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Lizzi is a self-taught artist and serial crafter based in South Northamptonshire, U.K.

From creating collages, dolls and  homemade gifts with her grandmothers; to observing her father's love of painting and photography, and her mother's love of needlework; she has been inspired by the people and world around her and  has always been embellishing her world from a very young age; from recreating a Lowry painting on stage at primary school, selling at school fairs, making her wedding accessories, to creating outfits for her children.

Since October 2021, Lizzi has been running the Towcester Handmade Fayre.

Lizzi rediscovered her love for polymer clay in 2011 when looking in her craft cupboard for the tin of buttons she inherited from her grandmother and discovered some colourful buttons she had made as a teenager.  Not being able to find the style or size she wanted, she started making polymer clay buttons for her crochet projects.

In 2012, an opportunity arose to attend a business course specifically designed for creative start-ups and this led to 'Bizzi Zizzi' being born.  It was at this point that Lizzi downed the crochet hooks and embarked on learning as much as possible about polymer clay as an artistic medium, particularly after a yoga teacher friend asked her to create meditation anchors for her students.  Her children named them "Peace Pebbles" and they have been a best-seller ever since.

Lizzi has been slowly building her brand and learning some new skills in social media marketing, business accounting as well as developing her techniques with the medium itself, whilst juggling the roles of bookkeeper for her husband's company (a useful skill to have!), managing their rental property and raising her family.

She joined the British Polymer Clay Guild in 2013 and quickly became part of the committee: redesigning the website and helping to organise the Guild's 20th Anniversary celebrations in 2017.

In 2014 Lizzi was approached by the editor of Making Jewellery magazine to write polymer clay tutorials.  Imagine her delight when her first tutorial was also featured on the magazine cover! Sadly, the publication is no longer produced, nut you can still purchase the book which features the tutorial.

Polymer Clay Jewellery Workshop

Creative Education 


Creative Business Course, Northampton


Creative Business Explorer with Pete Mosley, Leicester


Social Media Training, Green Umbrella Marketing





Wearable Art - Towcester Library, The Forum, Towcester



South Northamptonshire Arts Trail, Silverstone Methodist Church


South Northamptonshire Arts Trail, Stoke Bruerne Canal Museum


South Northamptonshire Arts Trail, Towcester Town Hall




South Northamptonshire Arts Trail, Silverstone Methodist Chapel

South Northamptonshire Arts Trail, Alan Muxlow Landcapes Centre, Towcester

South Northamptonshire Arts Trail, Silverstone Methodist Chapel

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