Friday, 22 October 2010

Support Handmade and Charity this Christmas

With the ever increasing number of quality handmade crafts joining the crafts directory, there is no better place to shop for handmade products this Christmas. All of the makers have supported charity through joining the directory and we even have a section devoted to crafts that support charity through their work.

The featured crafts section of the crafts directory is really taking off and I am personally finding it really enjoyable finding these makers of handmade who support charity through their work.

The additions to the featured crafts section this week include SimJaTa who is donating a custom handmade tote bag to raise funds for Woof Beginnings Christmas auction 2010.

Also we have featured Handmade by Jess who is selling Sterling Silver Awareness Ribbon Charms to raise funds for Cancer Research UK and donating jewellery in support of Women for Women.

smiley handmade snowman
We have had three new lovely crafts join the crafts directory this week, so a big thanks to:

The first thank you this week goes to Handmade by Jess and her hand crafted jewellery incorporating a variety of materials, including crystals, glass beads, Swarovski pearls, sterling silver charms and silver plated findings.

The second thank you goes to Sparrow Primitives specialise in quality, unusual handmade gifts and home accessories. Choose from a wide range of shabby chic, primitive and country style items and bring a touch of vintage charm to your home.

The third thank you goes to Bits and Bobs Crafts and her craft blog that promotes the use of recycled, upcycled and surplus stash materials to make beautiful things. The craft blog Includes promotion of Folksy sellers, ideas exchange, design processes and focuses on vintage items.

Don’t forget that if you are looking for unique Christmas presents this year, please consult the crafts directory. You will find lots of handmade products made by crafters who care.

Mick

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the mention Mick, glad to see more new entries to the crafts directory.

    Lynda

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