A few of our favourite things

screen-shot-2013-05-27-at-123946-pm1Handcrafted satchels and
Quirky white tea towels.
Beautiful t-shirts
All covered with grey owls
Colourful turbans and great statement rings,
These are a few of my favourite things!

Sure the poem needs to be read in the sing-song voice of Maria from the Sound of Music, but belt it out and you too will be swept up in the excitement of this weekend’s festivities!

The Finders Keepers Autumn/Winter Markets are back and in full flourish. No longer at Carriageworks, this year the markets will be held in Sydney at the Australian Technology Park in Eveleigh. The bigger the event, the bigger the venue and these ones are set to be huge! With over 200 designers from around Australia in the realms of stationery, fashion, jewellery, homewares and children’s toys, no one will be going home empty handed.

Here’s a little sneak peek of some of the designers that are set to feature:

Angus & Celeste have turned design on its head, or more accurately jelly moulds, as they transform them into funky hanging gardens. With beautiful wall clocks to boot you’ll see that it’s time to be inspired.


Bespoke Letterpress is truly from another age, using an antique cast iron letterpress to develop couture stationery, unmatched by modern-day techniques.


TMOD have developed a cult following as they experiment in experiential design. Cards you can scratch, rip, wear as hats or fold into planes. Bags you can make into dolls. Wrapping paper you can reuse as a game. Paint kits, which can transform spaces.


It’s all happening! As with all Finder Keepers Markets this one will entice all your senses, with a great line-up of Aussie artists set to play and Sydney’s best food trucks and bars to keep you sated. The event is for young and old and for only $2 entry it’s a must see!

Event Details
What: Finders Keepers Autumn/Winter Markets 2013
When: Friday 31st May 6pm-10pm and Saturday 1st June 10am-5pm
Where: Australian Technology Park, Exhibition Hall, 2 Locomotive St, Eveleigh
How much: $2 entry fee

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