One of the first recycled glass bottles that I started using was a Banrock Station Sparkling White Shiraz! Yes, the drink is quite nice, but the environmental messages from Banrock Station are also very important. They are extremely eco-conscious in their company, and I love that. It matches with my philosophy on recycling and being aware of the impact we are having on the environment.
This jewellery set shows off the beautiful colour of the Banrock Station wine bottle perfectly. It’s an ice blue tone that looks great on a lot of skin colours.
Now it’s time to say thanks to all of the galleries and shops that sell my work. Without you this life would be a lot harder! Thanks for taking a chance on my work, and I’m glad it’s working out for most of you.
Thanks to everyone who stopped by to chat, look at and buy my jewellery yesterday. There are many, many places where you could have spent your time and money, and I am so incredibly grateful that yesterday some of you chose me.
Last year the first ever “Etsy Made Local” market in Adelaide was simply amazing. The weather was perfect, the street was beautiful and filled with some great vendors selling beautiful products. I had a super time there, and I’m looking forward to being part of the event again this weekend. The event in Adelaide runs alongside the French Market, so two for the price of one…even though it’s free entry!
I have made lots of things for this market, and I’m hoping that it’s enough, but I’m also happy to post orders to people for anything that I don’t have, and I’ll even do that for FREE!
I’m spending as much time in the studio as I can (in between everything else). I’m getting ready for my final market of this year! It’s on Saturday, in Unley. It’s the Etsy Made Local market, and it’s going to be massive. I’ll have all sorts of new and old pieces available on the day, and if I don’t have what you want/need, then I’ll post it to you for FREE the next week!
I have been running this business for nearly 8 years now, and I’m still surprised at how busy things get in November! I tend to do more markets in November also, and that seems to add to the general busy-ness.
I just wanted to take a moment to let you know how grateful I am when people choose to buy my work. There is a LOT of choice when it comes to jewellery, and I am always very humbled when someone makes their choice my jewellery.
I haven’t been able to do this market for a while now, so I am really looking forward to heading to Mount Barker to be part of the Penny Lane Market. The Christmas Pageant is also on Saturday, so this makes a good option for those people who don’t want to watch the pageant…or want something to do after the pageant ends.