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Here’s to a wonderful 2019!

Can you believe it's the end of 2018 already? I've been having a great break catching up on a number of unfinished projects including my blog update. Time flies when you are having fun. It's summer here in the southern hemisphere and as we brace ourselves for another hot Christmas day (something that those

Slow Soap

It takes approximately three months before I make my natural handcrafted soaps available for sale. I often describe my soaps as fine wine that gets better with age. That is the nature of these pure olive oil soaps created without extracting the glycerine by-product beneficial for the skin or the addition of synthetic alternatives.

Market Stalling – reasons why I’m in it

As a maker and small business owner, I've been market stalling for almost 10 years. I'm based in the south-west of Western Australia, an area of sparse population within a relatively low populated state and country by global standards.  It has been crucial from a business point of view to find a space where

Some New Some Old

It’s hard to fathom that 2017 is nearly drawing to a close! I've had a good year balancing work, family, leisure and everything in between. Where to begin? There have been a few markets dropped and a few new ones added. I'm no longer at Gelorup Markets and the Stirling Street Art Centre Flea

Are there any shops that stock my products?

I sometimes get asked this question by customers at markets. I am glad to announce that four south-west outlets, Capel Bakery,  Vasse General Store, Harvey Visitor Centre and A Taste of Nannup stock some of my items as part of their drive to provide locally made products to their

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