Thursday, August 19, 2010

I simply had to share

These stunningly gorgeous postcards designed by the very ace Sarah from Style Me Gorgeous. Sarah whipped these up in a day, truely, just the one day. They are off to print but I will not have them until the end of August. There will be 2500 of them printed so if you are keen to help spread the word then let me know and I will pop some in the post as soon as I get my little hands onto them!!

I also have some A4 flyers being printed to be put up in kindy's, local community notice boards, businesses ... essentially anywhere I can get them. They are so so pretty

Yesterday I had a photo and interview for one of the local newpapers (the Macedon Ranges Telegraph for the locals), and will hit letter boxes next week. Another interview has been organised for the other major local paper which should appear in the week leading up the market. Did I mention that I hate having my photo taken? But what terrifies me even more is that there is the possibility of a TV interview for WIN news .... see the lengths that I go to for the market??

Ali xx

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

The September market is full

Just a quick post to let you all know that all of the stalls for the September market have been snapped up. Thank you to all of the wonderful businesses that applied, I really wish I had the space to fit you all in.

If you are curious who is retailing this time around have a looky at the September retailers page.

Ali xx

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Spoil yourself ... stay for the weekend in Woodend!

We are very excited to announce a fantastic accomodation package at the very beautiful Campaspe House in Woodend.

The bed & breakfast package for a double is normally $280 per night, but for those of you attending Sugar & Spice it is a ridulous $160 a night!! That is a massive saving of over 40% and is available the Saturday night prior to EACH market. Here is a description of this package from their website:
  • Be spoilt on arrival with our Campaspe Country House welcome drink, served in our gracious guest lounges, or in the historic Edna Walling gardens.
  • Relax in our intimate accommodation, with a choice of either a courtyard room with ensuite, or one of our two historic manor rooms (which are not ensuite but have their own private shower facilities).
  • Indulge in our extensive continental buffet, which is followed by an a la carté cooked breakfast, served in our restaurant.

So why not treat yourself to a lovely relaxing evening in a beuatiful boutique hotel, a sumptious breakfast in the morning and then a short stroll to all of the delights Sugar & Spice market offers ........ bring the kids along too (or not!!!)

To book this wonderful package simply contact Campaspe House and mention that you would like the Sugar & Spice Market accomodation special. Then simply sit back and dream of the lovely weekend you are going to have!