Thursday, 19 July 2012

No. 1 - Here come the purples!

A first look at some of the lovely stalls created by CRAFTfest purple group.

Raven's Stained Glass



Beautiful stained glass pieces which are perfect as gifts for all occasions from birthdays to Christmas gifts. I create suncatchers, decorations, 3D pieces of stained glass art, stained glass mosaics and beautiful sparking Christmas Decorations.



LO! Designz



I make handcrafted jewellery with mostly precious metal clay which becomes solid fine silver (99.9%)after firing and can be hallmarked as such. I also make pieces from base metal clays such as copper and bronze. I incorporate both semi-precious and lab-created stones in my jewellery. As all my pieces are one-of-a-kind, no two are the same. However, if you see something you like but in another colour, feel free to contact me and I'd make it to order for you.



Kabuki

Indulge your sweet tooth with Kabuki Jewellery! I combine quirky, handmade polymer clay charms with a selection of beads, buttons and ribbons, to create colourful and unique accessories. Taking inspiration from Japanese street fashion, street art and pop culture Kabuki accessories are sure to get you noticed!



Loutul

 


Embroidered Wall Art, Pewter Wall Sculptures, Pewter Candle Sleeves, Decorative Glass Bottles, Custom Embroidery and Pewter Embossing. We have a wide variety of Pewter Repousse gifts and homewares. All items are made by hand using only hand tools. As with our embroidery, we aim to cater for all tastes. All our embroidered designs are professionally framed in-house to ensure that the frames compliment the artwork. We do offer a custom service for both embroidered artwork and pewter repousse so if we dont have what you're looking for, let us know and we'll try our best to accommodate you.



Auli'i Beads



So, a bit about me ... Well, I've always loved costume jewellery and a colleague once asked just how many bracelets etc I had as I always seemed to be colour co-ordinated. My first foray into the world of beading was when a favourite bracelet broke and I bought some beading elastic and decided to repair it myself. When I just couldn't find a bracelet to go with an outfit I had I decided to get some beads and make my own so I could get exactly what I wanted. Then to keep myself occupied during a period of illness I found myself making beaded jewellery and soon became totally addicted!

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4 comments:

  1. Hi, just to let you know a couple of links didn't work when i tried to follow/like them
    Lo! designs FB page and Kabuki's twitter link
    Abi

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  2. Lovely selections and thanks for including me

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