Welcome to our second ‘Virtual Craft Fair’ !
All of the artists and crafters taking part today are local to Surrey and have joined us for a fair previously or are booked to join when we reopen.
You can get in touch with them by using the contact details included in their details, or replying to a comment on the facebook event page.
Fixer and Maker
I am Tim Rawlings and have been working in the theatre industry for many years. After COVID hit the theatre industry and the theatres closed, I began to create my own business. This business is called Fixer and Maker. I am currently spending my time constructing things from locally sourced reclaimed wood and fixing things for people locally. I am currently selling candle holders, key rings, wine bottle holders, cutting boards and a clever wine bottle and glass holder. I have also begun commissioned pieces and have completed an outdoor hanging shelf made from oak offcuts which the client provided.
If you are interested in any of my products, please visit www.fixerandmaker.uk/shop.
Ginger and Mint Artwork
Beth Roskilly – the artist combines her love of animals, working with natural materials and recycling by painting animals on recycled slate pieces. These can be hung either indoors or outdoors.
The artist hopes her work will bring any one who buys them some of the happiness she had in creating them.
Perfect for a little treat for yourself or as a gift for family or friends.
Get in touch!
email – email@example.com
phone – 07817 525111
website – https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/MintGingerArtworks
facebook – https://www.facebook.com/gingermintart/
Helga Keri Art
The painting became a passion of mine from a very early age and continues to be an integral part of my life. I am inspired by so many things, such as the colours and the trees. I work in acrylics with soft pastels. I have been painting in pastel for over 15 years.
Education: 2010-2015 University of Nyíregyháza, Visual Representation BA
Events: HAOS Art Trail
HAOS Art Fair
Get in touch!
facebook – www.Facebook.com/helgakeriart
instagram – Helga Keri Art
Mobile: 07 535 646822
Thompson and Pooch
I started sewing as a hobby to raise money for Wimbledon Greyhound Welfare but it has grown into a small business which continues to support retired racing greyhounds. I have 2 greyhounds, Hughie and John and Bonnie, a cross breed. Greyhounds make amazingly loyal pets and are incredibly lazy so happy to watch me sew all day!
I do make commissions especially in the dog and animal fabrics.
Get in touch!
Website – www.thompsonandpooch.co.uk
instagram – @thompsonandpooch
email – firstname.lastname@example.org
I’m Kelly, 44 yrs old living in Farnham, Surrey. I work part time, giving me time to craft along side my job. I have been working with resin since the beginning of last year, and selling online via Etsy and my Facebook page since around March. I also have space in the Craft Coop shop in Camberley, and most recently, have opened a shop on the online marketplace ‘Heartizan’. I love working with resin because it is so versatile, and use it to create jewellery and other gifts containing various inclusions from colour pigments and glitters, to dried flowers and watch parts. I also make jewellery from beads. I enjoy creating, and am happy to work with customers to make bespoke pieces just for them.
My craft business is ResinExpectations – making gifts, creating smiles.
Get in touch!
email – email@example.com
ResinExpectations on Etsy and Heartizan.
Angel and Rose
Angel and Rose is the collaboration of Corcyra & Phil Angel and Tonia Rose Butter. Having a real love for anything arty crafty they produce a weekly blog – The Bobbetts. Corcyra and Phil run The Best of British Boutique and Tonia runs Utopian Gifts. They decided to come together and create The Angel and Rose collection which is purely showcasing interior pieces, from small accessories to Bespoke lighting and Furniture. An eclectic mix of upcycled interior design all handmade in the Surrey Hills, Angel and Rose undertake commission work and the work can be viewed soon in the studio workshop, The House of B.O.B from September in Gomshall please book an appointment, to visit in advance.Inspiration for Our work comes from a mix of wanting to breathe life into what would be a discarded objects and using nature and quirky design to complete our pieces. Every piece can be called bespoke as each item is hand produced and re-purposed, And most of all we love what we do, we hope you like it too?
Get in touch!
email – firstname.lastname@example.org
website – https://www.bestofbritishboutique.com/angel-and-rose
facebook – https://www.facebook.com/Angel-and-Rose-110730720327495/
Orla Thyme Designs
Hi, I’m Deb’s and I’m the face behind Orla Thyme Design. Orla is my crafting alias!
I love colour, light and nature, especially the sea and all it’s inhabitants and those things tend to be my inspiration. A typical piece of mine will have a duo tone, catching and playing with the light like a fish scale or a feather. I also like to use crystals, certain flowers ( many fade ) , glass chips, bleed colours into each other to create lovely effects and to create my own moulds. I am privileged to have made some memorial pieces, both jewellery and ornamental, by embedding ashes in a favourite colour or fur of a beloved pet. Obviously this is a very sensitive subject so I don’t post these on my page. Please feel free to message me for a chat about your requests though if this may be of interest.
Thank you for taking the time to visit my shop, I hope you find something you love, or maybe I can make you a bespoke piece.
Get in touch!
email – email@example.com
facebook – www.facebook.com/lovecraft.DebMess/
website – www.numonday.com/shop/orla-thyme-design
Charlie's Button Friends
I upcycle cashmere into wearable items to keep you toasty and warm and also gifts for the home.
Handmade Crafts UK
Hi, I’m Helen. 58 year old grandmother and self employed steam ironing business owner and keeper of rescued chickens but I like to make and sell jewellery for charity. I started making jewellery back in 2008 after I worked in a semi precious gemstone jewellery shop (a dream job!) where she made her own items and took commissions. I quickly realised that I was capable of that and took a few jewellery making classes. Straight after, I started making jewellery and selling a few bits. I then proceeded onto giving jewellery making classes for children, but had to stop after the insurance costs escalated. I now make all sorts of jewellery and key rings (but not ear rings due to insurance costs) and I sell online for various charities. I am more than happy to take commissions. I give quotations up front. I only work with semi precious gemstones and plated silver. My favourite has always been Fresh Water Pearls, so you will see them feature quite a lot in my work. All proceeds always go to charity: (Various) Rescue Remedies Dog Rescue (£2,700 raised) RSPCA, CIWF, Esther The Wonder Pig, Mrs JG and Ms LB rescue for dogs and cats (£634.00 so far and ongoing online).
Sketch and Flow
Jenny's Craft Box
Hi, I’m Jenny from Jenny’s Craft Box! I live in Ash, Hampshire, with my Hubby who is also very crafty! I love making and creating things that are fun, colourful and there is always a bit of my heart in everything I make. I create handmade, quality items that are affordable and make great gifts for family and friends (as well as to treat yourselves of course!) Everything that I make is unique and there is a lot of choice to make sure there is something for everyone! Some of the items I have include handmade pompom keyrings and decorations, a range of handmade earrings, bracelets, accessories including bookmarks and brooches, and papercraft greetings cards for all occasions. I particularly love making personalised greetings cards, and have made a number of these for
friends, family and now customers too! If you would like anything personalised or to commission something in particular, please feel free to get in touch and we’ll work out a design together!
Get in touch!
email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Handmade by Matt
I am a self thought woodturner and tinkerer, started around two and a half years ago… all started when my wife has asked me to make some table number holders for our wedding. That’s when I decided to make my own lathe!
My main focus is making handmade kitchen items such as utensils, chopping boards, peppermills, bowls, coasters cake stands, bottle stoppers and rolling pins. Handmade pens are also a great seller anything from twist pens to fountain pens, made from wood or acrylic, perfect as a gift. I also create funky lamps using retro everyday items like hand-cranked meat mincer, vintage blow torches and old hand drills. On top of all that, I also make some other unique and unusual items.
If you would like something made bespoke or to your taste, please contact me the possibilities are endless.