It’s been a fair few months since I interviewed the lovely Gail from My Cherry Pie in Kirkcaldy.
In that time, she’s been continuing to stride ahead and has won a Fife Business Award for being such an inspiration – something the Queendom always knew!
Most recently, Gail has been speaking to Lisa May Young, Kirkcaldy author and podcaster about her business. I was so taken with the interview I wanted to share it with you alongside my article.
Holding the space
Have a listen to this awesome podcast called Holding the Space. In it, Gail talks about her design, creation, vision and colour. And what it means to her to be one of the amazing independent businesses in Kirkcaldy.
Have a look at Gail’s work
Don’t you just love it when someone comments on how much they love your jewellery?
Or how about when you put on that special necklace or pair of earrings and it makes you feel really uplifted?
There’s something amazing about finding the right piece to complete a look isn’t there?
Here at The Queendom, we love statement jewellery and the way it can transform your mood and your outfit.
And if you’re looking for something lovingly handmade and stylish on your doorstep, you need to visit one of our Queen’s of Business – Gail Cadogan
Gail designs and sells copper enamel jewellery and homeware from her own shop called My Cherry Pie in Kirkcaldy High Street.
Busy mum of three Gail is creative to the core and was formerly an art therapist before taking time out of her career to focus on her boys.
She started designing and making her jewellery as a creative hobby – her “slice of the pie” as she puts it – but her talent soon turned her pastime into a thriving business.
My Cherry Pie is the perfect place for a thoughtful, beautiful and unique gift for someone in your life or indeed yourself.
You’ll love Gail’s eye for detail, colour and quality as well as her warmth and determination to make every customer’s experience special.
And we can’t think of a better and more talented woman to design our crown.