Ferrit had finally made her very own facebook page, and wanted to let all her friends know so they could join her. She would love to have their company
Ferrit just wanted to thank all the wonderful people that came and supported her at Kraftbomb today. With their support Ferrit was able to make a donation to the Pike River Miner's Trust Fund and support those in need.
Ferrit had been busy making a collection of new things for this weekends Kraftbomb. Lots of new bows including oversized ones and ones with touches of red, also new daisy hairclips, necklaces and brooches as well as large cross charms.
She was also going to be having a sale on all her golden goodness and pink striped wares to make room for her new things and Christmas treats. With $5 off their normal price, making all brooches $10 and necklaces $15
This Sunday 28th November
Grey Lynn Community Centre
Ferrit went for a little outing in Ponsonby yesterday to check out a boutique she had been meaning to go to for a while now called Douglas and Bec. As she strolled up to the shop front she was greeted by blooming potted plants at the door step.
there was a wonderful collection of things including lovely lamps and lights,
amazing furniture and accessories from Workroom
comical and humorous prints and photographs
and even some Ferrit flowers
The boutique stocks a carefully selected range of things from local designers such as
Dear Colleen, KatyDid and Sensitive Boyfriend, and international ones, Artecnica, Laura Lombardi, Frances Rose Is, plus many more
Ferrit suggested if strolling around Ponsonby to pop in and discover all the delightfulness on offer in one of her new favourite shops
9 St Marys Road
Ferrit had spent that last few days finishing off her Christmas wreath for Parnell Inc's "Good Wreath" Exhibition. She had made it up with lots of little screen printed soft objects and it was inspired by all the things that Christmas might mean to different people, from faith and religion, to love and romance, to presents and giving, to spending summertime by the sea and beaches.
Ferrit's wreath was going to be hung in MP designer fashion store at 401 Parnell Road , at the top of the hill. Along with Ferrit there was 20 other participating artists whose wreaths would be on display in various store and gallery windows around Parnell. The "Good Wreath" Exhibition runs from 19th of November until the 19 December with the wreaths being auctioned off on Trade Me, with 20% of proceeds being donated to NZ Gyneacological Foundation.
Ferrit was looking forward to taking a stroll around Parnell and spotting all the festivities and would do an update of the wreaths once they were all on display in the next few days
Ferrit heard there was going to be a Retro Fair this Sunday in Mt Eden at the War Memorial Hall on Dominion Road with lots of goodies on offer including clothing, textiles, vinyl, home wares and much more. She hoped she would have enough time on her busy Sunday to pop along and maybe pick up a few treats.
Auckland Art Week was up and running and Ferrit was happy to be part of the Society of Brilliant Ideas Open Studio Exhibition and Night Market tonight. It was going to be an insiders look in to this cool creative hub. With artist's exhibiting their work, and crafty things on sale, along with a band playing some sweet tunes. It was sure to be an interesting evening and Ferrit suggested everyone pop on down for a visit.
The Society of Brilliant Ideas
Open Studio Exhibition and Night Market
6.30pm - 9.30pm
Monday 8th November
35 High Street
Ferrit had finally finished all her uni work and she felt oh so very happy to be free! She thought she should share an image of some of her work that was going to be exhibited next week as part of the AUT AD10 Festival
Now that Ferrit had finished she was going to have more time to concentrate on her crafty projects. She had lots of exciting news about upcoming endeavors which she would be sharing over the next few days.