Well, here we are, officially past half way in our first alphabet journey!
There's not much to say about SweetNellie as it has been pretty tricky finding info about her.. what we do know is - her name is Trish and that she is incredibly talented!
Check out some of these gorgeous critters!!
above: tulip peep
above: summertime peep
above: grace(images from SweetNellie)
Native Agent was launched in late 2004 to support and nurture NZ designers, craftspeople and artists.
Only stocking work designed and made in New Zealand, Native Agent has become a platform for emerging designers.
"When we established a business along creative lines, we wanted it to mean something, to embody the essence of our colonial and tribal histories, to celebrate the patterns of our lives in Aotearoa (New Zealand) and recognise and respect the creative minds that design and make beautiful things for us all to enjoy."
(images from Native Agent)
Visit Native Agent online
Visit Native Agent at 507 New North Road, Kingsland Auckland
See tomorrows O's for Rona Osborne, a creative force behind the Native Agent Store.
For the last ten years, Nature Baby has been establishing itself in the New Zealand baby market. Long before the words "organic" and "sustainable" were used in every day conversation, Nature Baby was providing its customers with innovative and modern products for the conscious parent.
Those first ten years have seen Nature Baby grow and transform into a thriving retail business, online store and wholesaler. Their product range has constantly evolved and continues to expand, giving all parents the opportunity to provide a healthy and positive environment for their children to grow.
Visit Nature Baby online
Visit Nature Baby's retail stores in Auckland (NZ): 433 Richmond Road, Grey Lynn and 4 Morgan Street, Newmarket.
Contact nature Baby for Stockists: telephone 09 630 8394
Cathy Cullis's blog November Moon is a showcase for her variety of creative works.
I am in awe and enormously inspired by her mixed media work. Cathy creatively and meticulously works with a range of materials - in particular, vintage haberdashery, papers, threads and yarns.
What looks to be quite simple machine stitching is no doubt a focused, deliberate and highly practiced skill, combining a sense of whimsy with immense artistic ability.
above: random poetry bird
above: brooch - her ceaseless desire
above: mixed media brooches
(images from Cathy Cullis)
Okey Dokey.. I hope you enjoyed N! O is tomorrow...see you then!!