Vibrant, one-of-a-kind baubles and paintings

Worthing-based artist Michelle Cassell is the designer, admin, and packing clerk of Eat Pray Pedal, a small business that focuses on combining colourful art with Christmas through hand-painted baubles. Each ceramic bauble is one-of-a-kind, guaranteed to give your Christmas tree a pop of vibrant neon colours and textures. Michelle also creates gorgeously painted abstract wall art, which would look great as a pop of colour in a contemporary home.

She is environmentally focused, using natural ceramic and plastic-free packaging, and also donates 21% of their profits to A21, a charity that focuses on abolishing slavery around the world.

Eat Pray Pedal started after Michelle cycled 4000 miles from the Arctic to Africa, a fascinating tale of adventure, healing, and motivation. After so much time on the road, the itch to create and inspire others emerged, and when she returned home, that seed of an idea began to grow.

It’s never too early to start thinking about Christmas, so go give Eat Pray Pedal a browse.


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