Thursday, September 29, 2016

Stallholder Profile Tranquil Creations

NEW Stallholder Profile Tranquil Creations

Your name: Sharell Hamilton

Your business name and facebook/website name and link: Tranquil Creations
We also have a link to a video clip:

The suburb/town you live in now: Mackay

What is it that you make and what skills do you use?: We make bracelets, necklaces, anklets, sun catchers, bell chimes, keyrings, car charms and lanyards. Each piece is individually handmade using genuine, semi-precious stone and crystal beads. The range is created and designed with specific healing or energy needs in mind. If you are looking for a unique personal touch, we can work with you to create pieces that encompass particular healing qualities. 
Our skill is design and beading, plus we also have a small selection of macrame necklaces. 

What inspired you to start your business?: Tranquil Creations is the culmination of our passion for Crystals, Stones, Reiki & Healing.

How long have you been creating?: 2 years 

Is it a full time/part time hobby or business?: Hobby

Where do you sell your creations?: we sell online from our Facebook page, as well as at various festivals, fairs and markets around Mackay and District. Some of these include the Health and Lifestyle Expo at Cape Hillsborough, the G&S Wine and Food Day, The Annual Gem and Craft Fair, The Soul Unity Fest, Eat St Mackay, The Handmade Boutique Market in Mackay and now The Handmade and Vintage Expo at Airlie Beach. 

What makes you so special or different?: Whether it be a stunning ‘light bringing’ Sun Catcher, or a gorgeous ‘unique’ piece of jewellery, you can be sure each piece is infused with Reiki energy and made with Heart & Soul. We pride ourselves on customer service and quality products. 

What is the most rewarding part of what you do?: Meeting gorgeous people, listening to their stories and helping them find the perfect treasure, or creating a unique personal order piece.

What is your favourite product to make?: We love all our treasures, each piece has a piece of our heart and soul in it, to choose would be to difficult. 

Do you teach classes or workshops? Not at this stage. We have had some inquiries about beading workshops. Perhaps some time in the future. 

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