It’s most certainly butterfly season, and fluttering into my shop are a whole host of vibrantly coloured winged lovelies excited to find a new home (you might spot a few dragonflies in there too)! All handmade in the UK by … Continue reading
Get your hands on beautiful real flower jewellery, lovingly handmade in the UK, with this very generous offer from the lovely folk at Etsy! Create your free account and receive £5 off your first order. You could even choose something … Continue reading
This super gorgeous necklace is up for grabs!
Even though it doesn’t quite look like spring out there (are we sure it’s not October?), I’m having an end of spring sale (very much need to clear some space in my stock box for lots of new and exciting … Continue reading
If you, or someone you know, is getting married this year why not create the perfect memento with real flower jewellery made from wedding flowers? Bouquets and table/room decorations can all be transformed into jewellery to keep forever. I pressed … Continue reading
Fancy getting your hands on this little beauty? It’s a real blossom flower set into resin and suspended from an antique bronze chain. Very vintage… Check out the give-away on my Facebook page for a chance to win!
My goal this year is to increase my reach on Facebook and gain a whopping total 1000 (gulp) likers! Cripes. I’ve realised that one of the best, and quickest, ways to do this is to offer a give-away (I know, … Continue reading
Mother’s Day in the UK is fast approaching. The 30th March 2014 is the day when we are all asked to remember our devoted mums. Ok, so it’s another commercialised occasion which sometimes feels forced upon us but, when they … Continue reading
Another happy stroll through the wonders of Folksy via Pinterest. This time to visit our winged friends! Oh, to fly away right now… (This image courtesy of Alexia Claire: http://folksy.com/items/4364208-Pocket-mirror-Barn-Owl)
So, 14th Feb. The only day of the year when you should tell somebody you love them. Otherwise, keep shtum, keep them guessing, keep them on their toes. Well, obviously none of that is true (it had better not be!) … Continue reading