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Saturday, 4 April 2009

Riley and the Sleeping Dragon at Mathilda's Market!

I'm really excited to be selling and signing books at Canberra's inaugural Mathilda's Market this Sunday 5th April. Mathilda's Markets have been doing great business in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney and Perth, and Canberrans will now be treated to this luscious boutique market for babies and kids.
Other sellers of gorgeousness include Brindabella Baby, little living designs, Flaunt It Photography, Wombagully Wonders, The Emperors Laundry, Cinnamon Bear, Bitz4kidz, Posie, Handle with Care, Kate Pearson, Alicia Gabriel Designs, H for Handbag, ReVa, red instead, Urban Threads, Rogers and Reynolds, Little Adventures, poppy bean and bloss, and Tiger Tribe. Come along and support these talented Canberrans and be treated to some serious eye and heart candy for your little ones.Here's a little tempter from the Mathilda's Market website... http://www.mathildasmarket.com.au/

"...Mathilda's Market is a fabulous niche market that offers unique, stylish and affordable baby and kids wares that are lovingly handmade, from limited production or simply divine. We hand pick our artists, designers and retailers to ensure an exciting product range.

You will discover a vast variety of funky, unique and gorgeous clothing (for example organic cotton, vintage, 70's, etc) wooden letters, canvasses, soft & wooden toys, soft leather shoes, travel activity packs, room decor, bags, paintings, fun & personalised accessories, vintage-inspired products, musical instruments, handcrafted jewellery, fairy & dress up costumes & accessories, hair accessories, doll houses & accessories, linen, sleepwear, scooters and so much more! And all this for your little ones ... it's a kid's shopping haven..."

Pack up the littlies and come along. See you there!
Sunday 5 April 2009
Manuka Oval, Griffith
10am-2pm

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