Handmade Crafts at Wallababies

We love supporting other small independant businesses at Wallababies and we have a selection of local handmade artists who sell their wares through our shop.
Sparkly & Co is owned by the lovely Rachel and she makes glorious children's clothing, CSP's, baby wipes, face masks and the most comfortable pants that you will ever wear!
We always have a vast selection of her goodies in store and online but you can also shop via her website or Etsy.
Welcome To Sparkly & Co (sparklyandco.co.uk)
Cloth menstrual pads comfy knickers and reusables. by SparklynCo (etsy.com)
Fuzzy Rah is the colourful pom pom business owned by Sarah (co-owner of Wallababies). She makes a fabulous selection of fuzzy yarn creations from garlands and bags to hair accessories and keyrings.
She has a display at Wallababies and you can also order via her Etsy.
Sam Currie is an artist and card maker who can also be seen working in the Wallababies shop! She designs family portraits, cards and artwork all with a quirky and contempory feel.
Here is a link to her Etsy but a large selection of cards are available in store.
TheHappyPlaceCardArt on Etsy
Lisa Davies is a local artist from Frimley, Surrey and we have a selection of her mugs, coasters, money boxes, bags and plaques in the shop.

'I have always been very passionate about painting and drawing from a very young age. I used to love looking through picture books as a child and dreamed of being the person who drew the pictures....that passion remains with me to this day.' Lisa Davies

Fun quirky gift products and greetings cards by LisaDaviesArt (etsy.com)
Mark Laird is a glass fusing and jewellery artist from Camberley, Surrey. He enjoys specialising in one off unique pieces, and works with a range of materials including lampwork glass and fused glass.
He also runs workshops to teach others the joys of fused and lampworked glass.
Details can be found via his website.
Workshops (hazelhouse.co.uk)
Caroline's Creations makes delightful bath time goodies and body products. We currently have a selection of quirky soaps and lip balms in store but hopefully soon Caroline will also be offering workshops making bath bombs and soaps!!
Until then check out her Facebook for more info.
Carolines Creations | Facebook
The lovely Cathryn started SustainaBeads with stackable bracelets that are handmade from sustainably sourced reclaimed beads. Upcycled from jewellery that may have otherwise gone into landfill, these beautiful bracelets are made from gemstone, glass, wood or vintage plastic beads.
She also has a range of earrings, necklaces and vintage jewellery and offers a recycling service for unwanted or broken treasures.
Sustainable jewellery beautifully upcycled in the by SustainaBeads (etsy.com)
We also have a selection of other handmade goodies in the shop including button art, handmade cards, crayons and personalised pictures.