Featured: Sponsor Welcome

A very big welcome to my sponsors for June!  I have the featured platform on my blog in order to promote local business as well as creative / crafty people who are just starting out in business.  I aim to assist them to get exposure and I know you are going to be kind and lovely and support them too!  Whether part time or full time it is a big commitment to take on your own business and anyone willing to take the leap needs our support!  

Let me tell you a little about them...

Two Acres Tearoom:  A beautiful setting and truly delicious food made with love - this is what you will discover if you visit!  Find Two Acres opposite the Shongweni Farmers Market - 1 Country Lane - Assagay.

Happiness Is:  Fathima the creative behind this blog is also really wonderful at designing inspired graphics.  Do you need a logo or or some new business cards?  Get in touch with her.

*Catherine's:  Winter is here and the idea of snuggling up at home sounds very appealing!  Catherine's hand-crafted scarves will keep you warm and cosy even if you have to leave the safety (& warmth) of your bed.

*Mooi:  You know Mooi!  The shop full of South African local talent and vintage treasures.  Visit them at 100 Bulwer Road, Glenwood, Durban.

*Lulu Yesteryear Redeemed:  Vintage, antiques and items long forgotten are rescued and redeemed!  Irene has some great pieces online and her I heart Market stall is a must visit.

Each month I also giveaway a spot to a project I feel deserves it.  This month's space is awarded to Rollin Vintage.  A new shop opened by a creative duo in Howick offering a secure, well run option for crafters to stock their products.

The sponsors marked with a star* will also be giving away a prize this month!  Good news - I say!

Would you like to be featured - email me for rates or are you doing something to serve the handmade / craft community and think you deserve a free spot - if so email me with a link to your blog or site as well as a short motivation on why I should select you.

I love this illustration from Fathima's blog - Happiness Is.