From the fertile imagination of Bigbyrd Design comes an array of wonderful items made from repurposed materials, such as electronic parts, circuit boards, computer keyboards and wood. Creations include jewellery, clocks and toys, and the results are fun, unique and make fantastically quirky gifts!
Paul is visiting the Makers Market from The Lothians, so we are very pleased that he is able to come to Fife and take part in the INVERKEITHING FESTIVE MAKERS MARKET on Saturday 12th December, 11AM – 4.30PM, Inverkeithing Civic Centre, Queen Street, KY11 1PA.
From the fertile imagination of Bigbyrd Designs comes an array of wonderful items created from repurposed materials, including old electronic parts such as circuit boards and computer keyboards. From jewellery to clocks, the results are fun, unique and very appealing!
Bigbyrd Designs will have a stall at Inverkeithing Arts Initiative’s forthcoming Art & Craft Market, The ART:JAM, being held on Saturday 12th September 2015, 11am-4.30pm at Inverkeithing Civic Centre, Queen Street, Inverkeithing, KY11 1PA
Boxoftrix handmakes unique and exquisite embroidered framed art, textile jewellery and accessories made from recycled wool blankets, vintage crochet, old denim jeans, and many of the pieces are embellished and hand embroidered. As well as fabric items Boxoftrix make greetings cards and paper bunting from recycled maps and sheet music.
“I like to recycle as much as possible in my work to keep costs low, benefiting everyone. I am just a small creative business making whatever I take a notion to do and reusing and repurposing what I have.”
We’re delighted to welcome Boxofrix to our ART:JAM on Saturday 12th September at Inverkeithing Civic Centre.
Visitors will find lots of fantastically creative handmade items made from repurposed and found materials at the ART:JAM Art & Craft Market on 12th September.
Tubular gives tyre inner tubes a great new lease of life by fashioning them into fun and funky jewellery, toys and housewares. 11am-4.30pm, Inverkeithing Civic Centre, KY11 1AU
At the ART:JAM Art & Craft Market on Saturday 12th September 11am-4.30pm there will be free creative activities for children, based on recycling, up-cycling and repurposing materials to make something new, led by volunteer local artists. You’ll find these on the stage of the hall at Inverkeithing Civic Centre.
The wonderful Ann’s Doodles will also be providing colouring sheets of her beautiful intricate drawings for members of the public to have a go at colouring themselves. Colouring sheets and pencils and pens will be available at the children’s creative activities area on the stage.
There will also be a special table for grown ups to have a go at colouring, with Ann on hand to give expert hints and tips. Be warned – mindful colouring is so enjoyable it becomes difficult to stop!
Serenity creates unique candle lamps using repurposed glass vessels. These small, medium and large-scale lamps give a pleasing glow and serene ambience to any setting. Serenity also creates handcrafted silver, pearl and gemstone jewellery.
Visitors to the ART:JAM on 12th September at Inverkeithing Civic Centre are invited to join taster sessions in the process involved to make mini versions of these lovely lamps.
Serenity will be running classes at the Fire Station Creative in Dunfermline on Thursday 3rd September 10am-noon, and at their Dunfermline studio on Saturday 5th September 10am-noon:
“Turn unwanted glass items into unique candleholders. The process is simple and requires no previous craft experience” The 2-hour workshops cost £25, including materials. E-mail Serenity to book