Love in August



Some sad news arrived the other day with our local farmers market closing down.
Winter is a tough time for markets in generals and this is the reason I did not plan one for July. I think we all needed a rest (I know I did!) and hopefully we can come bouncing back - fresh as a daisy and ready to get back into another season of marketing.


With the closing of the Farmers market I have thrown open the doors to all things home grown - home produced - and home made. I have always wanted more foodie stalls at our market as it fits so lovely into our themes. I have always respected the farmers market enough to not fully pursue more food stalls - and we ran our market on at the same time slot as them to give the locals more variety in town. 
So far we have received many bookings from yummy locals - Cheeses - Bread - Baking - Jams - Honey - Veggies....and I feel more to come.
This is a new era for Made With Love and I am thrilled at the prospect of us becoming the local "Deli" of the town.


Not only do we have new foodies attending but also your favorite creators and some new stall holders offering their unique craft and design. 

Sniiff - sniiiiffffff - sniiiiifffffffff
I can smell a good morning coming up
Mxo

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Michelle Walker is a Tasmanian born creative. An Artist for life, Visual Arts Teacher, Graphic Designer, Photographer, Hairdresser by trade and mother to two beautiful children.

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