Posts tagged ‘Shopping’

March 29, 2013

Camden Lock market invite

by izabela

The We Make London makers are going to try new place – Camden Lock Market

so please visit us on the 1st and the 3rd Friday to find unique handmade gifts

all locally made and created with special care

I am going to be there next week on the 5th April and really hope the weather will be better for us

 i have some new bits and pieces if you like quirky crochet jewellery 😉

July 29, 2009


by izabela


I made this lovely necklace because of my love for flowers and to experiment with a combination of thread and metal,
made a very nice and simple, chunky crochet flowers from mercerised cotton thread and joined them with antiqued gold brass rings

each flower is 0.8 inches in diameter and each ring is long 0.8 inches and wide 0.5 inches the flowers with rings are 8 inches long and whole necklace with clasp is 22.5 inches long

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July 22, 2009


by izabela


have a look in this lovely shop full of funky and innovative jewellery, many of the items are one of a kind made from recycled and vintage materials…

one of my favorites is this bracelet made of grey glass lampwork hearts

and what she says about herself:

I live in Yorkshire with my husband and my two gorgeous boys, currently spending every spare minute (of which there aren’t many) in my workshop, aka the spare room! But I have big plans for the garden shed…! I have always had a passion for creating jewellery for myself and friends. I love to work with broken or forgotten vintage items, designing something beautiful in the process. It’s just another kind of recycling! Many of my creations are unique and OOAK due to the vintage elements involved.

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July 16, 2009


by izabela


I just felt in love with this shop – Heart And Soil Baskets… I have seen Hen`s creations before and know them from craft forum but now I think I really need to get one of those baskets… please have a look on this photo and feel like you are at home… and I love this photo

Hen also carves wooden spoons and other things from wood…
and writes a lovely blog Heart And Soil Baskets – please read what she says about herself:

My name is hen and I craft baskets and small hurdles from Somerset willow and materials foraged from the hedgerows of the Cotswolds. The name Heart and Soil comes from my passion for the sustainable management of our countryside.
Our ancient oak woodland, hidden away in a wild valley in Exmoor, offers me the opportunity to hone my carving skills. As and when I have any wood products for sale I’ll pop them in the shop!

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July 13, 2009


by izabela


for handmade earrings, pendants, necklaces check jewelry from Sweet Treat

this is what Debbie says:

My name is Debbie and I use what spare time I have to chill out with my vintage and new beads to create…my “me” time. Im an old fashioned girl really and love vintage jewellery. I have a very girly daughter who keeps me up to date so I still keep a modern twist on my work! I also enjoy sewing so hope to be able to expand my little coriandr shop to include handmade items that I produce. Again my daughter has input here as I enjoy keeping up with her demands for new tutus and unique clothing!. I hope you enjoy browsing my store as much as I have enjoyed being part of the wonderful Coraindr community.

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July 10, 2009


by izabela


looking for something very pretty? check what I just found… the cutest cards and and invitations and made almost only from recycled materials, original mini-art mounted on them, if just have a look on my favorite – totally cute elephant a mini art work

and more about the artist here:

Molly McCausland is a fine art student by day, illustrator and cartoonist by night. She uses both digital and traditional means to create strange but cute characters that charm everyone. Tiny Pretty Things also contains Mini Art, the eco friendly tiny drawings on recycled and reclaimed packing card, so that you can boost your eco ego as well as indulging in something beautiful.

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July 7, 2009


by izabela


just a quick post to share some of my recent favorites from etsy

taki krotki post zeby podzielic sie moimi ostatnimi ulubionymi produktami z etsy…

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July 6, 2009


by izabela


today we are visiting Lottie Lodge, where you can buy stationery made from reclined materials… I like the customized price tags as I am a crafter who never get the time to make any nice ones… check it here

read what Lottie says about herself:

Hi, I’m Lottie! I’m 22, I live in South Wales. I have CFS, so I fill my days with knitting and playing with reclaimed crafty materials. I particularly like recycling books, and I’m experimenting with selling knitting patterns.

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July 3, 2009


by izabela


please visit this lovely shop at Coriander Lej Jewellery, Joanne makes lovely beaded bracelets, earrings necklaces and she as well makes handmade cards…

I’m Joanne, Jo for short. I live in Lancashire with my husband and 2 children. I enjoy many crafts such as cross stitching, card making and jewellery making and have recently started glass fusing. My other interests include walking, history art and I love fairies.

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June 30, 2009


by izabela


Beautiful handcrafted jewellery at Coriander, high quality beads and findings you can find in CeeGeeJewellery shop

I make handcrafted sterling silver jewellery from my workshop in Cheshire, which I sell online and through craft fairs, local shops and jewellery parties. I only use high quality beads and findings, and offer a number of one off items. As well as having a love of semi-precious gemstones, I’m fascinated by lampwork beads, and have just begun to learn to make them myself. Since starting my business 18 months ago I’ve really grown to appreciate the love and care that goes into handcrafted goods, and would choose it over mass-produced every time.

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