I can see a Rainbow!

Rainbows aren’t ‘just’ the promise of God to humanity, they radiate happiness, hope and positivity in every respect, not only signifying the spiritual side of our existence, but also compassion-based movements such as Pride and support for nurses, care workers and other NHS staff.

Multi-coloured merchandise displays draw the eye in store, offering endless opportunities for creative window displays and also getting around the problem of whether pink or blue are for girls or boys: Give them every colour under the sun to choose from so they can decide for themselves! In this spotlight on rainbow-coloured home, giftware, greetings cards, pet products, fashion accessories and jewellery, we feature a host of artisan makers who are all producing their work by hand in Britain, often with an extra-sustainable twist. You can find them all on the British Craft Directory.

The top image is by Anna Roebuck Art and Jewellery, who has been greating stunning pieces out of recycled plastic and other materials for more than 2 decades.

Featured artisans from top left: Shelley Faye Lazar, Fancy Tat, Wendy Bell Designs, Designs by Flo, Hazel Bay, Bethan Laker, Glenn Godden Glass, Fantasy Candles, Dittany Rose, Flights of Fantasy, Twists Glass Studio, Rosimorosi, Fifi & the Peacock, Flontiere, Humblewood, Ink & Silk, Zawadee, Jane Marshall Jewellery, Altered Chic, S&ERS Printed Aluminium Jewellery, Little Spuggy, Pipkin & Bella Pet Boutique, Sarah Greening Glass and Sarah L Hamilton.


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