Rebecca Krzyzosiak’s one-off handmade creations

Rebecca Krzyzosiak is a designer from Bath who makes handmade jewellery and accessories. A Bath Spa University graduate, with experience working in different areas of the textile industry, last year she opened her own small business, Little Wren Accessories.

Her creations can be found on Etsy, but you would be well advised to snap up whichever of those you wish to acquire, as each piece is one-of-a-kind. From necklaces to brooches, from fascinators to cuffs, most feature pre-loved fabrics and items such as buttons, beads, lace and pearls.

Inspired by “the moon and stars” and “old glamour”, Krzyzosiak uses “gorgeous and opulent fabrics, which for the most part are vintage or retro, reusing pre-loved items where I can so I am as sustainable and ethical as possible in regards to the environment.” Some of her favourite materials to incorporate include feathers, glitter, beads and denim, finding a lot of these things at “vintage markets, charity shops or flea markets.”

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Wicker heart wall decoration – all preloved items

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So if you’re looking for attentively crafted, independently produced, sustainable, fashionable and unique handmade accessories to complete your look, look no further! Here’s your chance to support a talented, independent artist, and look incredibly stylish while doing so.

Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m off to buy that brooch I had my eye on – before any of you do!

NOTE: The items included in this post are purely for display. Please visit Little Wren Accessories’ online store to find out which items are currently for sale.

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