Below find information about the products for sale by some of our regular stall holders. More to come!
- Textile wall-hangings and table mats
- 100% cotton shopping bags
- Acrylic paintings ready to hang
- unframed water colour paintings
- miniature paintings, button art
Everything on my stall is handcrafted by my self.
Some of the Canvases and fabrics that I use are recycled along with the buttons.
Re-useable Beeswax Wraps
Made from 100% natural ingredients
Each fabric design used in our collections is carefully selected and it has to be either 100% Cotton or 100% Organic Cotton. Made with love right here in Papakura.
- Eco-friendly alternative to plastic packaging
Three distinctively kiwi books for children by a local author :
- Pigs can fly
- SAVING THE TURTLE
Rio Davies-Wishing Stall
Hand beaded necklaces and luck charms, glitter shake jars, hand-sewn felt toys, hand-beaded hats, Balloon animals. New products every month, add a little magic to life . Many of my products have a secondary focus on stimuls; items that can help people with sensory disorders like autism and ADHD. All hand made, often with up-cycled materials.
Nanny Kura Walker-harakeke
Choose from a stunning selection of kete, potae and other treasures made locally by Nanny Kura. Be sure to make time for a chat and a laugh as well.
Emma Betts-upcycling queen
Wind chimes from old silver cutlery, and wooden sun-catchers.
Jewelry made from cogs, upcycled chains and from broken jewelry.
Wooden parts are made from
old pallets or broken drawers etc.
Mistress of Time Steampunk Jewelry
Paula Kroese- Sewing, crochet and Knitting
New- 'Lockdown' rugs
Antoinetta de Jong
Sculptural art work turns repurposed items into decorative and useful treasures. Hand made cards and other items all touched with artistic flair. Choose beautiful and sustainably made gifts.
Great selection of hand-crafted jewellry
Finn is 13yrs old, he is on the autism spectrum and is home-schooled. Initially as part of a school project he had created a small business model to sell a range of accessories, necklaces, earrings, stitch markers and such. Finn has had to understand costings, document all his work, set prices and make the items he has to sell as well as establishing profits. Finn has enjoyed the project and has moved to further creating and designing individual pieces.