23 March 2011

Meet me at the market!!

15 and 21 may I am participating in two markets with Dig&Mig.
The first one is here in Heiloo where I live. They call it the spring market, and you can find around 130 different kinds of sellers with all kinds of things. It’s behind a big monastery/church and is quite a nice market with a great atmosphere. Carrousels for the kids and riding ponies live music and lottery and a lot of different things to buy.


 
The other market is especially for people hoe loves handmade stuff and things which are a bit different from what you can buy in a normal shop.
The crafty market is an event where designers, artists and other cool creative people come together to show and sell their own homemade products and designs.
The special thing about this market is that the participants come from all over, and the diversity is big. You just don’t know where to look.
The Crafty market is so great and special, that a lot of visitors from the market get a big boost of energy and inspiration from all the products to start themselves.
For the all over public the Crafty market is almost dangerous to visit. It’s impossible to leave the market without a big bag filled with hade made goodies and presents for friends, family, neighbors or love one’s.
If you are in the neighborhood of these too markets you have to come!!. It’s worth it and I would be happy to see a lot of familiar faces. You might profit from great discounts as well.
For more information about the Crafty market, take a look here (sorry!! only if you understands dutch)
 
 

2 comments:

  1. Hei Marianne
    For noen fantastiske omgivelser å gå på marked i !!!! Skulle gjerne gjerne vært der.
    Glad helg til deg!
    Stor hilsen fra Kaspara

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  2. Hej Kaspara, Det kunne være skæg at møde en masse bloggere der, men vi bor jo desværre så langt fra hinanden. Men skønne omgivelser er det afgjort.

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