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Market - The Handmade Expo

The Handmade Expo Market is a market of everything handmade and handgrown ranging from plants and fresh local farm produce to cupcakes, fudge, jams, pickles & greek treats to children's clothing, accessories, jewellery, toys, timber work, pens, key rings and much much more. Welcoming upto and over 100 stallholders monthly, the most established run market in Ipswich. Also incorporating steam train rides monthly with the expo, why not make a day of it, fun, shopping, trains and friends. Free Parking, Free Entry!

THE IPSWICH INDOOR BAZAAR

The Ipswich Indoor Bazaar is the regions only indoor markets with a huge variety of handmade and vintage stalls as well as food vendors, gourmet, plants and information booths. With free entry and free parking the markets are held the last Sunday of every month at the Ipswich State High School, Hunter St Brassall. Wander the stalls in comfort and out of the elements.A great day out for all the family the first market for 2010 Sunday 28th February. New stallholders and entertainers are always welcome with site fees starting from $20.

InSpyR365

A visual blog with a global decor feel. Hopefully to InSpyR you for 365 days..

Arts and Crafts on the Gold Coast

Display of my craft creations.

Market - The Handmade Expo

The Handmade Expo is a large market based in Ipswich. Featuring over 100 stallholders every month selling their handmade wares ranging from kids clothing and accessories to farm produce, timber furniture, jams and pickles, cupcakes, plants, toys, jewellery, definitley something for everyone. Check our blog www.thehandmadeexpo.blogspot.com for dates. Free Entry, Free Parking, fabulous day out. New stallholders always welcome. Phone 0422 876 154 or download our booking form and terms and conditions straight from our blog. Email thehandmadeexpo@optusnet.com.au

Consumption Rebellion

I started this blog when I decided to not buy anything brand new for an entire year. That year ended in September 2007 and having learned why I buy, I'm now attempting to consume without exploiting.

ethikl - handmade, natural & organic artisan marketplace

In the tradition of a local farmers’ market, Ethikl caters to small artisan producers who use organic, natural, or recycled ingredients or make their products by hand and have limited exposure. Sellers have the opportunity to set up virtual storefronts to post their wares and share information. One of the main aims of Ethikl is promote and support the ethical consumer movement and encourage shoppers to make positive buying decisions, such as favoring ethical products, be they fair trade, cruelty free, organic, recycled, re-used, or produced locally.

The Emma Experience

I am a Mum and a Crafter. I spend my days at home with my kiddo and together we make gorgeous things and sell them online, and at markets and festivals around the place.

Miss Monny Quilts

I retreat into my own little space to get some well deserved therapy of sewing, quilting, photos, books, patterns and all things tactile! Join me in my little world...

The advenutres of a (not so) frugal family

Our journey into frugality and sustainability living. Thrifty and helpful tips, cheap and green craft ideas, made from scratch cooking, home made cleaning products and smart shopping
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