NIM Things is now on

I want to thank the visitors to our  lill yellow Caymanian home store and our island for them looking us up on WordPress once they returned home and sending us a message. That has reminded me that we have a wordpress account that needs to be updated with the things happening with our store. 

Therefore I am excited to state, with a little reserve due it’s another internet site (those who know me know that I have many) but this one that comes highly recommended, so we have opened a store account with Etsy. Granted we only have one item on there for now, but that’s going to change when school lets out for Easter and I have a bit of time on my hands.  

Each handmade item will have a description about the process or/and the materials used. Usually something if not all of the materials will be found in the Cayman Islands and the product is made by the people living here. 

So please click on the link below to take a quick glimpse of our online store. 

Click here to visit NIM Things store on Etsy


NIM Things re-opening party Saturday 5th Dec 2009

NIM Things re-opening party Saturday 5th December 8pm.

Located at Spot Bay – East end of main North side road.

Proprietors – Tenson and Starrie Scott

Giving Thanks


The ‘Band’

Re-opening night freebies!

NIM Things – A unique shop featuring handcrafted local originals.


Caymanite Jewellery – Shell craft – Thatch works – Crochet – Gifts and Souvenirs! 

Hurricane Paloma and getting ready to re-open!

It’s been almost a year to date that Hurricane Paloma hit our small island and we are just now getting ready to re-open NIM Things. My grandmother was the first to move in and when she moved out then my parents and my great uncle moved in. Finally about two months ago my great uncle moved out of my gallery back to his fixed home and about two weeks later my parents was able to return to their fixed home.  Since then we have been working on getting my father Tenson’s work shed built back, which just finished day before yesterday. Still to be done is getting all his equipment up and running. He painted out my gallery for me and I’ve been able to fix that up.Simone's card