Wednesday, October 29, 2008

boutique market

I'll be at the designers emporium market this Sunday from 9am -to 3pm so please drop in and say hello. This is a boutique market aimed at unique talent and boutique items and after a peek at the list of stall holders on the website there seems to be something for everyone.
It's held on the 1st Sunday of every month at Everton Park Hotel,
101 Flockton St, Everton Park QLD.

Thursday, October 23, 2008

hot toffee now available at Province

Hello & sorry for my lack of posting recently - it's been a busy couple of weeks with visitors, markets and new stockists (details & photos below).

Hot toffee is now available at 'Province' 197 Brisbane Street Ipswich. Naomi George, owner & manager of Province has an amazing selection of vintage & classically styled furniture and interior collections - there is something for everyone. The setting for this beautiful store is an old building that has been lovingly restored and features gorgeous wall paper, painted trims - not a single detail has been overlooked and the result is nothing less than breathtaking!

Just a few doors up is more temptation with coffee & cakes at Cactus Espresso Bar .

Friday, October 10, 2008

life portraits - Hang Le

Hang Le is a Melbourne based photographer who takes photos of people of all ages and occasions through life - from musicians to 2 week old newborns. Through the lens Hang is able to capture a moment in time and tell each persons' individual story. In perfect time for Christmas she is offering a special promotion for newborn, maternity, children & family portraits - so if you are in the Melbourne area and would like to book a sitting or learn more about this talented photographer visit Faces and Features Photography or Hang Le on redbubble .

Thursday, October 2, 2008

a cup a day

I love green tea & I love my collection of cups even more! It's calming when it comes to that time in the afternoon when a break is needed - sitting out on the deck letting myself rest for a minute - this particular cup was a gift from my partner's parents, bought from a local potter's studio on a trip together in Northern Japan. We have one each, different shapes and colours but definitely thrown by the same potter.