Say hello to…… Caleigh-ill

Today we welcome another Fairy Tale Fair newbie, which we are super excited about- Caleigh-ill! We LOVE her creations and we think you will too! Find out more about her and her wonderful creations…

Tell us a bit about you and what you do/ make….

I’m Caleigh Illerbrun (aka Caleigh-ill…). I’m originally from Canada, having moved over to the UK 6 years ago. And I do a lot of drawing/painting.. which I put onto various products. I also paint custom things, such as my ‘Russian Owls’.

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How long have you been making your craft items?

I have been creating and making for all my life but only started to sell my creations properly upon being inspired by all the lovely crafty-ness going on in Brighton.

Do you have a best seller? If so what is it? And do you have some special festive items planned to sell?

By far my best selling is the ‘A Chase’ design on coasters. They are a limited edition of 50 sets total and I am quickly nearing the end of their run. View here.

I don’t normally do festive items, but this year I’m hoping to get some holiday gift tags featuring the ‘Nakkid Owls’ http://www.caleigh-ill.com/nakkidowls.html

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What do you enjoy most about your craft?

I enjoy the process of creating the most. I feel that I would always be creating something no matter what, even if I did not have an outlet to sell my products through and even if my creations never saw the light of day.
I also enjoy seeing people’s reactions to my work at markets and fairs.

Do you take part in other craft events (fairs, open houses, markets etc…)?

I have done other markets in other cities, but Brighton is by far my favorite. The community of crafters and customers is the best of anywhere I’ve been.

My website has all my confirmed upcoming Markets this Christmas: http://www.caleigh-ill.com/

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What are your plans/ ambitions for the future? Or have you already achieved them?

I’m happy with the place I’m at right now with my artwork and products; there is of course always room for growth and I’d love to be in a position to not need a full time job.

Sum up what Christmas is to you in 5 words or less!:

Delicious food with family.

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Any other comments you wish to make:

There’s always time to eat cake.

Link to your site/ blog/ social accounts:

http://www.caleigh-ill.com/
https://www.facebook.com/caleighill.art
http://www.behance.net/caleigh-ill
http://instagram.com/caleigh_ill/
https://www.etsy.com/uk/people/caleighill
https://twitter.com/caleigh_ill

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Say hello to…Anna’s Drawing Room

Today we are excited to introduce Anna’s Drawing Room who we are excited to have at The Fairy Tale Fair on November 16th! A regular on the Brighton craft scene, yet this is her first Fairy Tale Fair, so we hope she has a magical day… find out all about her wonderful nature inspired drawings…

Tell us a bit about you and what you do/ make…

I draw and make prints and cards inspired by nature, usually featuring birds, bugs and plants.

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How long have you been making your craft items?

I have drawn and painted as long as I can remember, and the prints etc began 2 years ago.

Do you have a best seller? If so what is it? And do you have some special festive items planned to sell?

My best seller is the owl flying on a green background, and yes I will have Christmas cards and gifts for sale.

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What do you enjoy most about your craft?

Watching as a line becomes an image on a page. Always learning something.

Do you take part in other craft events (fairs, open houses, markets etc…)?

Yes, this year I exhibited with Maker’s Boutique on the seafront and Brunswick Town Art Fair. Events this autumn/winter include Brighton Craft Fair, We Made This Market, Bartie’s Boutique and Jessie Jumbles Marvellous Christmas Market.

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What are your plans/ ambitions for the future? Or have you already achieved them?

I have a long way to go yet to achieve my ambitions. Who knows how long it will take but I am going in the right direction! I hope to make great progress in the next few years, and spend more time trying new techniques including fabric and pattern design.

Sum up what Christmas is to you in 5 words or less!:

Home, Love, Family, Food, Decorations!

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Any other comments you wish to make:

I am really looking forward to participating in my first Fairytale Fair. I came as a visitor in the summer and thought is was great.

Link to your site/ blog/ social accounts:
annasdrawingroom.co.uk 

facebook.com/AnnasDrawingRoom

twitter.com/AnnasDrawing
pinterest.com/annasdrawing
etsy.com.shop/annasdrawingroom

Say Hello To…Shark Alley

Today we say hello to Sarah of Shark Alley and her wonderful resin jewellery creations and cute otters! We look forward to welcoming her back to the Fairy Tale Fair. Find out more about her…

“I put a lot of care into each piece and make sure they are finished to a high standard.  I love selling to lovely customers too – the positive feedback makes it all worth while.” -Sarah, Shark Alley

Tell us a bit about you and what you do/ make….

I make jewellery from recycled materials, Japanese papers, resin and sterling silver. I really enjoy sewing too, so I also make purses decorated with original animal designs as well as some very popular hand-sewn otters!

I trained as an illustrator, but eventually grew tired of working digitally on things I didn’t enjoy.  I am so much happier working with my hands and creating beautiful things.

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How would you describe your style?

My style is inspired by colour, pattern and, most importantly, animals.  I have loved nature and natural forms since I was a child and they continue to fascinate and inspire me.  I also like a good graphic shape, so all of these ideas get thrown into the Shark Alley pot.

How long have you been making your craft items?

Since January 2010, but I have been crafting since childhood.

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Do you have a best seller? If so what is it?

It really depends on the event, but the little mixed-media hare brooches are very popular.  The leaping hare & star necklaces and the fox print (which appears on my purses as well as being available as a large print) are also big favourites.

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What do you enjoy most about your craft?

I have gone from being an under-confident, struggling illustrator to a happy designer-maker.  I have so many ideas to make and get out there! Once the initial designing and trial-runs are done, I love the making process the best.  I put a lot of care into each piece and make sure they are finished to a high standard.  I love selling to lovely customers too – the positive feedback makes it all worth while.

Do you take part in other craft events (fairs, open houses, markets etc…)?

I take part in lots of different craft fairs and markets, mostly in London and the South.  If I can get to it easily on public transport with my heavy suitcase (‘The Beast’) then I’ll give it a go! I also exhibit in the Brighton Festival Open Houses.

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What are your plans/ ambitions for the future? Or have you already achieved them?

I’d like to be able to devote myself purely to Shark Alley, get more media coverage and make my living entirely from it.  I’d also like to get into products that feature my designs, but that I don’t have to make entirely by hand.

You have previously taken part in The Fairy Tale Fair. Did you enjoy the day?

I enjoyed the day very much.  Claire had put in such an admirable amount of hard work and there were lots of lovely little touches to welcome stallholders on the day.

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Find out More:

Web: www.sharkalley.co.uk

Facebook: www.facebook.com/SharkAlley

Blog: http://sharkalleyjewellery.blogspot.co.uk/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/shark_alley

Say Hello To…I Drew This

We are excited to welcome back a Fairy Tale Fair regular, Ilona Drew and her fabulous illustrated greeting cards! After recently exhibiting at Progresive Greetings live in London she has had great feedback and success on her designs, but she has still made time to fit out fair in! Find out more…

“I enjoy the  freedom to create what I want and then get amazing feedback.”– Ilona, I Drew This

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Tell us a bit about you and what you do/ make….

I design and illustrate greeting cards. I have now designed for the high street for 10 years and am currently concentrating on my card work although many other exciting projects in the pipe line.

How would you describe your style?

Uplifting and happy!

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How long have you been making your craft items?

I have been working on my cards for just over a year.

Do you have a best seller? If so what is it?

certain designs are coming up as most popular, my umami heart, little tweets balloons and my mischief dino boy!

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What do you enjoy most about your craft?

The freedom to create what I want and then get amazing feedback.

Do you take part in other craft events (fairs, open houses, markets etc…)?

I have just got back from my first trade show PG Live in London which was a huge success.

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What are your plans/ ambitions for the future? Or have you already achieved them?

I have so many, to expand my card range and work on lots more exciting projects designing many other items/maybe a book. I have made whales in the past and there are some more of these on the way too.

You have previously taken part in The Fairy Tale Fair. Did you enjoy the day?

I have been lucky enough to have taken part in 3 Fairy Tale fairs now and I just love them, claire works her A** off doing tons of fab promoting and there is always a great buzz.

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Find out more about Ilona:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ilonadrewthis
Blog: www.ilonadrewthis.blogspot.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/ilonadrewthis

1 Day To Go Until The Fairy Tale Fair!!!

Where has this week gone! Just 1 day to go- The Fairy Tale Fair is tomorrow!!

1 day to go, and reason 1 to visit our fair: Unique, handmade crafts- made with love by local makers!

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to buy one off handmade creations from local makers. These are items you won’t find on the high street and are completely individual. It is great if lots of you could come along and support the local makers who have worked hard to make lots of lovely creations for you to buy at our fair.

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Cards, prints, jewellery, accessories, candles, vintage items, bags, purses, kids accessories, badges, mirrors, mosaics, felt creations, glassware, original artwork, knitted items, teddy bears, cute creations and much more! We’ve got something for everyone!

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Find us at Patcham Methodist Church, Ladies Mile Road, Brighton. Open from 10.30am. View full contact details here.

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Say Hello To…I Like CATS

We first met Toby from I like CATS at our last Fairy Tale Fair, and we are lucky enough to have him back again for lots of cute crafty cat-y-ness!

I loved The Fairy Tale Fair! It was a great atmosphere all day, lots of amazing sellers, lots to do and lots of cake!”- Toby

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Remind us a bit about you and what you do/ make….
My name is Toby Oliver Dean and I like CATS. I make a variety of knitted accessories, hand drawn jewellery, handmade purses and illustrated cards and gifts, all featuring the cutest of cats. Meow!

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Do you have a best seller? If so what is it?
My hand drawn rings and earrings always go down well! A bright happy and cute treat that can be worn anytime anywhere!

What do you enjoy most about your craft?
Having an excuse to Google ‘kittens in a basket’ all day long…

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Do you take part in other craft events (fairs, open houses, markets etc…)?
We’re lucky there’s lots of great craft fairs throughout the year in Brighton! I enjoy selling at Craftaganza amongst others. I’m also online on Etsy too.

What items and Mother’s day/ Easter gifts will you be selling at The Fairy Tale Fair?
My handmade purses and zippers would make such a wonderfully cute gift, or a set of my postcard prints, which are the perfect size for framing. Plus I have lots of new greetings card designs, many which would be perfect for Mother’s Day.

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You took part in the last Fairy Tale Fair, did you enjoy it?
I loved it! It was a great atmosphere all day, lots of amazing sellers, lots to do and lots of cake!

What are your plans/ ambitions for the future? Or have you already achieved them?
Cats for all!

Any other comments you wish to make:
Meow >’-‘<

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Find out more:
i-like-cats.co.uk
 |  Buy online: tobyoliverdean.etsy.com

We look forward to welcoming Toby again on Saturday the 9th of March!

Say Hello To…The Card Tree

Today we meet a new seller to The Fairy Tale Fair- The Card Tree and her wonderful whimsical creations that couldn’t be more suited for our fair!

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“Illustration is just so versatile; I love seeing them printed on objects that people can see and appreciate every day…”– Giulia

Tell us a bit about you and what you do/ make….

My name is Giulia; I am and artist -Illustrator. I love painting and drawing children illustrations. I also work on conceptual – figurative watercolors and paintings.

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How would you describe your style?

My illustrations style is colorful, happy, child like, quirky, magical, fairy like, cute and sweet…! I paint a lot of fairies, princesses, unicorns and I love painting positive and motivational quotes to inspire children of all ages!

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How long have you been making your craft items?

I have been painting, printing and cutting for a little over five years now, and I’m loving it! I sell my artwork in my shop: http://www.thecardtree.etsy.com and in gifts shops around the country. I also work on commission and make custom made cards, stationery and paintings.

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Do you have a best seller? If so what is it?

I seem to be selling lots of my little treasure boxes and little illustrated necklaces. I also sell lots of cards and matching gift tags.

What do you enjoy most about your craft?

Illustration is just so versatile; I love seeing them printed on objects that people can see and appreciate every day, such as prints, treasure boxes, mugs, stickers, diaries and calendars.

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Do you take part in other craft events (fairs, open houses, markets etc…)?

Yes, I take part on other crafts fairs a couple of times a year, usually during summer. But this year I’m actually doing something a little bit: I’m opening my studio for two weeks during the Surrey Open Studios in June. Visitors will be able to see me at work while painting and illustrating and buy my art and my craft, as well as trying some of my homemade vegan cupcakes!

What items and Mother’s day/ Easter gifts will you be selling at The Fairy Tale Fair?

At the fair I will be selling lots of little gifts such as treasury boxes, prints, pendants, party invitations as well as cards.

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What are your plans/ ambitions for the future? Or have you already achieved them?

My dream is to work as a professional illustrator full time. I am currently working on a children’s book project, a illustrated card set and book and I am also working with some musicians for the creation for their cd covers. I recently began doing drawing for a local Magazine which I thorely enjoy.

Any other comments you wish to make:


I am so looking forward to the Fairy Fair in March! I look forward meeting all the wonderful people who are going to come thorught the door, and having a stall right at the front will allow me to welcome them in.

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My web site is www.giuliamauri.com and my blog, http://giuliamauri.blogspot.com

We look forward to welcoming The Card Tree on Saturday 9th March!

Say Hello To…I Drew This

We first met I Drew This at our last Fairy Tale Fair, and we are lucky enough to have her and her greeting cards back again.

“I think the fairy tale fairs are fantastic, a really great day and I always come away smiling, I am very happy to be there again.”– Ilona, I Drew This.

Remind us a bit about you and what you do/ make….

I illustrate greeting cards which feature fun and colourful, sometimes sentimental designs.

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Do you have a best seller? If so what is it?

My Umami range is doing ever so well along with my AAW animals especially Terry the tortoise and my Happiness range has already got off to a flying start in 2013!!

What do you enjoy most about your craft?

I love creating images which make people smile, I am a big softy at heart 🙂

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Do you take part in other craft events (fairs, open houses, markets etc…)?

This year I am doing as many small stalls as possible including hurstpierpoint and The Kemp town carnival along with doing my first trade fair PG LIve in London in May too!

What items and Mother’s day/ Easter gifts will you be selling at The Fairy Tale Fair?

I will have some small easter cards along with some super sweet cards for that special Mum.

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You took part in the last Fairy Tale Fair, did you enjoy it?

I think the fairy tale fairs are fantastic, a really great day and I always come away smiling, I am very happy to be there again.

What are your plans/ ambitions for the future?

I plan to continue designing new exciting ranges and for my cards to spread to lovely gift shops around the country.

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Find out more: www.idrewthis.co.uk and www.ilonadrewthis.blogspot.com

We look forward to welcoming Ilona back to The Fairy Tale Fair on Saturday the 9th of March!

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Over 17,000 Views

Yay! Our blog has now had over 17,000 views- not too long to 20,000 now! Not bad since May alone. Even though our latest fair is over please keep visiting our blog- we will have lots of photos from the fair, competitions, craft stories, Sussex Event updates and more!

Remember you can keep up with us on Facebook and Twitter as well!

A Festive Gift From…Little Things i Make

Today we welcome back the lovely Lucy, aka Little Things i Make. Lucy and her foxy friends took part in our last fair and as always they were a popular choice! Find out more about her foxy creations…

“My Brighton Foxy Friends & I had the best time at the last Fairy Tale Fair!!! We chomped on cake, drank gallons of tea and had our faces painted! Looking forward to even more *magical* crafty fun at this one…”- Lucy, Little Things i Make

Tell us a bit about you and what you do/ make….

Little Things i Make is the name for the whimsical creations that sprout from my imagination, weave their way through pens & pencils to create odd little doodles which somehow stitch themselves into my cheeky felt friends.

What festive gifts and creations will you be selling at The Fairy Tale Fair?

A selections of mad cap hand sewn felt creations, Illustrations & Hand Painted Tote Bags.

You took part in our last Fairy Tale Fair, did you enjoy it and did you find your creations were popular with visitors?

My Brighton Foxy Friends & I had the best time at the last Fairy Tale Fair!!! We chomped on cake, drank gallons of tea and had our faces painted! Looking forward to even more *magical* crafty fun at this one 🙂

Will you be taking part in other events over the festive period (fairs, open houses, markets etc…)?

The Little Things i Make can be found hanging out in two Brighton Christmas Open Houses: Milton House
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Plus various crafty events leading up to Chrimble!! Ho! Ho! HO!

View Little Things i Make’s blog: www.littlethingsimake.blogspot.com | Follow on  Twitter: @LucysLittles

A Festive Gift From…Claire Montgomery Design

Today we speak to Claire Montgomery Design, who is also our fair organiser. Find out more…

Tell us a bit about you and what you do/ make….

I am an illustrator and designer based in Brighton. I specialise in hand crafted collage illustrations, and create unique and often surreal work with a personal touch. I make a range of items including greeting cards, badges, cotton bags, pocket mirrors and most recently jewellery. I take part in many craft fairs across Brighton and recently had a stall at Covent Garden, London. I work in a design studio in the week full time and create my crafty creations in my spare time. I am also organsier of The Fairy Tale Fair, so busy busy!

What festive creations will you be selling at The Fairy Tale fair?

I will be selling a range of Christmas and greeting cards, many of which are hand glittered. I also will be selling my jewellery range, with the launch of some new winter designs including Daisy the Deer and Fay the Fox! My jewellery is all hand designed and then laser cut from acrylic, mirror or wood. Each piece is unique, and I sell a range of items including necklaces, earrings, charms, phone charms, brooches and more. I will also be selling laser cut, hand decorated tree decorations, badges, pocket mirrors, cotton bags, small Christmas Stockings, prints and more! Lots of gifts and stocking fillers to be found for all ages!

You took part in the last Fairy Tale Fair, did you enjoy it and did you find your creations popular with visitors?

I did (as well as organising it!). I had a great day at the last Fairy Tale Fair, it was great seeing all the other stall holders wonderful creations and lots of people turn up to make it a success. It made all the hard work worth it! I am excited about our new bigger venue and even more talented stall holders! I am also looking forward to trying some yummy cake (if I get a spare minute) and see all our workshops in action. I might even get my face painted! I hope lots of people have noticed our flyers, had one through their door, picked one up and come along on the day. This week is a lot of work on the build up to the fair, with thousands of flyers being delivered door to door, blog posts, an e-shot, final preparations etc but I just can’t wait to the day is here! IT’S GOING TO BE MAGICAL!

Will you be taking part in any other events over the Christmas period?

Yes, lots! In fact my next day off is Christmas Eve! After The Fairy Tale Fair on Saturday you can find me at:

  • Two Brighton Artists Open Houses for December- The Cake House, 37 Cleveland Road and Art @ 73 Stanmer Villas, Brighton. Both open from Sat Dec 1st, and each weekend until the 16th.
  • Makers Boutique, New Road, Brighton, Dec 1st, 11am-5pm.
  • Brighton Craftaganza- Sat 8th Dec, Fabrica Gallery, Duke Street, Brighton
  • Belle’s Christmas Market, The Brighton Centre, Central Brighton, Sat 15th Dec.
  • I will be sitting in on The Cake House Open House on Sunday 2nd Dec and Sunday 16th Dec.

Busy busy! But I enjoy the festive period and everyone buying handmade unique gifts for loved ones.

How can we find out more?

You can visit my blog for all the latest updates on my jewellery, fairs and more: www.clairemariemontgomery.wordpress.com

You can also find me on Facebook and Twitter.

Hope to see you at the Fairy Tale Fair on Saturday! Don’t miss the magic!

Photos from The Fairy Tale Fair

We now have the photos back from The Fairy Tale Fair! How exciting! See a few examples below or view them all in our ‘The Big Day’ Gallery & Slideshow! All photos taken by JenniWren Photography.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What A Day at The Fairy Tale Fair

Here are a few pics from the stalls on the day, we will have some proper photos soon but these are just quick ones we took for now…

Claire Montgomery Design

Lucy’s Little Things I Make

Jessie Jumbles

Ilona’s I Drew This

Jam and Ali from Hello DODO

The Cotton Elephant

Stiff Stitches

Clair Letton of The Cake House

Cuttlefishlove

Mayflower Events Tearoom

 

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And much much more wonderful creations…stay tuned for some proper photos soon!

 

 

 

 

 

Say Hello To…I Drew This

Today we Say Hello to I Dew This who creates wonderful greeting cards! Find out more below:

“I get to explore my creativity and am constantly growing as an artist and now business person.”- I Drew This

Tell us a bit about you and what you do/ make….
I have been working in the greeting card business for 10 years now, I worked in house for 2 publishers before going freelance in 2009. I now enjoy designing childrenwear designs too along with starting up I Drew This greeting cards.

How would you describe your style?
Fun and colourful with a cute sense of humour…I hope!!!

How long have you been making your craft items?
My cards have been selling around Brighton for 4 years now.

Do you have a best seller? If so what is it?
I don’t really have a best seller, I am lucky in that my most of my cards have been really well received by shop owners.

What do you enjoy most about your craft?
That I get to explore my creativity and am constantly growing as an artist and now business person.

Do you take part in other craft events (fairs, open houses, markets etc…)?
I have done the Brunswick festival with huge success along with a couple of local small fairs and I will be launching at PG Live next year.

What products/ items will you be selling at The Fairy Tale Fair?
Greeting cards.

What are your plans/ ambitions for the future? Or have you already achieved them?
To establish I Drew This and it to continue to be a fun and interesting way to support me and my family for a happy future.

See her website here!

We can’t wait to see all the lovely cards on the day!

Say Hello To…Claire Montgomery Design

Today we hear from Claire Montgomery Design- who is also our fair organiser. Find about more about her…

“I am most happy under a pile of paper cuttings, pens & glitter!”- Claire Montgomery

Tell us a bit about you and what you do/ make….
I am an illustrator and designer based in Brighton. I specialise in hand crafted collage illustrations, and create unique and often surreal work with a personal touch. I make a range of items including greeting cards, badges, cotton bags, pocket mirrors and most recently jewellery.

How would you describe your style?
I would describe my style as quirky, cute, creative and colourful! I like to combine traditional paper craft processes with unusual imagery and digital enhancements, to acquire a modern twist.

How long have you been making your craft items?
I graduated from uni last summer and started making my craft items just after that- so about a year now. I have always created little crafty bits for myself since I was about 5 years old but I only started selling last year. I have also just started my own jewellery range which I am very excited about! I work in a design studio in the week and create and sell my craft items at weekends & spare time.

Do you have a best seller?
My greetings cards and little badges always sell well. Everyone seems to really like my card designs and the variety of designs to choose from. I also hand glitter them to add a handcrafted touch. Small badges go really well for the children and they make perfect little gifts, they are also good value at 2 for a £1!

What do you enjoy most about your craft?
I enjoy the creativity and freedom of being able to create designs that I like and would buy. I am most happy under a pile of paper cuttings, pens & glitter! I enjoy the handmade side of my crafts and I like the sense of achievement when a piece/ design is complete. It is also great to hear lovely comments about my work at fairs and get some feedback on what I have created.

Do you take part in other craft events (fairs, open houses, markets etc…)?
Yes- I take part in many Brighton based craft events. I started last year a little local fairs and it grew from there. I still take part in small fairs but I also take part in The Brighton Craftaganza, Makers Boutique and two Artists Open Houses, which I did for Christmas 2011 and May 2012. I will be taking part in these two houses again for Christmas 2012, so don’t miss them (The Cake House & Number 73 Stanmer Villas). I also recently took part in the two day Brighton Makers Market at the Marina, which was a great couple of days!

What products/ items will you be selling at The Fairy Tale Fair?
I will be selling a range of greetings cards, my new jewellery range, badges, pocket mirrors, cotton bags (large and small), prints and more! There will be perfect gifts for everyone and it is all affordably priced.

What are your plans/ ambitions for the future?

I want to continue to grow my craft items. I am keen to develop my jewellery range and would like to expand on this and create it as a brand all of its own. I need to also set up an Etsy shop (I’m behind on this!). I also hope in the future to have my own complete range of greetings cards on sale in shops accross the UK, and I hope to exhibit at Top Drawer/ Pulse London one day.

Eventually I would love a little shop of my own in Brighton selling all my items as well as a little cafe area selling yummy cupcakes and sweet treats!

If this fair all goes well I also would be interested in event planning as I have enjoyed creating and planning for The Fairy Tale Fair from day 1! Although it has been a lot of work and has slightly taken over my life, everyone’s positive feedback and response has been great- lets just hope some of them turn up on the day!

If you want to know more you can view my Blog | Facebook | Twitter

Lets hope the fair will be a wonderful day for all and hope to see you there!

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