And Rachel Heady and Marie King are in the running for the top prize from our county.
Rachel Heady entered a Winter's Wreath in stained glass, hand-cut glass pieces which have been etched and painted then kiln fired.
The pieces were then leaded and soldered together and fitted into a frame.
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Marie King (of company Cing Design) entered a painting of a gathering of deer on a frosty winter morning which gives the feeling of the season
Richard Fewings, director of Cosy Owl said: “We have been truly inspired by all entries from artists and crafters across the East of England.
"We are pleased we have been able to give artists and crafters a platform to showcase their work and the feedback from local communities and artists has been very welcoming.
“We hope anyone considering taking up a new craft or art feels inspired to do so from the creations entered into our competition. Best of luck to all shortlisted entries and a thank you to everyone who entered.”
All shortlisted entries can be viewed hereThe overall winner will be announced on Monday, February 10, and will be decided by an industry judge.