Life As A Bird…

despite the horrendous weather on Saturday morning, the days cleared enough for me to pack mason in the car and head to the Niche markets which were held in Launceston for three days. The markets showcase up and coming designers and give shop owners a great opportunity to get their hands on locally made products to sell in their stores…I just go for the shopping!
This particular stall above and belongs to the gorgeous Emma of ‘Life As A Bird’ Florist. Emma supplied the flowers for the last Wedding I done and her work is just stunning.
These white Peonies were just beautiful.
Emma’s Florist business is located in The Vintage Rose, which as you know is my favourite store in Launceston…hands down! Emma has also started a blog which shows some of Em’s work and her antics! She is such a sweetie, so head to her blog and tell her I said Hi!

Another amazing talent is Sophie from ‘That Vintage’. Her wooden pendant necklaces are my absolute fave and I have just bought some Christmas presents from her this weekend. Sophie’s work is in the latest issue of Peppermint Magazine and she is a regular at many markets around town as well as having her designs in nearly every shop I seem to enter these days as well as all over the country and now in NZ too!
You can visit Sophie’s online store to view her great jewelry HERE
Some of the other great designers at the market were-
Red Bamboo
Hello Kitty…the best cookies EVER!
Rebecca Roth (my kind of chunky rings!)
Dick & Dora
and many more!
Ness xx

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  • Hello Ness,

    Wat a beautiful blog you have!

    groetjes from Holland, Madelief

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  • How amazing did Emma’s stall look! Thanks for visiting, Ness – and the little blog feature! I got your order yesterday and will work on it today for you :o) Hope everything goes well with your sister and her new babe! x

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  • Hey Ness, thanks heaps for the little story on my stall and me 🙂 maybe a few more ppl might follow me now. No doubt ill see you in the shop reallll soon 🙂 x

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