Travelling is such a luxury - to be away from the musts and shoulds, to completely mix things up so that there's no normal, and be gifted with time to process the crazy world we live in - reassess what's important, or exciting or meaningful.
Very soon after arriving home I needed to ready some new products for the Arts Centre, so I went into a crafting frenzy for a few days and some pretty random things came out of it, I'm dying to work on some more when I've cleared the mounting pile of to-dos.
The draining heat of Cambodia has made me appreciate the brisk, clear air of Huskisson, days of infinitely-blue skies and the sun so warming. Perfect for bundling on your boots, big coats, scarves and beanies, have some coffee or soup, or a chilli con carne pie from the Husky Bakery. Go for a solid walk in the eucaliptus-scented bush or along the weed-drenched bay shoreline. Then come in to the Emporium, out of the icy wind and be inspired by all the lovely old and hand-crafted things!
|Fair trade products from our trip to Cambodia now available!|
|Hand-cut leaf bookmarks with bead dangles|
|Denim buntings made from old jeans|
|Recycled doily pendant necklace|
|Clay doily-press pendant necklace|
|Moon goddess face hand-sculptured & |
wired with beads
|Moon goddess face, hand sculptured|
with feather charm
|Wire pendant with glass beads, adjustable velvet choker.|