Monday, 13 February 2012

Meet a few more of the Talented Artists Joining the online CRAFTfest extravaganza in March 2012 Blogpost 2

SlowLane Handmades
by Silvia Sherriff

I am Silvia from Lincoln I am a crafter through and through. If I don't sew/glue/knit or fold, I bake/cook or play around with Photoshop or Gimp. And if I don't do any of those things I paint or decorate on our House. I also write a recipe feature for an Online Craft Magazine and I live on Facebook/Twitter/Pinterest. I am the proud Mother of one very talented Acrylic Jewellery Designer/Maker and live with the single most handy handy man around. I carry the sole responsibility for my online business SlowLane Handmades....all the way down to making the Tea and sweeping the floor.

Spiral Fountain Jewellery
by Nicky Kennish
I create chainmaille jewellery & wire jewellery,which is often based on animals & inspired by the magic of Cumbria where I live. I sell from my own website, but also on WOW Thank You, Folksy & in Lowes Court Gallery & Viewpoints Gallery in Cumbria.

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Pink Tree Studios
by Anne-Marie Jones
Pink Tree Studios is the home of exquisite handmade wedding accessories and jewellery.
All items are designed and handmade, to the highest standards, in our studio based in the heart of England.

Here at Pink Tree, we carefully select only the finest quality pearls, crystals and other materials, making sure each piece is as beautiful as its intended wearer.
Grace and Faith die cuts
By Sarah Challenger
Paragraph = Grace and Faith die cuts is a small home run business who make die cuts for all your card making and scarpbooking needs. We make high quality products at low affordable prices.
All our products are cut from high quality card.
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Vintage Beadery
by Ley Holloway

Paragraph = My work is created using finds from my local beaches in North Devon, mostly glass, but also fragments of ceramic and the occasional pebble. I make pendants using vintage beads to create mounts for the glass and ceramics, I also add a few modern beads to get the effect I want, vintage beads are not always available in the colours I need. The pebbles are drilled to take hand made silver mounts, very simple to show off the pebbles rather than the mount. I also occasionally wire wrap very smooth pieces of glass. Recently I started experimenting with fusing silver wire onto brass and copper.
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by Richard Evans
I am a recent (mature) graduate from an Illustration & Graphics degree (first with honours) and have started creating artwork/gifts all based on the theme of "LOVE".

A big seller right now is a large, framed heart shape filled with words personal to the client. One client even proposed using my 'Heart Art' as a gift with 'Marry Me' on it :-)

I try to cater to clients needs, so therefore offer a totally personal experience to each person.

A lot of my art is framed by myself, as I feel it means the customer gets a ready to hang, finished item.

I produce canvas art, posters, framed artwork and individual prints.
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Tangent Crafts
by Natalie Nienaber

Zaggs and Purzes have arrived! They are quirky handbags and purses made from zips. Zaggs are fully lined with tartan and are accessorized with a Zagg flower, a shiney button and a bit of sparkle. I love making them and trying to decide which is my favourite colour is very difficult. I suppose it depends what colour I am wearing that day, which means I have a Zagg in Glamorous Black, Cherry Red, Royal Blue, Jade Green, Passionate Purple, Golden Yellow, Lemon Yellow, Peachy Pink, Sage and Light Blue and various combination's thereof. I hope you will love them too. 

by Valerie Rooney
My name is Valerie, and I live in Scotland with my two rescue dogs, one of whom is called Beau.  Beau was rescued from a puppy farm, and I started learning how to make jewellery to donate to my two favourite dog rescues to raise funds.  It has grown from there, and I give 10% of my sales income to these same two dog rescues.

I wanted to offer something different and affordable, and I love the diversity of gemstones, so I nearly always use gemstones and unusual glass beads to make easy to wear jewellery, all unique pieces.

by Jane Livesey

I am a married mother of three, artist and crafter, living in Manchester, England.

I make mainly handmade things for babies and children, but also for mummies,too.
Custom orders welcome.
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Disco Diva
by Debbie McEwen
Hi I'm Disco Diva! Welcome to my stall!! On it, you will find a variety of goodies, mostly softies and dolls cos I like making them.
There's also a luvverly load of sock creatures, from monkeys to the odd (really odd!!) crocodile! All made out of nice, clean socks, no used cheesy ones allowed!
So feel free and look around.
If you have any questions, feel free to message me and I'll get back to you as soon as pos. xxx

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Al's Gems
by Alison Humble
Hi, my name is Ali and I create personally handcrafted items of jewellery using swarovski crystals, pearls, semi precious gemstones and glass beads. All items will come giftwrapped, Custom order requests are happily accepted, and if you like an item but would prefer it another colour / size then please feel free to contact me. Enjoy !

Miss Nova Designs
by Sarah Wardle
Miss Nova Designs specialises in unique Screen printed Stationery, Homeware and Gifts to brighten up your day!
We produce a range of products from Notelets to Tea Towels and also seasonal products.

Watch this space... some more amazing stalls to be added soon ........
Come an join us at the March Online Craftfest.
for more details click  HERE

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