On the 29th of October, I’ll be hosting a stall, along with author, writer and cat-lover Michelle Ainslie, at the Thriving Sustainable Community Market (it’s a mouthful, I know), at the Novalis Ubuntu Institute in Wynberg. Michelle will be selling second hand books from her personal collection, along with amazing ‘blind-date’ books – these are books wrapped in brown paper with a simple keyword on them. You buy them without knowing what they are, until you get home!
I will be selling a collection of book-related crafts, from bookmarks, to large candles (it’s all about ‘reading’ ambiance), amongst other things. As the craft market is all about Sustainable Living, which means everything is second hand, organic, natural and home-made, I can inform you that all the bits and bobs on sale at our stall will be 99% made-up of bits and bobs in my home (with the exception of thread, that I needed to get from the beads shop), mostly left over items from my Creative Workshop I run, along with left overs from personal projects. I have even utilised space on the side of my children book illustrations I am currently working on, to make original illustrated bookmarks.
There will be a R5 entrance fee to the market, to cover the cost of venue hire, band (there will be live music!) and staff hire. Outside there will be lots of tasty food stalls and inside will be myself, Michelle and lots of other stalls, waiting to be discovered!
If you are interested in going, or would like to find out more, you can read about it on their events page on facebook.
I have also pulled it through to my Inspired Workshops page – which you can follow, if you haven’t already!
I hope to see you all there!