2 year old smile ….

Metalgardenplanters Today, Easter Monday I received a message via the other side beginning with E and ending in Y … from a lovely customer who, 2 years ago ordered some bespoke planters, they took some time to make, I never heard back so wasn’t sure she was happy or not, however I wasn’t fazed as in…

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Today, Easter Monday I received a message via the other side beginning with E and ending in Y … from a lovely customer who, 2 years ago ordered some bespoke planters, they took some time to make, I never heard back so wasn’t sure she was happy or not, however I wasn’t fazed as in my experience most people forget to leave good feedback, rarely do they forget to leave feedback for a negative experience, many tell the world so I assumed all was good. 

Fast forward 2 years, to a chilled Easter Monday, and this lovely lady, Sarah, messaged me simply to say, she tried to leave feedback but couldn’t see how to do it, the remainder of her message is below (I did ask permission to post) 

“They look really fantastic, we look like we have a wildly expensive landscaped garden at a fraction of the cost!” “2 years in and these still look new. Thank you so much we are really pleased” 


So there you have it, Sarah G 2 years on and still her planters look like new. 

Winter is slowing creeping away as Spring gathers pace

Metal street planter Budapest I have to confess the weather of  late has been confusing, from a cloud burst of snow one afternoon, clear blue skies followed less than 24 hours later, chasing its tail the howling gales and flash floods across the country, it’s cold enough to be winter, but the bright blue skies suggest a different story. 

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Metal street planter Budapest

I have to confess the weather of  late has been confusing, from a cloud burst of snow one afternoon, clear blue skies followed less than 24 hours later, chasing its tail the howling gales and flash floods across the country, it’s cold enough to be winter, but the bright blue skies suggest a different story. 

Meet the Sellers x 3!

people meeting in cafe Helloooo and welcome to my first Blog! *nervous laughter* My name is Buffy aka The Twisted Felter and today I met up with some fellow Artists from The British Craft House selling platform.

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people meeting in cafe

Helloooo and welcome to my first Blog! *nervous laughter* My name is Buffy aka The Twisted Felter and today I met up with some fellow Artists from The British Craft House selling platform.

Gold and Red Radiance

red and gold radiance hair comb I was out on a trail one day when I came across a wonderful Cotoneaster plant cascading over the ground with it’s scarlet leaves and berries. It was quite a sight!The image stuck with me and developed over time into a vibrant piece of bridal jewellery.

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red and gold radiance hair comb

I was out on a trail one day when I came across a wonderful Cotoneaster plant cascading over the ground with it’s scarlet leaves and berries. It was quite a sight!

The image stuck with me and developed over time into a vibrant piece of bridal jewellery.

Welcome!

Me! I just thought whilst I was photographing, listing, measuring and generally sorting what planters and window boxes I have made it would be a nice idea to introduce myself properly. This is my world of Metal Garden Planters. 

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Me!

I just thought whilst I was photographing, listing, measuring and generally sorting what planters and window boxes I have made it would be a nice idea to introduce myself properly. 

This is my world of Metal Garden Planters. 

Jewellery by Camilla

Hello my name is Camilla, a bit of background on how I started making Jewellery.I took up knitting and crocheting when I was a child, and I have always loved making things. As time went by I put my artistic leanings to one side and chose a career in computers, and later went on to…

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Hello my name is Camilla, a bit of background on how I started making Jewellery.

I took up knitting and crocheting when I was a child, and I have always loved making things. As time went by I put my artistic leanings to one side and chose a career in computers, and later went on to raise a family. My children have now grown up and no longer need my time, so I decided seven years ago to return to my creative side, and began making jewellery – using my knitting and crocheting skills to make a different type of Jewellery.

I love to create new ways of using different threads, wire and beads and to juxtapose different colours in my jewellery. Choosing colour combinations is exciting as well as therapeutic. Inspiration comes from all around me, whether I’m walking through the woods and fields, by the sea, with my dogs, down the high street, through the shops, or looking at the new season’s clothes.

I took up Japanese Braiding (Kumihimo) five years ago to add to my jewellery skills. This offers another way of using different textured threads and beads, adding a vast array of techniques and colour combinations to create interesting pieces of jewellery. The colours and effects are endless.

In 2016 I got excepted by the Surrey Guild of Craftsmen, to become a Member and to sell my Jewellery through their Gallery, which I was thrilled about.

Everything I make is a one-off and is never repeated, each piece is unique to the person who buys it.


From Paper Dolls to Soutache Jewellery

Hi, I’m Molly of MollyG Designs. I hope you enjoy reading about how my creative life started and brought me here. I’ve recently moved back to the home I grew up in with my husband and daughter and am now lucky enough to have a small room of my own for my sewing. 

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Hi, I’m Molly of MollyG Designs. I hope you enjoy reading about how my creative life started and brought me here. I’ve recently moved back to the home I grew up in with my husband and daughter and am now lucky enough to have a small room of my own for my sewing.