Crafty Gifts & Decor in Pringle Bay is the personal showroom of three dynamic arts and crafts entrepreneurs, Ruth, Susan and Isobel. The trio loves every second spent being creative and this love is reflected in their colourful shop which boasts a kaleidoscope of uniquely handcrafted gifts and home decor items. The range is ever-increasing and the shop has become a treasure trove for those seeking items that are truly special. There is a little something for everyone and the range includes crockery, toiletries, jewelry, purses, stationary & home decor. Furthermore, Crafty Gifts & Decor stock a range of Pringle Bay curios that include t-shirts, beanies, peak caps, keyrings, stickers & fridge magnets.
Click on ‘More Info’ below to find out more about Crafty Gifts & Decor.
Crafty Gifts & Decor opened shop in 2014 and since then the three, local crafty entrepreneurs, Ruth, Susan and Isobel have made quite a name amongst shoppers in the Pringle Bay area. If you love craft markets then this shop is definitely for you and you will find something unique to suit your style and your pocket.
And during December you can also find their products for sale at the Betty's Bay Market, held at the Disa Youth Camp in Betty's Bay. Always a feast for the eye.
Take time to browse through the ever-growing selection of unique arts, crafts and decor at Crafty Gifts & Decor. The must-have list includes such beauties as:
Isobel is happy to be your personal seamstress and will expertly alter and mend your clothing and curtains. Highly talented in all aspects of sewing, Isobel adds a value-added service whereby she can magically darn holes ala ‘invisible mending’ so that ‘now you see it now you don’t!’
“Stunning gifts and goodies for sale! Super friendly staff in the cutest little village!” Fran Denton, Facebook
“Great products, great service, great prices. The perfect place to find something for everyone. Open seven days a week and always greeted with a smile. Thank you all!” Karen Whitney Smith, Facebook
“Wonderful gifts at great prices and served with a smile.” Ilse van Vuuren, Facebook