What a talented group of women!
Treasure Hunt Craft Shop takes enormous pride in offering only locally made craft items from over seventy area residents in our newly remodeled shop. Bring home that perfect souvenir and at the same time support the Treasure Beach Women’s Group, our local artisans, and the entire Treasure Beach community. Come and see what is on display at The Treasure Hunt Craft Shop. Treasure Hunt hours are 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Monday – Friday and Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Or email the Treasure Hunt Craft Shop at

If you see any products suitable for your store please contact us.

See Samples of our Crafts
Click on the photos at left to get an idea of what types of crafts we offer in our Treasure Hunt Craft Shop.

Special Requests?
Need a personalized gift? No problem, mon! Just let us know what you need and we will be happy to supply your needs.

Craft & Sewing Classes
The Women’s Group is dedicated to teaching our talents to others by hosting sewing and various craft classes. Contact us or look on our upcoming events page to find out when the next class is scheduled. If you would like to host a class and share your talents with us we welcome you.

Want To Donate Supplies?
Our artists are always looking for tools and supplies. If you’re visiting Treasure Beach and want to bring us art materials, we can always use the following:

  • Acrylic Paint and Brushes
  • Fabric Paint and Fabrics
  • Jewelry Findings, Beads, and Small Jewelers Tools
  • Clay and Woodcarving Tools
  • Ribbons, Buttons, Threads and Sewing Notions

Artist Workshops

Our Shop




Books & Cards



Wood Carvings

Recycled Products


Prints & Paintings


Skin Care




The Treasure Beach Women's Group - TBWG; 876-965-3878; info@tbwgjamaica.com;
Calabash Bay P.A., St. Elizabeth, Jamaica, West Indies

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