"watery colours"

Miss Ferrit was looking forward to her final watercolor class with the lovely Miss Dawn Tan tonight at Harvest Workroom where she was going to finish off her Coconut Mountains recipe painting.

Class photo of practice food packaging paintings from Dawns blog- handmadelove

Ferrit loved Dawn's quirky, crazy and fun foodie drawings and wanted to share a few of them with everyone.

For a big selection of Dawns work Ferrit suggested going for a browse through her

"flowers for foxes and a few other things"

Ferrit was happy to report that she had finally sent away a little parcel of goodies to the lovely Foxes online shoppe. She'd made a small bundle of single stem roses and bunches of daises, as well as some key, rose and cross necklaces. She hoped the postman was prompt enough so some of the stuff would be able to make an appearance at the amazing Auckland Art and Craft Fair this Saturday at the Aotea Centre in Auckland on the Foxes table. But if not they would be up for sale in the next week or so

"Hello Again"

Ferrit was sorry she hadn't been up to date in a while, it had taken a wee while to get organised at her new home in Yarraville.

She wanted to share a few photos from her Craft Hatch stall in March which was at the State Library of Victoria.

And also about her adventure to her very first Finders Keepers in Melbounre, which she thought was super. So many interestings things to look all under one amazingly large shed roof. With delicious food like vegan coconut cupcakes with key lime icing form Mister cupcake and the cool tunes of the Bon Scotts. Ferrit had to put a limit of what things she was allowed to buy and stuck to only getting pictures and prints for her new home. She would be posting about these soon

"Thinking of you all"

Ferrit was very saddened to hear about the tragic earthquake in Christchurch and wanted to send her love and hope to all the people down south battling with this tough time.

"Suitcase Success and a Vase Hunt"

Ferrit had spent the weekend searching for a suitcase to put all her crafty gears in and transport them from home to market. Whilst strolling in a cute little village called Yarraville in Melbourne she came across a secondhand and antique shop filled with lots of interesting goods. She spotted an old suitcase that would be perfect for the job

Ferrit had also been on the hunt for some new vases to put her roses in and found two in the same shop. She was going to continue her hunt as she needed a few more for her upcoming stall at Craft Hatch in a couple of weeks time