More markets, more happy! Tomorrow, Saturday October 24, I’ll be selling jewellery at Mt. Albert War Memorial Hall as part of the lovely CT Markets. It all starts at 10am and will be over by 2pm – grab your kids who’ll be easily lured along because Rocket Park is right next door! If you read […]
I’m currently working so hard to catch up with lack of income during the lockdown, that I’m booking myself in for tons of things! Happy news is that I do have a few markets coming up, including this one on Saturday, July 11 from 10am at Mt Eden War Memorial Hall.
So excited for this one that I will actually miss out on the Auckland Folk Festival this time: My first multi-day market will be the Auckland Anniversary Weekend Market 2020 at Queens Wharf! Over three days there’ll be art, jewellery, clothing, skincare and plants, I hear! Obviously there’ll be food and coffee as well as […]
On December 19, we’ll have a very special St Kevins Arcade Market on K’Rd to give you one more chance to get some unique gifts you wouldn’t be able to find anywhere else. From 6pm, smack bang in the entrance to the Arcade! While reading on, listen to this – it’s Sojourn who’ll be playing […]
I usually prefer staying closer to town with markets, but when I saw there’ll be a German Christmas Market in Green Bay on November 30, I messaged them to ask if I could join them with a stall. It’ll be my first time in a gazebo, so let’s hope the weather will be awesome as! […]
I hear this market is quite legendary in its awesomeness! This Saturday marks the 40th anniversay of the Michael Park School Fair in Ellerslie, and I’ll be there, selling jewellery, as I do, from 9.30am. It’s all a big fundraiser for the school with many many stalls and activities school-wide. You can find me in […]
A big thank you to the team of Crafternoon Tea Markets for a fantastic Grey Lynn Night Market yesterday! The whole family had a blast and I’ll share Opi’s photos in a gallery below. Yes. photos taken by a 7-year-old with an SLR. Start ’em early! My favourite stalls were the needle felt one […]