I am based in the Hunter valley, I create polymer clay jewellery from my little home studio. Earrings are the base of my new and small business which will soon expand into bracelets, necklaces, tie pins and hair accessories.
Handmade, Limited Edition & One Only Jewellery Designs by Barbara Nanshe
I design one of a kind high quality pieces for well travelled, nature-inspired lovers of wearable art. Each artisan piece is designed to inspire you to rise and conquer with effortless style.
Handmade and designed in Lake Macquarie, NSW, earthenware earrings are crafted by Chloe Kincaid. With little more than a pasta machine, polymer clay and the desire to create something special, earthenware earrings was born.
Courtney draws her inspiration from the organic forms found in nature, and is driven to create unique, sustainable and eco-friendly felted clothing and accessories.
Working with earthy stoneware clay and a range of glazes, Jacquie takes inspiration from, and captures the essence of the local region with a unique colour palette and texture that is characteristic of Leiluca.
Tea From Two Homes was created to inspire connections, with yourself and others. We believe that the perfect cup of tea needs the best balance of flavour and temperature, as well as the company of good chats or the serenity of time alone with your thoughts.
Born in Lake Macquarie, NSW during the lockdown of 2020, What Knot Macrame has become a culmination of many passions for founder Anna Asquith. As an avid fan of all things creativity and community, it has found a place in Anna’s life and heart.
I love the freedom that comes with selling my pieces and being able to travel around to different places but I especially love being able to meet new people and being able to share my passions.
Natasha is a local glass bead artist with her studio located at The Creator Incubator (15A/Clyde Street, Hamilton North). Natasha’s foray into creating glass beads began in 2007 with a beginner class at Chockadoo glass studio in Sydney. Following a move to Ireland, Natasha undertook classes with Ruzica Ruane (Cadenza Glass, Dun Laoghaire). The processContinue reading “Natasha Lenaghan”