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  • Hello, thanks for stopping by. I'm a graphic designer by trade and am trying to build a creative life that will financially support me. My passions include fabrics, paper and print - and I design and hand make a range of accessories, fabrics and paper products. I live on the coast south of Melbourne, Australia with my husband. Almost daily walks on the beach keep me inspired to create.

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Friday, 01 May 2009


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Great site,this information really helped me , I really appreciate it.Thanks a lot for a bunch of good tips. I look forward to reading more on the topic in the future. Keep up the good work! This blog is going to be great resource. Love reading it.


I hope your market was a great success . As for your exciting week off ....I was free this week too and I got to let the meter reader in and listened to the young man three doors down practise drum rolls . But I did also get to lie in and eat breakfast in peace .


These pillows are perfect!


Aren't you glad you made it to Safeway just in time for a fire drill. I got evacuated from Aldi during the heatwave because the power went out. We had to just leave our trolleys and go home because we couldn't pay for anything (which meant that we had to go somewhere else and start all over again...aaaggghhhh)!
Good luck at the markets on the weekend. It's jam packed with marketty goodness all over town this Saturday!


I got very close to a lyrebird up at Badger Weir about 2 weeks ago! Must be used to the tourists. I couldn't work out my new camera, so I got lots of blurry pics as it foraged (sic). My kids couldn't have cared less! Good luck tomorrow. I was hoping to come up to the Chestnut Festival, but I've got Yarra Glen market on Sunday so I can't make it.


I wish I could come to your market. Would be lovely. How lucky are you to see a Lyrebird. Rare, rare, rare sighting. We have heaps of brush turkeys around us and they live in the same scrub as lyrebirds so I'm always hoping that noisy bugger near the track will be a lyrebird.

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