Share the love!

Studio Home LoveI’m just having a little break over the beginning of this week guys – spending some loved up time back in my precious Wanaka.

So I was thinking, why don’t we do some creative networking and share the projects, creative businesses and work that you or your friends might be up to!

Simply drop a message in the comments below with a link and introduction. Spread the word! I will definitely be looking out for suitable content to share further as posts here on the blog.

Enjoy xo

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14 Responses to Share the love!

  1. Kate watts says:

    Hi Julia! Love your blog! : ) are you going to be up in Auckland for the Autumn Gift Fair, 3rd to 5th of march? : ) If you’re planning on going it would be great to meet you! I’m introducing a new label, crown and feathers, and sharing a stand with Jane Henry merino (hall 5, stand 5042a). I’m sure there will be heaps of other cool NZ talent there! : ) kate

    • julia says:

      H Kate,
      Thanks so much for getting in touch. I hadn’t actually thought about heading to the fair but will look into it now!
      Don’t hesitate to drop me an email with more information on your new label:


  2. Liz McCready says:

    Hi there
    Great to hear you’re enjoying Auckland – I just moved up to Auckland from Hawkes Bay about 6 weeks ago. It’s nice to be in amongst the action. I emailed you last year with my details and sent you a whole lot of high res. pictures of my wallpaper designs. Just wondering if you were still interested in doing a post? I’m in the process of getting my designs into The Paper Room (I noticed you did a post about them a few weeks back). Just trying to get some momentum with my work now that I’m up in the big smoke.
    Have a great time back home,

    • julia says:

      Hi Liz!
      Yes of course I remember!! And yes I am still interested…I’m sorry it never eventuated. What I would be really keen to see are some styled shots of your wallpaper in situ…something that maybe you might be able to do with The Paper Room? That was what was sort of stumping me was there was no indication of scale etc of readers. I am so glad you are up in Auckland as I think its a great time and a great place to get your beautiful work out there among potential buyers!

      Please don’t hesitate to email!


  3. Talia says:

    Hi Julia, Awesome idea and your weekend in Wanaka looked amazing (saw some pics on Insta)

    My sister and I are about to launch our homewares store online called MintSix. We’ll be stocking unique products from around the world, including Bamileke Juju hats from Cameroon, Ikat hand loomed cushions from Uzbekistan, Moroccan Pouffes from Morocco, Macrame hangers from Australia, a range of ceramics and wooden artifacts from Asia and have new products arriving after we have launched next month.
    Please check out our blog and facebook page to see a selection of our products.
    Cheers, Talia 🙂

    • julia says:

      Hi Talia,
      Wanaka is killing me with its awesomeness…..argh!
      I have discovered you via Instagram too and have been monitoring so that I don’t miss out on the launch of your store! Please don’t forget to drop me an email when you have a firm date on this so that I don’t forget. My email is :

      Off to have another browse 🙂

  4. sarah agnew says:

    Hi – I am new to your blog and was interested to hear you are heading back to Wanaka – seems to be a very creative place. I said goodbye to my corporate life overseas to base myself here (2 years in April) and have started a soy candle business. I am a small homegrown business selling at markets and growing my list of stockists in NZ. Wanaka is such a beautiful place to create from so enjoy your trip back, we are having some great summer weather! Bests, Sarah

    • julia says:

      Hi Sarah,
      Thanks so much for introducing yourself and good on you for taking that super brave step of leaving the corporate world! I can totally appreciate how scary but satisfying that can be 🙂
      I’m off to check out your website now


  5. Angela says:

    A friend of a friend pointed out this amazing photographer (musician and ex-model to boot).
    I came across her via Honey I shot the Kids, which has some gorgeous photos of kids being kids

  6. Hi Julia
    We chatted briefly when I launched the Tangelo Tree brand late last year. My debut collection of bracelets has been really successful, I’m currently filling orders for a few stockists here & in Europe, and working on my new collection, which includes necklaces. The new collection is a wee way off (this is slow jewellery at its best!), but if you think Tangelo Tree might be Studio Home material, I’d be keen to do something…perhaps even collaborate on a giveaway… Keep up the great work, loving Creative HQ!!! Christine 🙂

    • julia says:

      Hi Christine,
      That is awesome the brand is going so well! yes please do keep in touch with your new collection and we can brain storm some ideas for promotion 🙂


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