Handmade silver nature earrings
Handmade silver earrings made in silver clay. They are embossed with a beautiful nature design of leaves and tendrils. Garnet red czech glass drops are then hung beneath. Each pair is made individually by hand and fired, sanded and polished. All sales help to support my rescue centre for poorly and injured wild hedgehogs.

Handmade silver nature earrings

Handmade silver earrings made in silver clay. They are embossed with a beautiful nature design of leaves and tendrils. Garnet red czech glass drops are then hung beneath. Each pair is made individually by hand and fired, sanded and polished. All sales help to support my rescue centre for poorly and injured wild hedgehogs.

Hoglets are getting bigger

The four hoglet siblings that came into my York rescue 10 days ago are growing fast and already much bigger. They have lost their baby spines and are now eating crunchy kitten biscuits to help their teeth grow. They are all healthy and doing very well. They will be ready to go to an outdoor run to prepare them for their return to the wild in a week or so.

Silver daisy pendant
Silver daisy pendant handmade in silver clay. The daisy is embossed into the clay before it is fired, sanded and polished. It is then hung on a silver snake chain. All sales support my work caring for poorly hedgehogs. 

Silver daisy pendant

Silver daisy pendant handmade in silver clay. The daisy is embossed into the clay before it is fired, sanded and polished. It is then hung on a silver snake chain. All sales support my work caring for poorly hedgehogs. 

Handmade silver clay earrings with purple glass drops
Been busy in my workshop making these silver earrings. They are embossed with a deep ‘leaves and swirls’ design and then I have hung beautiful amethyst purple czech glass drops beneath. They really are a statement - very pleased with them. I’ve got lots of other colours of czech glass drops so the colours can be changed to go with different outfits. All sales support the little hedgehogs in my York hedgehog rescue centre.

Handmade silver clay earrings with purple glass drops

Been busy in my workshop making these silver earrings. They are embossed with a deep ‘leaves and swirls’ design and then I have hung beautiful amethyst purple czech glass drops beneath. They really are a statement - very pleased with them. I’ve got lots of other colours of czech glass drops so the colours can be changed to go with different outfits. All sales support the little hedgehogs in my York hedgehog rescue centre.

William hoglet stomping in his food bowl
The latest arrival at my York rescue centre is William. He was found out in the day looking scared during a rainstorm. At 109g he was far too young to have have left his mum. Something must have happened to her. Where there is one there are usually more but unfortunately we couldn’t find any others. He is a feisty little thing despite being so tiny. Here he is enjoying stomping in his food bowl. It is full of scrambled egg (no milk) mushed up in a special lactose-free puppy milk. Little hoglets love getting up to mischief and stomping in their food bowls. He is putting on weight now, which is great.

William hoglet stomping in his food bowl

The latest arrival at my York rescue centre is William. He was found out in the day looking scared during a rainstorm. At 109g he was far too young to have have left his mum. Something must have happened to her. Where there is one there are usually more but unfortunately we couldn’t find any others. He is a feisty little thing despite being so tiny. Here he is enjoying stomping in his food bowl. It is full of scrambled egg (no milk) mushed up in a special lactose-free puppy milk. Little hoglets love getting up to mischief and stomping in their food bowls. He is putting on weight now, which is great.

Six baby hoglets at my York rescue centre

I picked up 6 baby hoglets to be cared for last week, all weighing less than 150g. They are all orphans that had been found out in the day after something happened to mum. 4 are siblings and the other two are individual orphans. They are now being cared for at my rescue centre in York. They have heat pads to keep them warm for a few days until they are a little bigger. They have been weaned and are eating a mix of special puppy milk (hedgehogs are lactose intollerant), intensive care kitten food, kitten biscuits and scrambled egg (no milk). All 6 are putting on weight well so far…. they will be released back to the wild into suitable gardens when they reach at least 450g and are over 8 weeks old.

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Silver daisy earrings
Handmade silver daisy earrings made in silver clay. The delicate flower is embossed onto the silver clay and then the circle shape it cut out. After firing, they are sanded and polished to a mirror finish. They are hung on contemporary long hook ear wires to give a very modern finish. Very simple, stylish and stunning! All sales of my silver jewellery help support my rescue centre for poorly and injured wild hedgehogs.

Silver daisy earrings

Handmade silver daisy earrings made in silver clay. The delicate flower is embossed onto the silver clay and then the circle shape it cut out. After firing, they are sanded and polished to a mirror finish. They are hung on contemporary long hook ear wires to give a very modern finish. Very simple, stylish and stunning! All sales of my silver jewellery help support my rescue centre for poorly and injured wild hedgehogs.

Hedgehog garden visitors
These three gorgeous spikey visitors came to my garden tonight. I regularly have hedgehog visitors but it is unusual to see three feeding at the same time. They are feasting on a special treat of mealworms. I try to limit giving these as they can get fussy and then eat nothing else. Two of the visitors look like the female hedgehogs that I rescued last Winter and then released in Spring 2014. Fingers crossed for some hoglets this year!

Hedgehog garden visitors

These three gorgeous spikey visitors came to my garden tonight. I regularly have hedgehog visitors but it is unusual to see three feeding at the same time. They are feasting on a special treat of mealworms. I try to limit giving these as they can get fussy and then eat nothing else. Two of the visitors look like the female hedgehogs that I rescued last Winter and then released in Spring 2014. Fingers crossed for some hoglets this year!