The Finders Keepers
Saturday was a pretty dreary day in Sydney. I didn't mind though because I was safe and sound indoors at Carriageworks at the Finders Keepers. I wasn't the only one who thought it was a good way to spend a rainy day - the place was packed.
In keeping with the paper theme, paper crafts abounded from a colourful paper installation, origami paper cranes and bright paper pom poms hanging from the rafters.
I bumped into Alischa from Bespoke Press who I met at the Autumn Markets a few months ago. There were lots of new stall holders at the Finders Keepers and I discovered some new paper favourites.
I fell in love with the beautifully crafted cheeseboards from Bickertonsmith. I didn't have enough arms or cash on me on Saturday but I have plans to buy one for my home.
As soon as I saw the goods in Mr and Mrs. White's shop, I was pretty sure I'd be buying something. I came home with one of their wooden crosses to give to a friend for Christmas. I do have a habit of keeping things though, so we shall see is she ever receives it!
I ran upstairs to get an overview of the building and the very large crowd in attendance.
Pom pom making classes were being held on Saturday and here are some of the pom poms on display.
I stayed until the first band of the day, Fergus Brown, came on. I couldn't help myself and had to take a classic band shot to end my day at the Finders Keepers.
Many thanks to Sarah from the Finders Keepers for inviting me along on Saturday.
Bye for now,