The Something Fine Project is a lovely little website that sources drawings, poems, photos, writing and everything else about the feelings of first love. It's an interesting read with lots of pretty good artwork, photography and text. The website is based on media submissions by different people...some anonymous, some not. You can see my small input into the site :)
The website takes submissions from anyone so if you have a piece of artwork/photo/poem that you would like to contribute to the website, you just have to email the creator Karys via the 'Contribute' link.
I think it's a fun concept and if you've got something that relates, it's worth contributing. Or even just stop by to have a look at what's up there already and be inspired.
The Hello Bureau will have a stall at the Perth Upmarket this September! This is really exciting as it will be my first Upmarket experience as a stall holder. I've visited the Upmarket many times and always leave saying, "I hope one day I'll have my stall here." So I was pretty stoked when I got accepted!
The market is in September (my favourite month FYI) on Sunday 8th from 10am to 4pm. From my experience I would advise you to go early as things do sell out fast. There's also heaps of food and sweet treats to keep you buzzing! Overall it's a wonderful Sunday outing :) Hope to see you there!
Finally! After months of procrastination and reading instructions, I have setup a mailing list and sent out the first e-newsletter today! Woohoo! Funnily enough, it wasn't actually as hard as I imagined it to be.
To sign up there's a mailing list box in the 'Keep In Touch' page on the website or you can sign up in person at my market stall. I promise not to spam your e-mail with too many pretty things! :)
The neon & kraft gift tag set is now available at my online stores. I really love the contrast between the bright neon colours against the natural brown kraft! In this set I have chosen to include ten neon gift tags (two of each colour), five kraft brown gift tags and five white gift tags along with twine, mini pegs and kraft brown heart stickers.
Each gift tag has been cut with my ever-so-wonderful die-cut machine and the holes have been reinforced by me.
A FAQ that I receive is: what are the pegs for? They are simply an alternative to tying the gift tag onto the gift. It also adds a bit of whimsy to your gift wrapping :)
Wow! What another great Made on the Left market! There were plenty of new stalls with items I hadn't seen before and I had the opportunity to meet some really creative Perthians. Despite the shaky weather, it was still a great turn out and it looked like everyone was having a good time. Thank you to those who stopped by my stall and supported my handmade goods! If you missed out on this MOTL, make sure you come to the Christmas one - it's going to be good!!
And just some awesome goodies I picked up on the way...
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