Heritage Crafts is the advocacy body for traditional heritage crafts. Working in partnership with Government and key agencies, it provides a focus for craftspeople, groups, societies and guilds, as well as individuals who care about the loss of traditional crafts skills, and works towards a healthy and sustainable framework for the future.
Membership of Heritage Crafts has given me so many new opportunities to meet more creative people, especially in East Midlands. I have leant a lot and been inspired to create more, experiment more and of course learn more!
A selection of Colourful Enamelled Butterfly Brooches
I have made a series of these lovely little butterflies and each one is colourful and utterly gorgeous and individual. So many colour combinations to choose from!
This dainty little accessory is perfect for your coat, hat or bag. It is also a lovely little gift for birthday or Christmas. Each one of my brooches is a one off because I make it individually with a selection of colourful glass powder and decorative media.
After a very successful summer of Craft Bazaars at the Rutland Garden Centre I will be returning to this lovely venue for their Art, Craft and Enterprise Fairs this Autumn.
These are not the same as the Escape the Ordinary Events we did in the conservatory, just a single craft stall showcasing and selling my Copper Things, Palletwood Stuff by Dave Austin & Felt Art by Eve Marshall. We will be in the garden centre area you walk through to get to the cafe.
They do have a very nice cafe at Rutland Garden Village. As these events are in cooler weather I am sure I will be there for a lot more hot chocolates.
With deep regret I have to suspend shipping to EU countries while I try to understand the regulations for selling to the European Union post Brexit. I do apologise for the inconvenience to my EU customers. Shalini Dismiss