Sign Up

Add your email address and get added to our mailing list, you will then be notified of newly added craft dates when we add them.

Some of our talented crafters at our next event

Posted by Kylie Sparkes on Tuesday 5th March 2019

Elemental Jewellery Design…
“I started making jewellery 3 years ago as I love silver jewellery but wanted to make myself some more contemporary and ‘different’ pieces. I would wear my jewellery and started receiving compliments when I was out and about from  various people. This gave me the confidence to start exhibiting at Cambridge Open Studios and then attending craft fairs. My work is unique in design with a con temporary and ‘bohemian’ feel. I also take commissions.”

Sterling Silver Bark effect bangle £75

Sterling Silver plain and beaded wire bracelet £50

Sterling Silver and black onyx earrings £50

Sterling silver sapphire flower earrings £40

Sterling silver beaded wire pendant with fine silver rose £60

Sterling silver and black rutile quartz pendant

Sterling silver pendant set with 3 iolite semi precious stones £35

Sterling silver blue topaz ring £60

Sterling silver amethyst, Citrine and topaz ring £40

Sterling silver with green amethyst ring £50

Sterling silver ring set with 4 iolite semi precious stones £50

Facebook @elementaljewellerydesign
Grumpy’s Woodturning…
“I have always enjoyed working with wood as it is such an attractive, tactile material and looks and feels stunning when smoothed and polished.I started woodturning a few years ago, making pieces for my family and friends.It has since turned into a cottage industry based in my rather cramped garden workshop.
A large range of timbers are used including home grown(locally if possible),recycled and exotic.I produce a range of pieces to  appeal to a wide range of taste and budget.I do not tend to stick to rigid designs, instead letting my instinct for design take over when I am actually turning.As a result nearly all my pieces are unique.
Prices start at £6.00 for a spruce mushroom up to circa £50.00 for a large Chilean Pine(Monkey Puzzle Tree)fruit bowl.
I do take commisions, eg if you would like a favourite ceramic bowl recreated in wood I will be delighted to discuss your requirements.
I can be contacted via email and mobile 07707 510474.  My rather amateurish facebook page is soon to be updated.If you look at Grumpys’ Woodturning you will be able to see some photos of my work.”
The Popz & Fitz Company…
“The Popz and Fitz Company is a newly formed partnership created by myself and boyfriend Marc. We work in Marble inks and have enjoyed experimenting to create one of a kind and unique products for all to enjoy. Our products include notebooks, occasional cards, candles, coasters and wooden hearts. Our products come in a range of different colours so there’s something for everyone.”
Wood Wonders by Shelley-Jo…
“I completely love wood, old reclaimed, pallets – any wood. I love working with pallet wood in particular. Once stripped down I turn it into fun and creative decorative items from my pencil holders which Ive named Tidy Bots, Robot key ring holders aptly named Fob Bots and odd shaped robots called Buddy Bots. This is just one of the ranges I play with. I also make candle holders, plaques, mirrors and clocks plus pretty much anything that pops into my head – I love making people with driftwood – basic but cute. I love to see the grain in wood – there is always a picture there somewhere. This is only a hobby for me and not a business – I find working in my workshop with my beloved misshapen and unloved wood a perfect remedy for sustaining a happy and healthy mental heath. Often the items I make just make me smile (and often giggle) when I look at them. I am my own worst critic and am always amazed when people buy my items – but that in itself is a wonderful feeling. I work full time in a stressful management position and this is the other side of my life that keeps me grounded and helps to promote a wonderful positive outlook on the beauty of life.”

Letters & mor by Susan…

Scrabble frames and Scrabble related gifts.


Woodland Crafts…

“I’ve always had a love for working with Wood, in various forms, and also a fairly good imagination for developing different items! I just love spending time in my workshop, and often some really fun craft items get produced!  Items range between £6 and £20 so all affordable!

I’ve been making some gift sets with a selection of bird feeders , which would make lovely and unusual Mother’s Day gifts.”






Next event…the Spring craft fair at St. Peters Church, Sudbury

Posted by Kylie Sparkes on Tuesday 5th March 2019