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Well hello dear Blog! How time flies when you’re busy! I had a fair few orders in August and have just packed off the last custom painting order. Now I just need to get on with stocking up my shop with new works.
First of all I’d better catch up on Shop of the Week! So here is a run down of Craft Britannia’s featured Etsy shop owners over the last few weeks!
Beautiful knitted jumpers for babies! How cute is this little halloween-themed jumper?
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It’s that time again & this week it’s Erika Price’s jewellery. Erika is a multi-talented silversmith & jewellery maker. Erika makes one of a kind lampwork glass beads and silver jewellery pieces.
Dear me, I’ve been so busy this last month I keep falling behind on the Craft Britannia Shop of the Week. Well here are two from this week and last for you.
First up is Muntjac Vintage run by the super lovely Nadine Britton. As the name suggests, Nadine’s shop sells lovely vintage items such as these cute Russian dollies! You can view an interview with Nadine on the CB blog here.
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Two shops this week as I fell a little behind last week whilst I was preparing for Reading Arts Week. The first shop is Kitzie G who sells items with her beautiful botanical designs on. You can read an interview with Kitzie here.
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Well it’s Wednesday, what a great four-day holiday it was even though it was raining. Still, only 3 days of work left until the weekend! Quick blog post to introduce you to this week’s Shop of the Week which is the Natural Bathing Co this week. Natural Bathing Co makes gorgeous handmade organic soaps and other lovely bathroom items. You can read an interview here and you can visit the Etsy store here.
It’s that time of the week again and this week the Shop of the Week is Spinning Streak. Spinning spins her own yarn as well as making lovely creations from that yarn. From her shop you can buy yarn, fibres, and finished goods. You can take a look at an interview with Spinning here.
This week’s shop of the week is Katie’s ‘My Small World‘. Katie makes a variety of adorable little things although I especially love her handmade bears – see the gorgeous little fellow below! You can read a full interview with Katie on the Craft Britannia blog or visit her Etsy shop to have a look at some of her cute creations!
You may (or may not) be aware that I belong to the Etsy team, Craft Britannia. The team has started a new idea fairly recently to do a ‘Shop of the Week’ where we all take a little time to tell our friends, & customers about the chosen shop.
This week it’s Rachel Elliott Glassworks. Rachel is a professional glass artist who creates beautiful sculptures & jewellery in her studio in Edinburgh. One of Rachel’s best known collections of sculptures are her hares, which come in a wide range of colours, patterns, and designs, like the one below.
|Green Paisley Hare Glass Sculpture|