Although most of my collection involves the beautiful and unique postcard details I like to play with and use the geometric shapes that have developed from my designs. Creating these elegant and simple pieces allow me to offer a more wearable and affordable range of jewellery which is important to me as a designer.
These rings are available to buy. Please follow the ‘shop’ tab to my online store.
I’m so excited to be organising this wonderful Christmas Craft Show ‘Christmas Makers at Anrán’ this December at the incredibly beautiful boutique B&B Anrán at Tidwell Farm www.anran.co.uk.
‘Christmas Makers at Anrán’ is a collection of Local Artisans at the unique location of Anrán, Tidwell Farm. Jewellery, Ceramics, Wood, Illustration, Print, Glass, Leather and Delicious food treats you are sure to find the perfect Handcrafted Christmas gift.
A Christmas Event for all the family, let the Children have ‘Craft Time’ in the Anran Pottery Studio with cupcake decorating and pottery play (10am-12 and 2pm-4pm) whilst the adults take their time to choose your perfect gifts and talk to our makers. A Style Director hairdresser will be giving Christmas Cuts and Hair-up dos, perfect for the seasons Christmas Parties.
With Carols under the Christmas Tree, join us on Friday 9th December, 6pm-9pm for the Preview Evening where we will be holding a special raffle of Makers gifts with money raised being given to a local charity. We will also be collecting and donating to charity 10% of takings over the weekend.
It would be wonderfully if you could join us for this special event x
A selection of tools used on my Bangle Making Workshops (which i’ve had a great response to) and also Gift Voucher cards available to purchase for a friend or loved one. These can be for a workshop or an amount to be used towards a piece of my jewellery. Loving sneaking into the workshop when little ones having a nap!
I’ve been finding it hard to juggle working part-time and making for my upcoming events. I’ve really missed the full time making of being at Uni but my part-time job has recently given me great new opportunities and I’m loving the new challenges. I suppose this is the time I’m coming to realise how difficult it is to be a full time maker and live independently from making jewellery. However, I am working out my routine and on my days off I am loving being in my workshop, turning on the radio and quietly creating. I have been designing and thinking about how I can develop my postcard jewellery into pieces which are more wearable and affordable. I love this new piece, feminine and pretty it includes a pretty floral postcard pattern, delicate french writing and complementary oxidised sterling silver. Soon to be on show at Victoria Sewarts Contemporary Jewellery Gallery in Plymouth. Until my next day off….