Steph Norwood's Profile

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Since I was little I've always love making things with my hands. Then, a few years ago, when I started as a student and released I had no money, I decided to use my passion for crafts to make presents for my friends and family. One day someone suggested that I could sell my creations on Etsy and I haven't been able to keep away since!

I run my shop whist also working full time for my PhD in Biology from The University of Cambridge. This is often quite time-demanding so my shop tends to be quite small, but everything in it is made with love and care. I love using bright colours that stand out, creating unique and individual pieces. I use polymer clay in many of my pieces as I love the diversity of colours you can create with this versatile medium.

My inspiration comes from everything around me, I love to look at a things and think '…

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  • Joined February 1, 2012

About

Since I was little I've always love making things with my hands. Then, a few years ago, when I started as a student and released I had no money, I decided to use my passion for crafts to make presents for my friends and family. One day someone suggested that I could sell my creations on Etsy and I haven't been able to keep away since!

I run my shop whist also working full time for my PhD in Biology from The University of Cambridge. This is often quite time-demanding so my shop tends to be quite small, but everything in it is made with love and care. I love using bright colours that stand out, creating unique and individual pieces. I use polymer clay in many of my pieces as I love the diversity of colours you can create with this versatile medium.

My inspiration comes from everything around me, I love to look at a things and think 'How could I make this into art or jewellery?' 'How can I adapt this and make it mine?' I love to travel as well and much of my inspiration comes from this.

Recycling and upcycling is also something I enjoy and I'm currently working on a new line of eco-friendly jewellery and crafts. This is an area where I can really let my creative side go and see art in everyday things we often throw away.

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