A directory of Artists and Designers within East lothian
These cheeky monkeys, made from a pair of socks, make great travelling companions and mascots!
Designmetheworld creates greeting cards, postcards, paintings and laser-cut decorations, these are all animal themed from Zoo’s to seaside birds! Check out her Facebook page and the buy page of her website.
Lovely seaside creations all made from materials that are locally sourced. As no bit of driftwood, stone or sea glass is the same, every piece is individual. Check out the range on the Facebook page and Website.
Eve Smith of Silvermeadows jewellery – Eve Smith is an East Lothian Jeweller who has a studio at Cockenzie House & Gardens. Each of her stunning pieces is unique and created all by hand. Check out her Facebook page, Flickr feed and Etsy shop for some great images of her work and making process.
E.S images are amazing animal portraits by a very talented 19 year old. Everything from horses to pooches, get your orders in to have your beloved animal drawn in a one of a kind illustration. This cute Yorkshire Terrier was a commission.
Wendy of Unique Shabby Chic refurbishes furniture, recycles where possible and decorates the pieces to make them shine again. Wendy creates other decorations and gifts such as these love heart decorations!
Sheila makes lariat necklaces, macramé bracelets with plated silver charms and sterling silver earrings with glass beads. She also created mixed media seascape pictures. Check out her beautiful work on her website and Facebook page.
Shon of Kiwiscot Creations paints watercolours and makes bead jewellery. Some of her atmospheric paintings below:
Varieties of delicious and inviting cupcakes made by Louise , which will tempt even the modest of sweet tooth. Louise can also to provide cupcake classes to teach you how to make, bake and create. Yummy! Check out more creations on Facebook.
Sara describes her work as ‘sewing new life into recycled fabric!’
She makes ‘fabric bags, Christmas decorations, tag blankets, brooches, tooth fairy cushions, hair bobbles and other little bits & bobs!’
Caroline creates products made from Scotland’s very own Harris Tweed. From cute chicken doorstops to tea cosies. Check out her products on her website.
Hand made wooden products, including trivets, tables and book ends. Check out the website.
Spice pots are little pots of authentic spice blends to make cooking a curry from scratch a doddle. A really great curry with less effort. They also sell Masala Chai blend so you can make chai at home. Check out this great idea on the website and Facebook page.
Lovely hand carved slate coasters, trivets, cheese boards, message boards and place names. Lots of different designs available,knots, leaves, sheep, cows, stags – you name it ! Check out these beautiful slate products on etsy.
Toatie Tablet does what it says on the tin! Small and delicious bite sized pieces of tablet, nicely presented in gift bags and boxes for that special gift to yourself or a loved one!
Jane from Bramble Moss make items handcrafted from nature, as well as a number of nature-themed gift wrapping items. She is a new buissiness and currently setting up her social media – Watch this space!
Two recently graduated students from ECA will be sharing a table at the event.
More info on their work soon!
RNLI Gift Wrapping table, bring along your gifts and get them wrapped for you while you shop!
Home Energy Scotland – Learn about how to make and keep your home warmer and save energy around the home. They will also be bringing their information on composting and the real nappy project! heck out their website. Freebies include: tv powerdowns, shower timers, room thermometers!
Tis the season to be jolly come and construct some fresh foliage and holly!
On the 21st Redhouse Garden Centre will be running a fabulous garland making workshop! Only £18 each, a great Christmas present!
Give us an email on Creativeeastl@aol.co.uk or Pop in to Redhouse Garden Centre to book your space!
Join the event on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/events/369384139864279/