Welcome to Poppys Crafts !
So you want to know a little bit more about us , well where do i start ...
After leaving school I continued on to college where i studied 1 year of GNVQ Art and Design & 2 years of A level Art and design, these included Drawing, Textiles, photography and ceramics.
I set up the business in 2006 where I was making and selling pet beds and fluffy leg warmers for club wear ! Strange combination ! Lol
So how did that progress to car accessories ? Well growing up with two car mad brothers and their car mad friends, and taken round to car auctions and car shows from a young age, I think it was inevitable that this madness would be passed on to me. So I combined fluffiness with cars and started making fluffy car accessories, and because i couldn't resist all the other fabulous fabrics, I introduced fleece and cotton into the collection.
But why Poppys Crafts ?
Despite what people think my name isn't Poppy ! :P, the name Poppy actually came from one of our old Cats, i needed a screen name for using on the internet and Poppy seemed like a good name at the time plus her name was the most human sounding name compared to our other cats such as Silver, Cuddles and Jingle lol, so then the name just stuck with me and has done ever since.
Poppy Cat polishing wheels
Poppys Crafts is famous !! Yes some of our steering wheel covers have made television appearances such as on C4's Hollyoaks, ITV's Coronation street, Sport Relief on BBC1 And Ali-A's superchargers on CBBC
Our Leopard Print Fuzzy Steering wheel, featured on BBC1's Sport relief, with David Walliams, Davina McCall and Gary Linekar in the only fools and Horses 3 wheeler.
Our Baby pink fuzzy steering wheel cover with hot pink bow featured in ITV's Coronation Street with Simon Gregson (Steve Mcdonald) and Kym Marsh (Michelle Connor)
Our Barbie Pink fluffy Car accessories featured on CBBC programme Ali-A's Superchargers.
Our Purple fluffy car accessories were featured again on CBBC's Ali-A's Superchargers
Our Leopard print fluffy steering wheel cover was featured on David Walliam's Sky 1 film Rat Burger, which starred Sheridan Smith