I am now listing items on a new, curated, site called (whimsically) meetthymaker.co.uk! This is primarily for artwork, so I am listing my higher-end designs with them, some 2D, some 3D. With Mother's Day coming up you might like to look at the two new sites now listing flights-of-fantasy and charles cottage studio work. The items below are just some I have listed on ArtisanryCo.co.uk or Luxecellence.com. ArtisanryCo is not the easiest site to find things as they don't yet have yet categories for everything. Luxecellence is slightly easier as they have more/different categories. On Luxecellence for example you can type in Mother's Day and find a whole lot of ideas in one go! Both sites are feeling their way and supporting individual makers who need your support this coming year more than ever! I would add that the Workshop in a Wallet kits make lovely gifts in their own right, but equally, you might enjoy making a flower or heart for someone special
Top row - Luxecellence: Decorative Rose Bowl - Felt lined raffia basket - Artisanry: African Bird Second row - available on both sites:Making Scents - seedpod room scent (made to order in your choice of colours) - Berry Splash (made to order in your choice of two colours) - Tropical flower brooch Third row - all Luxecellence: Soft felt bowl with chascona trim - Elements: Water - Felt lined raffia basket Fourth row: Luxecellence: Scentsation room scent with three scent seeds - Artisanry: Decorative vessel - Luxecellence: Bas relief plaster cast: Spanish bluebells Fifth row: Artisanry: Little blue brooch - Luxecellence: Decorative blue pentago bowl, Embroidered wool felt bowl All prices are inclusive of postage for UK mainland destinations Some Workshops in a Wallet as listed on 'Other interesting goodies' are available from these two websites, but also from Craftcourse.com. All items can also be purchased direct from me if you email email@example.com
If you prefer to shop in person, when Lockdown restrictions allow, a selection of my work is on sale at Haslemere Museum and at The Surrey Guild of Craftsmen Gallery in Milford.