Announcing the Artisan Craft Kits!-Slowly Gathered

Slowly Gathered presents limited-edition Artisan Craft Kits to help you create a home filled with lovely memories and truly personal decor. 


A WAY TO COUNTER SAD LOOKING COLORS AND MUCKY PAPER


As Lottie was looking to make her home feel more personal and wanted to try a new craft to make a piece that really represented her family & life.

But as this was a one-off project she couldn't justify buying the quality stuff and instead opted for the low-grade materials.

The outcome was exactly as disappointing as expected: sad looking colors and mucky paper.

Definitely not worthy to hang on the wall (or to let anyone see)!

As others in the creative community also were experiencing the same issue, she developed artisan-inspired kits with projects worth showcasing.

CRAFTS TO INSPIRE

Our kits gently guide you to make lovely goods for the home.

With none of the restrictions that traditional DIY crafts, like paint by numbers, offer. Instead, our kits offer lots of creative freedom to make each project your own.

So whether you’re at the beginning of your creative journey, looking for a way to create for enjoyment, or needing to gather fresh ideas for your art practice, the Artisan Craft Kit offers inspiration for all ages and skill levels.

INSIDE EACH KIT

Each kit provides a different project but they all..

  1. include hand-made elements like a wooden paint palette as well as custom designs;

  2. have minimal creative constraints but provide clear & easy instructions to make sure maximum creative freedom is achieved;
  3. give ideas for making the craft into a memory-making activity;
  4. use beautiful, high-quality materials to make sure you're proud to hang your creation.

 

TREAT 'EM LIKE DONUTS THOUGH!


Each kit is limited edition. We are a small business and work in small batches, so if you're interested in a kit make sure you treat them like donuts and snag 'em while they're hot! 


KIT RELEASES*


    •    January - Watercolor calendar with gouache paint kit

    •    March - Canvas apron for the studio or kitchen

    •    May - Sketchbook with hand-made paper

    •    July - Greeting card kit


* we try our best to stick to these ideas but we're dependent on materials being available at the time of release so can't make promises

Lottie Aldarwish
Tags: Crafts & DIY