Introducing the Mexican Craft Collective!

Welcome to the Mexican Craft Collective!

2020 – the year of the lockdown, the obligatory face masks, curfews. For many, a year to forget. For a group of Mexican Women, the lockdown became the start of something amazing.

The Mexican Craft Collective was created in the summer of 2020 when a group of Mexican women living in the UK (crafters, makers, shakers and movers) united by their love and pride for Mexican culture teamed up to showcase their talent to the world.

From newbies to experts, from artists to chefs, businesswomen, tourism experts, bakers and bow makers, the Mexican Craft Collective looks to spread our knowledge, traditions and art to those who look to learn, taste or own a little (or a lot!) of Mexico. 

Our talent comes from a broad spectrum of expertise and regions amalgamated in a rich and powerful group of individuals with their own take on Mexican heritage as well as an independent way of expressing their own flair whilst bringing the best of Mexican culture to you.

We invite you to explore our list of Mexican Craft Collective businesses and services. You’re sure to find something to suit your needs.

 

MEXIKITSCH LONDON
Handmade chingón by MexiKitsch

Claudia: ¡Hola! Me llamo Claudia; head honcho of MexiKitsh (think one woman band with glue and paint). MexiKitsch was born in 2019 as a mix of my love and pride for of all things Mexican, fascination with Chicano culture and my arts and crafts hobby. I’m so thankful MexiKitsch has grown rapidly and steadily bringing a little bit of Mexico to the UK.
I feel very grateful to be part of this group of talented women and look forward to the personal and professional challenges that await. ¡Gracias!

 

WAXACAMX
Supporting artisan communities from Southern Mexico
Dorelice “I started my business as an opportunity for people to be able to buy authentic handmade Mexican products outside of Mexico, a struggle I experienced myself after living abroad for over 15 years. I’ve enjoyed the journey & I’m excited for the future of @WaxacaMx”

 

CASA OROZCO
Mexican Handmade Jewellery and Accessories!
Jacky: ‘I am a Mexican designer with a small workshop at home where I design and hand-make jewellery inspired by the vibrant colours and culture of my beautifulI home country, Mexico. I am Mom to two dogs, Frida & Kahlo, and am an enthusiastic traveler!

 

Sweet Nibble
The UK’s best Mexican  ‘pan dulce’, biscuits and cakes

 

KOKOLOKO BOUTIQUE
The happiest matching accessories for pets and owners.

Andrea: ‘I brought my dog Koko from the Mexican Caribbean. Her chilled personality and the vibrant colours of Mexico are what inspired me to make the happiest designs you and your furry best friend deserve!’

 

PAPATXOA
Promoting Mexico’s culture and mixing it with modern fashion

Erika: ‘I am a happy wife and mother of a 2yo, a “Jalisquilla” based in London. I created Papatxoa as an outlet for my creativity and as a way to embrace and celebrate my mexican heritage and roots.’

 

ART_MKT
Mexican Heart ❤ Crafted Ideas

Nury: ‘I’m a Mexican mum, pharmacist by profession and I have lived in London for  almost 4 years. Although I’m fully dedicated to my 3 1/2 year old daughter, have now found a passion in crafts, mainly crochet. My passion has taken me to creare things such as amigurumis, ponchos, baskets, coasters and more. My plan is to continue to widen my portfolio of crafts whilst handcrafted work from Mexico. This with the sole purpose of promoting Mexican art and Talent”

 

Nina Bowtique UK
Cute and girly bows for you little one

Hi ! I’m Claudia From Tampico, owner of Nina BowtiqueUk. My passion is to create hand made hair accessories for little girls, women, and pets. I have just recently opened my Etsy shop. Please stop by and be part of our lovely community ❤️❤️

 

The Punjaxican
Follow the Punjaxican a journey of an Indo-Mexican kitchen!

Gaby: ‘I am a passionate home chef from Veracruz, Mexico. I lived in Mumbai India for almost five years where I learned all about Indian food, noticing it has a lot in common with Mexican food, I decided to start my project on Instagram: @thepunjaxican, a creative outlet to experiment mixing both cuisines. Follow my kitchen journey! ‘

 

Adry Barrios
Designs, Illustrations & Screen Printing

Adry: ‘I’m a Designer/Illustrator/Printmaker from Saltillo, Mexico. Before coming to UK. I lived in Paris, Normandie and then moved to London (where I studied GDesign) and now settled in Bristol. I design my own products which I sell on Etsy and some local shops in Bristol. I also enjoy painting small murals and screen printing. My style is colourful and inspired by the Mexican culture.’

 

MAMA REYNA
Salsas with a taste of Mexico

Reyna: ‘I created Mamá Reyna Ltd in 2014 after realising that the true traditional flavours of Mexican artisan chilli sauces were not to be found and I wanted to bring them to the tables of Mexicans and the public in general in the UK.
Mamá Reyna’s sauces are manufactured in the heart of Britain using quality natural Mexican and local ingredients with no artificial preservatives. They are vegan friendly too!! ‘

 

 

MEXICRAFTS
Handmade with love

Maria: I describe myself as a ‘craft enthusiast’ The look of someone’s face when you give them a handmade gift made me decide to create Mexicrafts. I love sewing and I try to put a touch of my Mexican roots when I create things. I find the process of making things from scratch so rewarding and a good way to unwind and relax being a mum of two very active children and a dog.

 

momME
Inspiring mums to live a happy and fulfilled life

Dani: ‘I am a happy mum of two boys, Psychologist, Life Coach and wellbeing advisor. I started my online business a year ago to empower women and guide them to find strategies to regain control of their wellbeing and live a balanced life between mum roles and individual life. I welcome all mums to my private group on FB @momME tribe where I post important information and dates for my next workshops. ‘

 

DULCE ART
Bringing the nostalgia of our Mexico to your palate

Ericka: ‘I am a kitchen chef, and I carry with me the flavors and nostalgia for my country. I can happily share with my compatriots that they are also far from home. I am a mother of 2 little ones to whom I strive to transmit my traditions and my origins.’

 

DULCEMAMAMXUK
Unique Handmade Mexican Bags

Dulce: ‘I got in love with the amazing work of our mexican people from Monica Xerrano brand, so I decided to bring it to UK to make it more available for all people and show our culture through fashion.’

 

PIÑATAS KATAPIXIA
London’s Bad Ass Piñata Maker

“I am a Arizonian-Sonoran border native that has lived in London way to long now. I’m an all around artist that paints, illustrates and does graphic design. Now, I specialize in piñatas of all shapes and sizes. I have over 9 years of experience in paper machè sculpture.”

 

MEXICAN MAMA
Bringing mi casa to yours

‘My name is Maira, I am from Guadalajara, Mexico and I have been living in London for 6 years. Like most Mexicans who arrive in the UK there were many things that I missed from home, but the thing I missed most was the food. So when I decided to stay in Britain I wanted to find a way to bring my favourite products here, to not only enjoy myself but to share with my new friends and family and Mexican Mama was born!’

MEXIBRIT & EVENT PRODUCER
The UK’s Mexican Directory / Bringing Mexican culture to life

Paola: ‘I am passionate about showing the real Mexico in Britain, I wanted to create a directory where Mexicans and Mexico lovers could find everything they need in one place, as well as interesting content and information! I can’t wait for the pandemic to be over so we can go back to real life events where we can all come together.’

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