Sunday, April 29, 2012

I Have Some Exciting News!

India spent our profits on face painting :)
Thank you all for your wonderful support for my stamp jewellery. We had a great day the markets yesterday, although it was a quite day I did get a lot of positive feedback on my designs. I even had two 12 years old boys comment that my pieces were really unusual and that they really liked them, love 'em. I made a few sales and have taken a few custom orders as well. One Australian stamp necklace is on its way to New York! If there is a particular design you are after let me know and I may be able to make something for you too.

I also met with the lovely Sarah from Little Finch, a gorgeous boutique of handmade and homemade items sourced locally. They also run workshops, including felting, sewing, quilting etc on-site as well. The great news is that A Treasured Past jewellery will now be available for sale through the boutique!

I would like to thank Sarah and Jennifer for giving me the opportunity to showcase my designs.

You can find Little Finch at 78 Wallace Street, Braidwood, open 7 days. They have a facebook page and dedicated website where you can also purchase their items online. Click on the hyperlinks for more details.






















I hope you enjoy a restful Sunday and that the coming week is a lovely one. I must mention that India is turning 8 on Thursday so I will be busy with the final planning for her party next weekend. I was inspired by Simmones 60 gorgeous birthday cakes in this post, but I have taken the easy way out and order the puppy cake from Breadtop as India just loves it. Take care, T x

9 comments:

polkadotpeticoat said...

Oh how fun and you met other talented ladies just like yourself....

Kylie said...

That is awesome news Tam. Well done and congrat's. Your stamp jewellery deserves a bit more exposure I think. Don't forget to save me a queen ring now that you're a busy entrepreneur!!!

p.s. glad you like the china girlies, sweet aren't they...real lace skirts too, I thought of you the second I saw them x

Bella Gingell said...

I love your stall and am impressed to see your blog's banner on the table. It is so good to see a peaceful verdant scene as I am sat here in the UK; dark skies, cold northern winds and rain lashing at my window. (It is my fault; I put my winter jumpers away in March when it was hot).

I am not surprised your stamp jewellery has gone down well at all. It is a clever way of showcasing these beautiful little pieces of art and making them your own.

Good luck with the cake and 'happy birthday' to India.

Shabby Vintage Junk said...

Oh YAYYYYYYY Tam....CONGRATULATIONS Lovey....!!!!!

I can't wait for my piece to arrive....New York.... Melbourne....I wonder where your pieces will turn up next.....!!!!!

Cheers,
Tamarah xx

Vintage Sweetheart said...

I'm glad you had a good time! IGood luck with your stamp jewellery it's beautiful. xx

Meg said...

Well done Tam!

vintageandart said...

That IS exciting news about your gorgeous jewellery Tam and is totally deserved....also please pass on birthday wishes to India...her cake choice sounds delish!!

Miss Simmonds Says said...

I love your stamp jewellery ! I hope you sell loads!

Vintage Jane said...

Hi Tam - So glad you had a good day and I am not at all surprised that your jewellery went down so well. It is original and that's what people love. Have a great week. M xx