Valentine’s Day craft fair in Brighton

It’s that time of year again with Valentine’s day just around the corner. To celebrate it this year I will be selling my wonderful sweetheart brooches at the Wild Strawberry craft fair on Saturday 14th February. This will be from 11am -4pm at the Unitarian church on New Road in Brighton.

I will also be […]

Crowns from Ashes jewellery now available at The Open Studios

The Open Studios is situated on Brighton seafront on the slope down to the beach from the promenade, near to the Fortune of War pub. This can be found opposite the south end of Middle street directly between the two piers. It is a working studio which ¬†displays the work of roughly 14 different […]

My meeting with Caroline Lucas

As a Prince’s Trust supported business I had the terrific opportunity to meet Caroline Lucas earlier this year. She came to meet a few of the trusts business to see how they support young people into employment of their own through their enterprise programme. I was one of the four businesses from the trust […]

By |January 31st, 2014|Categories: Recycled Jewellery|Tags: |0 Comments

Who knew used hair could be so pretty?

Somehow I managed to stumble upon the unique ‘mourning objects’ by Anna Schwamborn, jewellery made from human hair and ashes to create an immortalised keepsake of your loved one. I really love the concept and her finished designs.

Other designers who have created beautiful necklaces from human hair are Kerry Howley and Mona Hatoum. Kerry’s […]

By |October 31st, 2013|Categories: Recycled Jewellery|Tags: , , |0 Comments

The Big Green Cardigan

So recently I ventured to a town called Battle in Sussex to sell some jewellery at a weekend music festival there. It was a fun experience as I had never been to a music festival before and I could definately see why many people love them. However this particular festival, The Big Green Cardigan […]

By |September 30th, 2013|Categories: Recycled Jewellery, Sussex||2 Comments