geranium, and jasmine, ensuring your skin drinks in the richness of nature. Experience the anti-aging magic of frankincense and jasmine, promoting elasticity and firmness. Bid ...

If you are looking for a nice detail we invite you

We have for you : Mugs with our own designs and personalized. Event mugs. Magic mugs to reveal sex, ask for marriage, ask you to be godmother, to announce that you are going to be a dad, among others. We have beautiful resin keychains with the initials of your names. Decorated and personalized water bottles. Colouring books for the little ones in the house. Decorated bags for your shopping or carrying your books. Bodysuits for kids. ...

The UK is without doubt one of the most creative and diverse places on Earth.

The talent of makers and artists needs a release, a channel that allows both new and experienced people the chance to market and sell their work. They also need to network with their peers to exchange ideas and experiences. The craft fair can be that channel. It challenges people, it inspires and motivates people to do better and more.

Supporting your local craft fairs as a visitor and purchaser, helps to grow the community and encourage further creative, social and community wealth.