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Snapshots Of Market Day // Creative On The Coast...





So last weekend finally came! If you have been following along with my Instagram and Facebook pages you'll know what's been happening. I can now proudly say I've done my first ever market stall...YAY! It's something I've always wanted to have a go at , and for awhile there thought I was going to be a fairy doing kids face painting! I'm very thankful I went in a different direction. I think the kids would have all ended up with camoflage stripes under their eyes by the end of the day, haha. All credit to those who love to be the 'face painting fairies'.  

Here are a few snap shots (not the clearest photos but you get the idea). I really enjoyed setting out the stall with the great company of my mother, Vivienne and my friend Babs. These two also poured their hearts into making some fantastic items for the stall, adding to the variety. Mum, @gretashandcraft  made some beautiful crochet and knitted items, ranging from baby blankets to pineapple tea cosies. Babs, @patchworkcactus  put together some awesome plywood pictures of clouds, cactus, and little houses. Everything worked so well together complimenting my weavings beautifully.

While we didn't come out millionaires... I can say that we had such a positive first time experience and we are definitely looking to the future and setting our sights on more market adventures.

ps. If you visited us at 'Creative On The Coast' markets and you missed the opportunity to purchase a weave or another item, it's not too late! I invite you to contact me via my email pinchmebeautiful@gmail.com
I'm also in the process of setting up my online store (more on that soon). I'd love to hear feedback from any market goers! xx





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  1. Bec it looks fab - what a great combo with your Mum & Babs! You h ave been busy, all of those weaves look great xx

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    1. Thanks Ash. Yeh no weaving happening this week :) xx

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  2. I'm in major L.O.V.E with your beautiful market stall and products! Love your weaves and wish so much I could buy one but you know the customs tax here in Belgium is way too much! No fun at all. Looks like your creating your self a fabulous little business. Well done. I love following your progress. Maria x - www.pastelsandmacarons.com

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    1. Poo Belgium tax!! wish I could get one over to you. Thank Maria for your support and kind words :) xx

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  3. Aren't markets the best?! Your weaves look beautiful hanging up at your stall Bec. Lovely to hear you had a great day - and how cool that you could share it with your Mum and Babs.

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