Seems Like Friday is the day the whole family gets to Glen Waverley and the place is growing really fast.
There are so many stall holders with great creativity and unusual stock, here's a few.
Sometimes In my work I pick up things and forget to take photos of some great finds.
So by the time I remember there already priced and down at the centres.
Here's a few that got there portrait taken,
I'm Lucky to know a talented Lady who is a jewelry designer she makes beautiful brooches and necklace's from vintage cutlery .These are little pieces of art.Megan sells her jewellery at The Vintage Emporium and Felix in Dromana under the name "Creatures of the Greenwood."
My own beautiful brooch
Bird in a cage
a selection of her work
A cushion I made for her
with lots of animals
Get down to The Vintage Emporium at Tyabb and check out her work.
Now that the cars healthy again Been over to Glen Waverley done some stall changes and taken some more photos.
There's lots of new stall holders with fantastic new stock and great ideas.
With the long weekend upon us its time to head down and check out Melbourne's best kept secret.
Beautiful 1950s Prom dress
My new kids range made from 1970s fabric
A cute new stall
Unusual bits and bobs
Sock toys at Suburban Vintage
Rustic old wares
Milk bar vintage
Lots more to see so, as Molly said "do yourself a favour" and head down to 11a Aristoc road in Glen Waverley. Cheers Lyn
Uncle Tom and I spent Wednesday Working hard on the caravan deck.[Actually Tom worked hard on the deck and I made curtains for his new van].
One must use ones skills where they are of best use.
We spent around $40 dollars on timber, a tractor pallet for the base and a few scraps that were lying around at home.