Maleny is hosting a three-day festival showcasing creatives who work sustainably and naturally, by recycling, remaking, growing and any other practice that has an Eco theme.
Stallholders and exhibitors who are makers, artists, designers, cooks or growers incorporating a sustainable or ‘eco’ approach to their art, craft or business are involved.
This includes art and artisan products from waste or found items, food items grown from sustainable practices, art from recycled products, items that can be recycled when no longer in use and creative repurposing.
Sapwood Studio run by Amaya is just one of the stalls at the Maleny Eco Creative Festival, this celebration of waste to art - including specialty vintage that's still beautiful, collectible or incredibly fun!
Amaya makes stunning wraps, scarves, handbags, clutch purses and hats made from discarded fibre from local breeders or recycled cotton yarn.
Other stalls booked at this time include Wayne Schultz Woodworker, Moondani Maleny, 828 Design, Doggy Eco, Frog in a Teacup, and Nic's Creations, and many more!
The festival is happening on March 31, 12pm-6pm (with the official launch - Shop and Sip - from 3pm); April 1 and 2, 9am-3pm. For more details visit Maleny Eco Creative Festival on Facebook.