Sapphire Guild Member Features April 2020 Part 1

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Welcome to another week at the Professional Crafters Guild.

Every week we showcase seven of our fabulous Sapphire Level Guild Members.

Spratt’s Designs

The home of a variety of handcrafted items. From Stencils to Dragons to Watering-Can Sun-Catchers. A website, to see, and buy magical and lovingly made creations by me Sarah Spratt founder of Spratt’s Designs.

Visit the Spratt’s Designs Guild Page


T2Kreations

T2Kreations design and produce laser cut, engraved, hand finished, personalised products from materials such as Wood, Acrylic, Slate & more. Items are suitable as personalised gifts and business branding merchandise, great for thanking customers, Expo give aways, promotions and more with items themed for your business that can even be made exclusively for you with your logo.

Visit the T2Kreations Guild Page


Blackberry Wedding Designs & Keepsakes

Unique and Personalised Bridal Keepsakes. Range includes Wedding Horseshoes, Lucky Spoons and Rolling Pins, Bridal Hearts and now Birth/Christening Baby Heart Plaques. Each item is made using the finest quality sycamore or beech and arel embellished with ribbons and satin ribbon rosebuds to suit the wedding colours or to your own choice.

Visit the Blackberry Wedding Designs & Keepsakes Guild Page


Silver Sensations

Beautiful high quality Sterling Silver & semi precious gemstone jewellery – Handmade necklaces, bracelets, earrings, pendants & Pearls/Bridal jewellery. Fashion jewellery, friendship bracelets, Kumihimo seed bead bracelets.

Visit the Silver Sensations Guild Page


K.D Jewellery

Handmade Macrame Jewellery and Accessories including: Bracelets, Watches, Necklaces, Rings, Earrings, Keyrings and Bag Charms

Visit the K.D Jewellery Guild Page


Gert Lush Designs

Unique & Limited Edition Hand Made Jewellery, Bags, Home Decor & Artwork.

Visit the Gert Lush Designs


Wrapped in Colour

I knit and design shawls, and scarves, customising them to suit people. I use mainly hand-dyed and hand-painted yarns and natural yarns ranging from cashmere, linen, to seaweed.

Visit the Wrapped in Colour Guild Page


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