Today would have been the last day of Giving & Living, and it’s felt very strange not being in Exeter with you all. However it’s now time to look to the future, and focus on putting together the best possible show for you in May.
Before we move on, we thought we’d show you a few more of the exhibitors who will be at the show in May:
Cotswold based artist Penny Gaj publishes her own ranges of enchanting greeting cards, which are FSC certified, and come with a fleck Kraft envelope in a cello bag. She also has a large selection of signed giclee prints.
St Ives provides the creative hub for Made By Caroline to hand make her jewellery from scrap metal, resin & upcycled objects. A lifetime of treasures from car boot sales and flea markets plus a jewellery apprenticeship has led to her extensive range.
Emmeline Simpson produces a unique range of homewares and gifts that celebrate the cities and landscapes of the UK. The range now includes mugs, tea towels, placemats, coasters, and fridge magnets. She can also create bespoke artwork ranges for your visitor attraction or location.
Grasshopper Ltd aims to be just that little bit different, especially for dog and cat lovers. They have an extensive range of signs, fridge magnets, coasters, key rings and more, as well as personalised products and letterbox gifts. They can also tailor individual products especially for you
So that’s it from us for the time being. We hope you’ve enjoyed finding out a bit more about our exhibitors, and we look forward to seeing you at Giving & Living in May. Visitor registration is open now!