The Crafty Kitten

We are a craft and handmade gift shop in the centre of the historic market town of Llanrwst in north Wales.

The business was started back in 2010 when I opened my doors and at that time I concentrated on selling polymer clay and items made from it. In the intervening years I have moved the shop onto the town square in Llanrwst and now stock a wide range of craft items including :

  • Polymer clay (Fimo and Cernit) ;
  • Accessories for polymer clay such as moulds, cutters, tools, varnishes and mica powders ;
  • Craft books ;
  • Artists materials (paints, brushes, pencils, pads etc) ;
  • Wow embossing powders and accessories ;
  • Low temperature enamelling powder, blanks and accessories ;
  • Fat quarters ;
  • Pyrography tools and items ;
  • Washi tape ;
  • Card making accessories ;
  • Items such as glues, picture hooks and craft wire ;
  • A range of miscellaneous craft kits for youngsters.
  • If you come to visit the Crafty Kitten in our shop in Llanrwst, you’ll see that we are a small shop but I pride myself on being able to source a wide range of craft items and having experience in using almost every craft item in the store, so if there is something you are looking for please let me know.

    I also sell a wide range of locally made hand made gifts including :

  • Knitted products ;
  • Crocheted products ;
  • Welsh dragons ;
  • Mugs, coasters and keyrings with our own images on them ;
  • Jewellery ;
  • Locally produced slate items ; and
  • Polymer clay models.
  • Although we are primarily a craft and gift shop I also run parties and workshops, both in the shop itself and also at client's premises. In the past I’ve run :

  • Birthday parties ;
  • Hen parties ;
  • Craft parties and workshops; and
  • Team building workshops.
  • Please take a few moments to look around our site and let me know if there is anything that you need – alternatively call in to see me, I am usually open between 9am and 5pm Mondays to Friday and 10am to 4pm on Saturdays (closed all day on Sundays and Bank Holidays).