Three more exhibitors on Sunday include handmade, handmade and more handmade items. Tea light holders, brooches and buttons, tiaras and combs, Thank you and Happy Birthday Cards.
Muffin Ceramics are offering an array of handmade ceramic items, inspired by the colourful brash work of pop-art to the clean pure whiteness of porcelain. I believe there will be a hint of Jubilee in fired form on their table. Tea light holders, lanterns, brooches and rings to name but a few items they will be showing.
Made With Love Cards made by the hands of Katherine Brookes, who has recently been identified as a small business worth supporting by Theo Paphitis of Dragon’s Den fame. She was asked to attend an award ceremony in Birmingham and was congratulated by the dragon himself. Come and meet her at the fair to find out more and to see her beautifully crafted and displayed cards – and I know she’s been creating in great numbers over the last few days to offer lacy and delicate Vintage cards that you’ll never want to throw away.
Clare Ogden designs beautiful bridal headpieces and jewellery and has recently won awards for her work. She offers a bespoke service for her clients, so come and see her work and spend time chatting with her about your own needs. Getting married this or next year- Clare can help you with your own unique piece of jewellery.
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