Meet Rhi, the maker / designer behind Lima Lima. Rhi founded Lima Lima in 2017 while she was living in Bristol, she has since moved to Swansea where she creates everything herself by hand in her home studio.
Lucy Litchfieldactively promotes a sustainable, plastic free lifestyle. The business has grown out of a lifestyle choice for Lucy and her family and a dream of a healthier world for their children. They have been living almost plastic-free for over four years and continue daily to find ways of becoming as low waste as possible.
Old Faithfulprovides natural, organic skincare & wellbeing products for men & women. Run by Gareth who develops and creates all of the Old Faithful products, Gareth is a qualified aromatherapist based in Merthyr Tydfil, South Wales.
Meet Lauren, Designer, Maker and Founder of Maybe Mabel. Lauren handcrafts a range of bags, laptop cases, toiletry storage and accessories using sustainable recycled leather mixed with beautiful cotton fabrics. The leather she uses in her products is made in the UK and reclaimed from hundreds of tonnes of waste leather hides bound for landfill.
Paly glass was born out of a love for all things glass. Founded in September 2015 by, Nikki James. After falling in love with a vintage terrarium Nicki picked up at a car boot sale, she decided she wanted to learn how to make her own. Specialising in the method of copper foiling, everything is designed and handmade by me in Nicki's home studio in Bristol, South West England.
Using mainly waste or found objects as a starting point, Daisy creates refined, hand-cast, sculptural vessels from Jesmonite - an environmentally low impact, composite material consisting of a natural mineral stone and water-based binder.
Studio Fae was started as a way for Katie to express her creativity - without being confined to a brief, like she often is in her day job bring a graphic designer! She started experimenting with creating abstract collages. Mixing traditional print methods with bold paper craft and hand painted patterns, she found this to be a really satisfying way to work.
Named after her grandmother who raised her when she was young, Young Mary's was founded by Lola Jemibewon, (A Nigerian-American who currently calls the UK home). After Lola made the big move from the US to Nigeria, it didn't take long for her to rediscover the wealth of beauty Nigeria, and most of Africa, had to offer. She wanted a way to share her love for the continent with people near and far so armed with her hobby of candle making and storytelling, Young Mary's was born.