Spice Lily jewellery
Heidi has been creating her designer-maker jewellery since 2005.
What started out as a passion amidst 2 young children has grown into a full time business with her gorgeous girls growing alongside.
Heidi prides herself on creative designs and loves nothing more than sitting down and working with a myriad of beautiful products like semi precious stones, woods, metallics, Swarovski pearls/crystals and more.
Long necklaces, metallic feather pieces and the ever popular leather 'wrap' bracelets are just some key pieces in the Spice Lily range. Add to that a vast selection of earrings and there is something for everyone. If not, Heidi is always happy to custom design a piece for you or adapt a piece to make it just perfect for you. Hence, why her tools of trade are often in use at the markets!
Spice Lily is a regular on the market scene around Perth but the Perth Makers Market is a fave! Especially as PMM truly supports WA hand made only.
You can also find Spice Lily jewels in local stores around Perth including Guava (Scarborough), O & C Emporium (Mt Hawthorn & North Beach), Eat Cafe (Duncraig), 2 Green Fingers (Willagee) and Ollie & Ivy (Midvale) - through Cafe Collective WA and Featherstonehaugh (Albany)
Oh, and look out for the new website too. Launching late 2018...watch this space!
So enjoy your day at the Perth Makers Market. Be sure to stop by and check out the Spice Lily range. You will be greeted with a smile and Heidi is always up for a chat!
Spring in the City - September Edition14th September 2019 at Yagan Square
Mother's Day Market at Yagan Square11th May 2019 at Yagan Square
December 201816th December 2018 at Heathcote Cultural Precinct Applecross
Twilight at Yagan Square - October5th October 2018 at Yagan Square
Twilight at Yagan Square - August24th August 2018 at Yagan Square
May 201820th May 2018 at Heathcote Cultural Precinct Applecross
December 2017 Market17th December 2017 at Heathcote Cultural Precinct
September 2017 Market24th September 2017 at Heathcote Cultural Precinct
May 2017 Market14th May 2017 at Heathcote Cultural Precinct