Wednesday, September 10, 2014

The Olive Tree Market - Part 2 - Photo Safari

KW Candles
Local Newcastle Art
Avoca Beachside Markets

Happie Surf Craft 

Beep Bicycle Bells



 Fizzy Lime Creative by Mel Boyd
Sketch& Jones

Honey Bee Goods
Wilson and Wilson Silver Jewellery
Hush Rumble - See my last post for GIVEAWAY

Feedback Organic Recovery

Oscar and Matilda - See my last post for GIVEAWAY
Little Soap Ends from Thirty Degrees South Soap Factory

*Please ask permission if you are going to use any of my photos. Thank you kindly!


17 comments:

  1. Oh I love going to the markets! I'm loving the look of those candles and I'm a sucker for home made soaps! :-) xo

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  2. These are just such bright and funky photos, handmade crafts and products are just so special!

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  3. Thanks for taking the time to have a look @Emily @ Have A Laugh On Me. It's fun to watch people getting all creative!

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  4. Thank you @Michelle@myslowlivingadventure

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  5. Oh my goodness I would have been in 7th heaven. I LOVE those kind of markets. Oh and I want that hanging pineapple, and the lamps, and the cushions, and the door knobs...........

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  6. I love those little soap ends. There is so much cool stuff, what a fab market :)

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  7. @Alicia-OneMotherHen I think they are a total bargain and a great way to try all the different kinds of beautiful soap!

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  8. You mad me laugh so much @Robyn (Mrs D) The hanging pineapple is such an eye catcher, eh!? Next giveaway I'll do doorknobs for you! K.

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  9. Love the Fizzy Lime lamps! Markets like that are so great for discovering little gems :-) x

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  10. Those wool-covered lampshades. Holy!!!

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  11. So many beautiful things! I love those little wooden earrings.

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  12. Yes, much better than jumping on etsy. I do Love etsy but it's a lot of fun to see handcrafted things in person @Clare

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  13. So much eye candy! I'm going to have to save my pennies and come visit these markets! PS LOVING the new design!

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  14. I love the idea of a photo safari - I might have to try that myself! The Olive Tree Markets is such a great place to take photos - so many gorgeous things. I haven't been able to get to the markets over winter because of my daughter's netball commitments, but I've just added them to the calendar for October. Thanks for the reminder. Glad I found your blog via Newcastle Writes.

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