Top Mother's Day picks from the TasNetworks Craft Pavilion
Posted by Kasey Wilkins
Posted May 06, 2017
Candles, soap, and jewellery galore will make a perfect present for mum this Mother's Day
Look no further than the TasNetworks Craft Pavillion for a last minute Mother's Day present.
The wares at Willow Tree Lane are so beautiful you'll want definitely want to grab something for yourself. Beautiful jewellery, digital prints, soy wax candles, and potted succulents are on display and are all handmade in Launceston.
The Hawthorne Hill Farm stall is the best place to go for jams, pastes, and biscuits. The farm is located in Lebrina, where they grow some seriously delicious produce.
SoapOrders are showing off a vast range of absolutely delicious smelling soaps and soy candles. The scent of champagne and strawberries and Chanel No. 5 will delight your senses as you look over the colourful Australian-made soaps.
The Little Card Boutique is a one stop shop for your gift card needs. Not only do they sell creative Mother's Day cards, but also a wide range of other greeting cards, bamboo bookmarks, and more.
If you're looking for a sweet treat, Lady Jane Biscuits are the place to go. Handcrafted in Scottsdale, their artisan biscuits made with love and their technique is so incredibly detailed that they're almost hard to eat.
Vintage Lane have beautiful handmade glass cabochon earrings, rings, and pendant necklaces on display, all made in Ulverstone.
There are five enormous sheds in the Craft Pavillion exhibiting more than 100 craftspeople. Be sure to pop up to the Craft Pavilion to check out these great stalls and much more.