I took my camera and snapped some pics at the end of the day when the crowd had quietened down and I could have a little breather. There were some seriously amazing things there! I felt a little like I was at the Finders Keepers market (or how I imagine it would feel since I have sadly never been to one). The quality was amazing and I wish I had lots of money to go buy all the pretty things. But I had to be content with just taking photos, which I will share with you all and perhaps you will see something you like!
This is a bit of a mega post so prepare yourself for lots of photos!
I was able to do photos from a balcony (Finders Keepers style hehe), doesn't it look so cool! The market was held in the State Theatre.
Photos of some of my new things - a few new hand painted mahogany pendants.
Hand stitched and embroidered felt brooches. I love the bunny ones I made!! I don't normally fall in love too much with my own work (I'm a harsh personal critic!), but this one my excitement about it rose stitch by stitch. I'll have some in the etsy shop soon.
Little Finnish cottages, I wish my place looked like this.
I made washi tape bunting to hang above my table, it's a little hard to see but you get the gist!
My neighbour Little Mo & Friends, she always has such an amazing looking stall, so jealous!
Lovely pod necklace by Eden Dreams.
Also by Eden Dreams.
This necklace was so hard to get a photo of! The lighting was a little dark in this area so combined with my shaky hands it was tough but I managed to get one that was reasonably in focus. Necklace by Novella-Ria.
This photo and the above photo are sweet mother and daughter dresses by Dizzy Daisy. If I had a child I would have snapped up several of those outfits!
Aren't all these felted foxes and bunnies, plate necklaces so so wonderful?! All made by A Story Of.
These 3 photos feature Enid Twiglet (best name ever!).
Lovely softies by Anna Hadwin.
Tall Rabbit make seriously the cutest things ever!
The most beautiful letterpressed coasters by Fluid Ink.
This is one of the nicest stalls I saw there. It's a small collective of friends called Small Things.
I don't who made these out of the collective but they are so cute! A friend bought me the pug one as a house warming gift, it's going to look perfect in my display cupboard.
Amazing illustrator Natasha Muhl, who is also very nice to chat to.
These owls were part of her display and she let me take one home!
And last but not least, Moss & Twig. I would never have the patience to sew each of those scales individually so I am in absolute awe of her.
So as you can see it was a great day, I had fun meeting new people (for a bit of an introvert like me that's not very often, I tend to shy away from talking to people I'm not familiar with) and I am so so excited for future Made on the Left's!