Feel Good Crafts
Welcome to my shop!
You will find a bit of everything that can be handmade from paper craft to crochet. Products can be customised to suit your preferences, just make a note on your order. I hope you enjoy looking at my products.
Crochet Bath Poof with Two Face Scrubbies – Blue and Brown
5 in stock (can be backordered)
Love the little nylon bath poofs, but hate how they’re always falling apart? Want to be more environmentally friendly?
Then this 100% cotton bath poof with two face scrubbies is for you. Unlike others poofs this one opens out to help drying between showers.
After your shower just untie the string and pull it flat. The next time you shower all you need to do is pull the little hearts and you have a poof again and it is dry.
My name is Nicole and I have set up Feel Good Crafts to help people with chronic conditions like me to sell their craft items online.
I was diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) in 2013 and underwent Dilectical Behaviour Therapy which I can honestly state saved my life.I have learnt how to regulate my behaviour and now understand that my emotions do not rule how I act. Although I have spent 13 months trying to get better I am still not 100% and I am continuing to engage in therapy.
BPD has a lot of stigma associated with it but all I can say is that I am not a bad person and no one who suffers with this intense mental health issue is. We do not have a bad personality and we do not have multiple personalities we just react differently to emotions we feel than most people. For me, I feel emotion to extremes one moment I can be happy and the next I can be so angry or sad I will be shouting or crying for no apparent reason. Therefore it is often hard to be around me. This has become better over the years and people can improve.
My health took another turn at the end of 2013. I woke up one morning to find the right hand side of my body was numb and tingling. I decided to ignore it and hope that it would go away but it spread to the left side, numb and tingling from the neck down. At that point I went to the doctors and was sent for an MRI of the brain, which showed changes consistent with Multiple Sclerosis and was diagnosed with Relapsing Reminting Multiple Sclerosis (RRMS) just before Christmas 2013.
MS is an unpredictable disease and does not give everyone the same symptoms so it is hard for others to understand.
At the time I was in Australia and made the difficult decision to move back to the UK because it was unlikely that I would be successful in gaining permenant residency.
So here I am back in the UK crafting and looking after my puppy.