New stockist: Tea Pea

I am really honoured to announce that Emma Makes will now be stocked at Tea Pea in Khandallah.

I first met Meg from Tea Pea years ago at Craft 2.0 – she always had something new and beautiful to buy and is someone with ingrained style and good taste. She’s recently also opened a shop in Khandallah in Wellington and I, for one, can’t wait to visit. Here’s the details about where and when they’re open.

Tea Pea will stock Emma Makes purses in bright summer colours and a selection of pencils. They’re on the courier tomorrow.

tea-pea-pursesP.S. When you visit, make sure you stop into Dunshee’s Deli too.


2 Responses to New stockist: Tea Pea

  1. Jax says:

    Yay, yay and yay again! That is fantastic news! Congratulations!

  2. […] I was sad for my friend Emma when she recently had to close the Featherston country craft shop that she ran with a friend. I hadn’t shopped there, so I can’t really be righteous about it, but equally I’m really not in the Wairarapa much. She says she had to close her doors because even though everyone said they loved the shop, and the goods they sold, simply put, not enough people bought them. Good news for her though is that some of her products are going to be sold in Tea Pea. […]

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