Art & Crafts
Welcome to our Art & Crafts section.
Enjoy painting ceramics with friends over tea and cake, get your favourite Art collection framed professionally or perhaps you'd like to join a photography group? which ever you chose, you can save 10%.
Everytime you spend over £20 you'll save 10% Take a look at each businesses Terms & Conditions, turn up with your Voucher and get saving!
Each Voucher is valid for 3 months from the day it is issued. You may use your Voucher in any of the other businesses in ANY of the locations.
We are delighted to be a part of Local Values and apply a 10% discount voucher to the following services … Commercial Photography - anything from Social Media packages... Mobile ‘pop up’ portrait studio - Family portraits sometimes work best in the comfort of your own home so... From ‘bumps to babies’... Weddings - One of our favourite services... Digital Photography Courses - If after all...
Pixie Jo's is a lovely family run shop within Swann's Nursery. You can find an eclectic mix of local handmade crafts, vintage and retro items, hand painted furniture, Frenchic Furniture Paint, Stencils Studio stencils and much more.
Lemonkitten Design, based in East Ipswich, is run by local designer, Suzanne Franks. Suzanne is a freelance graphic designer and illustrator and opens up her shop when she’s at the studio. She’s always happy to see you if you’re passing by – but please contact her in advance if you’re making a special visit or to make an appointment.
At Page Creative Print we work with the best local suppliers to provide you with quality printing that is tailored to your needs. We know that you are busy working hard to make your own business a success, so we manage the whole print process for you—from artwork and copywriting to delivery—then you can concentrate on your core business, secure in the knowledge that your printing needs are being taken care of.
Pickacake, any cake, I can make it for you. My little boy's first birthday was coming up fast. He adored Thomas the Tank Engine (what little boy doesn't?) but all the cakes in the supermarkets contained dairy! You see my boy had been diagnosed with a dairy allergy 6 months earlier, so I decided I would give it a go myself. Why? I hear you ask, why not go to a cake shop to have it made? After all they could probably do a much better job! I thought so too, but money was tight and how hard could it be? Oh little did I know.