Announcement Hello there, thank you for stopping by! My name is Julie and I love sewing and making items for you, your home, your family and friends. I hope you enjoy browsing my store, some of the items I make are here but as I do many craft fairs, not all items get the chance to be listed! Please see my Blog for regular updates on new items http://forgetmenotcrafts114.blogspot.co.uk FB/forgetmenotcrafts114 @FMNCrafts Also, please visit my other Etsy shop for miniature dolls house food :) www.forgetmenotminis.etsy.com. Thank you, have a great day.
Hello there, thank you for stopping by! My name is Julie and I love sewing and making items for you, your home, your family and friends. I hope you enjoy browsing my store, some of the items I make are here but as I do many craft fairs, not all items get the chance to be listed! Please see my Blog for regular updates on new items http://forgetmenotcrafts114.blogspot.co.uk FB/forgetmenotcrafts114 @FMNCrafts Also, please visit my other Etsy shop for miniature dolls house food :) www.forgetmenotminis.etsy.com. Thank you, have a great day.
Frank Grunwald on Dec 4, 2016
Very nice handcraft and very good customer service. I can only recommend this etsy seller.
Denise Barry on Jul 2, 2015
Beautiful piece of handwork! I simply love it-please make me a companion piece! Thank you Denise Barry
How it all began...
I actually started my working career following my passion for swimming. I qualified to be a Swimming Teacher as soon as I was 18 and professed in it for over 20 years. I also qualified as a Swimming Tutor, meaning I ran courses to teach people how to become Swimming Teachers. I did that for around 13 years, which I loved. However, things change...
I also helped my husband run his business in making and supplying collectable dolls house furniture and accessories, which ran for over 25 years called Forget-Me-Not Miniatures. During that time I made miniature food as well as other crafted items until the business ceased/my husband retired in 2014.
FMN Crafts evolved around the time of change and is still evolving now. As well as working like a lunatic around the sewing machine, I am a wife, a daughter and a God-mum and if I had any spare time, I would spend it reading with a good cuppa... I am ambitious, committed and dedicated to my work, I make high quality items that I hope is reflected here and as well as selling online, I also exhibit at Craft and Gift fairs around Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. Please take a look around and I hope to do business with you soon. Thanks for reading!
I am a 40-ish year old wife, God-Mum, daughter, sister and crafts-person from England, UK. I just love making things! I hope you like my Etsy site. Have a nice day. x
Accepted payment methods
If you change your mind about purchasing an item or items after committing, please let me know why and I will honor the 7 day 'cooling off period' known in business. If you have paid and I have not yet sent you the package, don't worry, I will give you a refund if I feel it's a genuine enough reason. If I have sent it off to you already, I will give you a 'credit note' and ask you to return the item unopened (I will not pay return postage costs) then you can choose a different item from my store to use your credit note on. Fair enough? Please think of this before making your choice and committing.
PLEASE NOTE: The fee you will see on the postage stamp of your parcel is JUST for the postage, and does not include the cost of the packaging materials I use. My P&P charges reflect the fact that postage costs are quite high right now and that I have to estimate how much the packaging will cost per item(s). If, after wrapping and posting, the charge you paid was excessive without reason, I will refund you the difference. I have never, and never will, profit from packaging and postage costs. Any queries, just ask.
Refunds and Exchanges
See the Payment section for further details on refunds.
Additional policies and FAQs
Q: Are they really your own ideas? A: Yes they are! Well, I say that, I did not invent, say, the make-up bag, but I have planned and designed my own style of make-up bag...I think you know what I mean. I get inspiration from life, my families, houses, the great outside, TV, shops, magazines and the internet and I add my own details or take elements away, but sometimes the ideas just pop into my head. Rest assured my items are not copied from anyone else's plans.
Q: How do you package your items to post? A: CAREFULLY! Particularly the breakable/fragile items, of course. Others are packed very well, either in crush resistant boxes, bubble bags or plastic coated bags. I have seen parcels thrown around and I do NOT want anything breaking or damaged in transit. Parcels often have 'Fragile' labels on them, even if they're not, just to give the 'posty' the heads-up.