Handmade Creations by Toby and Penny Attrill
We are forever on a treasure hunt searching for interesting elements to add to our creations. Hiking over the moors in our home town of Todmorden, we collect sheep's wool, and together with wool tops from Merino sheep, we wash and felt it into handmade beads and other shapes for our collection.
Toby has scoured the river in Hardcastle Crags collecting fragments of china that have been smoothed by water over the years, and we use these to make brooches and pendants.
We visit antique fairs sourcing old buttons and strings of vintage facetted glass beads which we break up to use in our own designs.
We spend our holidays combing beaches for sea-washed glass and shells.
In Lanzarote we found beads made from lava and in Stoke-on-Trent we met a blacksmith who knots up nails! Everywhere we go, we keep our eyes open for new treasures to adorn our creations.

Polymer clay is one of our favourite materials, the colours can be mixed to make wonderful beads, rolled and layered in different millefiore combinations to create patterns and shapes within each individual bead, and glitter added for extra

Glitter and MySpace Layouts

We make cards, tags, and decorate boxes individually to complement gifts.
All Natural Attrill creations are labours of love - contact us to see more!

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