Thursday, 27 May 2010

Thank you from CraftsforCharity - Part 2

It has been 2 weeks since I launched the CraftsforCharity crafts directory and so far we have all raised £84 for charity plus £11.28 gift aid. There are now 15 artists and crafters listed in the directory which is fantastic!

As requested by fellow crafters I have also added two more charities to the directory this week, The Royal Marsden Cancer Campaign and The Great Ormond Street Hospital. Since which I have already been contacted by the Business manager at Great Ormond Street as he was interested in what I was doing!

One of the lovely things about doing this directory is that I get to have a good look at your websites and all your lovely crafts. So this is 'part 2' of the thank you's for those lovely crafters who have included their details in my new craft directory.

Crafts Directory Thank you
To welcome the latest listings since my last blog I would like to say a massive Hi and Thank you to the following:

The first thank you goes to Aviya Glass and their unique hand-crafted fused glass jewellery and art made by Terry in Kent UK. From dichroic glass rings and necklaces to glass picture, sun-catchers and glass art, there is something for everyone on her website.

The second thank you goes to Moonbeam Mosaics and her beautiful array of hand-crafted mosaic art. Using a variety of media including stained glass, glass tiles, glass nuggets and vintage pottery, she produces unique designs including mosaic mirrors, photo frames and wall art.

The third thank you goes to Tiny Oyster Designs who make plush toys for both children and adults, all available from her Etsy shop. From unique kooky creatures including the Patchimals to Patchimal fridge magnets..they have got to be seen and custom orders are welcome!

The fourth thank you goes to What the Jackdaw Saw and the fine art photography by the young British photographer Louise Knight-Richardson. If you want a piece of art that is guaranteed to make you smile and remind you of how beautiful the world is look in her Etsy shop!

The fifth thank you goes to Jewellery by Mia and her beautiful collections of handmade silver jewellery. Mia also offers fingerprint jewellery, preserving your little ones or loved ones fingerprint forever in handmade silver fingerprint jewellery.

Hopefully, I have now caught up with all the Thank You's but if I have missed anyone out, please shout at me!

Please also keep spreading the word and if anyone has an enquiry as a direct result of the directory, please let me know and I will make an effort to do a special blog post about it!
Mick

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