Monday, 2 March 2009


Well, I have loaded a few more of my items onto Folksy, these items are not available on my website. Why not take a look, I would love to know what you think of them. Spring is on it's way and I've gone a bit flowery.
Agapanthus - a gorgeous floral inspired pendant using a lampwork bead by Rachel Dawes.
Tansy - beautiful purple lampwork beads by Rebecca Weddell decorated in teal flowers - just scrummy.
For those of you thinking - "What on earth is she on about with Folksy?" Folksy is a new online selling site where loads of craft people all sell their wares in one place. So if you are looking for a unique gift for someone or looking to treat yourself then head on over there are some fantastic things that you can't buy in your local shops.
To whet your appetites, I have put together a few things I really like on the theme of "Sea" - well we did go back home to Cornwall for half term and it's still in my veins.
How beautiful is this? There are lots of matching items as well. Sea bubbles cuff - Lucy Campbell

These booties are so cute - I love the starfish on them. Beach Babies - Willo

Fun and funky felt - Sailboat broach - Pippin

I think these are a fantastic idea and great as birthday pressies, check out the whole range there are some lovely ideas. Fish Theatre - Art in the bag

I love this broach, quirky and fun. He's my lovely sailor boy - A resin revival
And to remind you of the seaside when the holiday is long over, a fab felt picture. I wish I was on that sunlounger now - especially as it is raining outside :) Reminiscent - Felt Fusion

Or if you are more of a sailing person - Yachts at Tichfield - The Rolling Mill

Enjoy finding it on Folksy.


niftyknits said...

I love the felty picture of the seaside!

Julia Guthrie said...

Hi, thanks for coming over to comment on my blog post about Jo!:)

There is so much amazing jewellery I've discovered since finding places like Etsy/Folksy/ I just need to earn the money so I can be a full time jewellery collector!! LOL

Looking forward to following your blog:)

Noodlefish Crafts said...

What fantastic finds! And I love that sea bubble cuff!