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 […]

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||0 Comments