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Nature Crafts - West Coast Inspired

 What's happening . . . 

Give a Little Bit of Nature this Year!!

We're very excited to be attending three Christmas Craft Fairs this season - hope to see you at one or all of them:

- Nov 18 & 19th: Cumberland Winterfaire

- Dec 2 & 3rd: Coomb's Christmas Market at the Coombs Fairgrounds (11 to 5 each day)

- Dec 17th: Made with Love Market at Native Son's Hall in Courtenay (10 to 4 pm).


We also each have a piece on display at the Pearl Ellis Gallery - Members Christmas Show in Comox that runs until December 23rd.

Dragonfly over the Wetland fused glass wall hanging.Dragonfly over the Wetland fused glass wall hanging.

Nature Sightings

Our suet feeder has been busy with lots of bird activity from larger birds like Stellar's Jays and  Northern Flickers through to the smaller Chesnut-backed Chickadees and Dark-eyed Juncos.  Our hummingbird feeders are also 'humming' with countless visits from our beautiful Anna's Hummingbirds.

Sanctuary Craft Studio

Fused glass forest bowlFused glass forest bowlSanctuary Craft Studio - West Coast Inspired

The Sanctuary Craft Studio features work by two principal artisans who create arts and crafts on a nature theme inspired by the beautiful and diverse natural world found on Canada's West Coast.  You will find a little bit of nature in everything they create.



Products for purchase can include:

  • Hand woven placemats, scarves and shawls
  • Hand felted scarves and needle-felted landscapes
  • Stained Glass sun-catchers, panels and windows (commissions and repairs on request)
  • Fused Glass jewelry, bowls and serving dishes
  • Leather journals, bracelets and bookmarks
  • Hand-made paper, cards & books
  • Photographic prints and cards

We primarily sell our products at local arts and crafts fairs, in local specialty stores and on Facebook.  Check our web site or like us on Facebook to find out where we'll be appearing next.   Click  on the link below to visit our Facebook page.




We are always working on something new and interesting. 

 Finding inspiration from nature is something we do every day! 

We sell our products through local craft stores and markets.