It started with Christina:
… she’s a part time primary school teacher and mother to 3 sons as well as the owner of Mabel the 1969 Vintage Viscount Ambassador. What started as a “girl cave” in the back yard, Read more about that here; has become a studio to enjoy craft with like minded children.
For Christina there’s nothing she loves more than making things pretty, organising stuff, being creative with arts and craft, building relationships… and planning parties. That’s when she’s not spending time with her school students and little family. Christina holds a current registration as a primary school teacher with the Victorian Institute of Teaching, as well as a Working With Children’s Check. She also has an up to date first aid certificate.
Crafternoons and children’s craft parties in Mabel, the vintage caravan, are currently held where she is “parked” at the back of Our Little Caravan: the collective store, 39 Westerfield Dve, Notting Hill, Melbourne.
Had a fantastic night at the Live Music at Our Little Caravan. The girls were very entertaining. It was a lovely intimate audience with lots of laughs. Looking forward to the next night. It was great to be able to look around at the crafts also.
Thank you to OLC for hosting yet another brilliant live music night. The shop is so adorable and a perfect place for a quiet night of tunes from very talented Melbourne musicians. Al Parkinson and The Babes were just beautiful and we had a wonderful evening. Looking forward to more :)
Big thanks to Jem, Tru and the Inchmeal and Little Caravan team for hosting the terrarium workshop! I took the class with my sister, mum and mum in law and we all enjoyed ourselves immensely. Jem was insightful, knowledgeable and patient and I learnt so much! I will definitely recommend this workshop to friends and family who are interested in the basics of building beautiful and sustainable terrariums.