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Once Upon A Time
I guess it all started when I was a kid and my mum taught me to knit, but that all went away through being in school and other things.
But I guess I got back into being creative through my art classes in my last two years of school. After high school I was to attend college to study photography. It was during my time in college that I branched out into jewellery making and then it all started tumbling into any other craft that took my interest.
Due to personal circumstances I had quite a lot of spare time on my hands and found that all sorts of crafts fill that empty time.
I knit, crochet, make jewellery, sew, dye wool and fiber, spin my own wool, do a little weaving, take photos, upcycle a number of different items, and occasionally draw (I'm sure I'm missing out a few others).
I think crafting is a great way to spend some of your free time and its also something that can engage people in conversation because they are curious as to what you are making.
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Or even follow me on instagram (youl get some random photos from my life): http://instagram.com/littlebeekirsty
Or you can check out my blog: http://littlebee-kirsty.blogspot.co.uk/
If you have any questions, please feel free to send me a wee message
Owner, Maker, Designer, Photography, Jewellery Maker, Knitter, Crochet-er, Spinner
My name is Kirsty and I am from a town quite close to Glasgow in Scotland. I have been crafting in my spare time for a good 6 years now. But I've always been creative since the first time I picked up knitting needles when my mum taught me as a child.
Jewellery making became the new way to pass time when the weather was to horrible to go out and take new photographs.
Since that summer I have been making jewellery for friends and family, and even took part in a craft fair in my home town.
I have made so many pieces that they are taking over my room and wish to sell them on, so people everywhere can have something beautiful and unique to show off to there friends and family or even buy as a present for a loved one.
When ordering new beads, I never buy in bulk, this is so i can keep my jewellery a one-off individual piece when being designed and created.
My photographs are taken around my home town, as well as Glasgow and Edinburgh. Subject matter varries greatly, as does the method of taking the photograph. Whether digitally or on film. I own the copyright of all my images.
Accepted payment methods
Or small parcel signed for £4.10 (depends on the items size and weight)
Outside the UK - USA and Rest Of world will be sent International Signed for which for both will be £7.90