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Photoshoot

I had the pleasure of working with Natalie Mendham a few weeks ago and I’m excited to share the images with you. Our aim was to capture the vast colour range and various effects that Nanna Woo has on offer. The focus was on the Homewares Range which has expanded from a single humble bowl, to dishes, platters and vessels all of varying size. Clocks are also in the prototype phase. Things are all go for Homewares right now!

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Homewares – Ocean with candle from Endemic Designs

 

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METANICAL

I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to everyone for showing their incredible support and love for the METANICAL range over the last year. I am very excited to be expanding this range this year and creating more one of a kind sparkly bespoke gardens for your hands,ears and neck plus some for your home! Each piece has a little story and most have a fragment of nature that we have collected while adventuring with our two glorious kiddies in Bicheno and surrounds! They especially love finding little gum nuts, seed pods and lichen clumps which we harvest thoughtfully… Thank you again! xx

PS: I feel a METANICAL giveaway coming up!

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Winter

It has been an amazing winter so far on the coast in the little town of Bicheno. I feel like I’ve been hibernating away from adding anything new to my blog. It’s far easier to stick it on Facebook or Instagram! And so, because of that, in the next few weeks you’ll see a little change of format on this page. Don’t worry, I’m not going anywhere, just reorganising things a bit!

Over the school holidays, Matt and I cleared out downstairs so I now have my own little space to keep/store/work in! It’s very exciting! Though I still find myself gravitating back to the kitchen table as the winter sun is just so damn nice up there!

Also, very exciting news is a few new lovely stockists! Mim Found Ena in Northcote, The Nook in Sandy Bay and the very latest is E for Ethel in my birth town of Adelaide!

A huge thanks for your continued support, I am driven to make every piece special and unique because that’s what you deserve!

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More Resin

I’ve been a busy bee creating for new stockists, tending to my sick kiddies and trying to keep the dishes off the sink… hmmm, can you guess which one gets the least attention? 

I’m not going to write too much, so I’ll just give you some pretty pictures to look at what I’ve been making! The first 3 photos shows the custom made collection for a lovely shop in my old stomping ground of Northcote. It’s a sweet little shop named Mim Found Ena. They are dedicated to handmade, ethical pieces…  ImageImageImage