If your looking for that extra special present for someone much loved this Christmas, then look no further than Make ME crafts. Including beautiful jewellery, stunning cards, unusual bookmarks and even hanging octopuses there is something for everyone at Make ME crafts!
What’s more you’ll also be raising much needed funds for IiMER as a proportion of every item sold goes towards the charity. Many of the items are made by ME sufferers themselves or else crafty sympathisers. So shop until you drop knowing it’s for a good cause!
If your interested in helping you can register as a seller or contact them for more information on how to help. It doesn’t matter if your interested in donating craft supplies, becoming a regular trader, selling a one off item or anything else. It all helps. Our departments are slightly bare ATM so we welcome any support with open arms!
“At ‘Make ME’ we aim to focus on the little things that people with this condition can accomplish, bit by bit, instead of the bigger things we can’t; to shift attention to the positive ways we can still make a difference.
Being ill doesn’t mean we have to stop being creative.Even if we’re stuck at home, or in bed, we can still contribute. Using the power of the internet and keeping our projects flexible enough to manage around our health, we can get our lovingly created crafts out there, raising awareness and fighting for real and effective M.E. treatments.
Crafts made by sufferers are listed at their own pace, as they complete them, with many sellers working on projects as and when they’re able. There is absolutely no rush – no pressure. There are no demands or time-constraints.
It’s not about how fast you can do something, it’s about how well you can do something. We may be ill but we haven’t lost our talent, our passion or our creativity. We just can’t manage things on the same scale as healthy people. We might not be able to keep up with the break-neck pace of the world outside, but that doesn’t mean we can’t do something constructive; something worthwhile, bit by bit. To borrow a phrase from Tesco “Every little helps”. Make ME crafts
Visit their website www.makemecrafts.com