So I went along to the Christmas Craft Market and Antique Evaluation on Saturday. The morning started out okay, but started to rain as soon as I got out of the car. Isn’t that always the way. Bad weather aside, I always enjoy coming along to this little fair and this time, I was even able to get some Christmas shopping out of the way – score!
I thought this stall’s creative candies were so clever.
I used to LOVE these floppy guys!
There really is something about wooden toys. I can’t put my finger on it, maybe it’s because they seem so far away from all the toys made of plastic, metal, sim cards and power chargers. Just simple toys that aid the imagination.
I think I’m currently a little overloaded on candles, so it was hard to resist to buying more from Soy Candles by Lynette and Coralee – email at: email@example.com
Fight the urge…Must. Not. Buy…. but sooooo pretty 🙂
A Lovely lavender lady called June creates all these Lavender inspired gifts and accessories. She insists she likes to keep busy and sources her lavender from local farms.
How cute are these prints from Will and Jacq – I just love the logo! I nabbed myself a couple of wheat bags for when winter rolls around.
A dreary day is the perfect weather for some Devonshire tea.
I loved Polly’s Beads playful nature in creating some unique critters. Learning that Polly gets to play in a bead store all day, it’s no wonder she can let her imagination go wild.
Handmade chocolates – oh so good. My favourite are the Chocolate hazelnut crackles and the dark chocolate with nuts.
The NSW Police band and Belinda Adams really belted a tune as they brought on the Christmas cheer with some Christmas favourites. It’s no wonder she made it into The Voice, she can really sing!
All in all, I had a great time and best of all was able to tick a few things off my Christmas list.
Love, Festival Girl