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The Melbourne Collective Design Markets are a collection of local designers and creatives showcasing their products and selling their wares to the Melbourne community.  Join us for one BIG day of shopping, music and great food and support local, support small business.

'The Melbourne creative scene is  bursting with talent. It's so important for emerging designers to have a reputable platform, to showcase their wares in a highly curated yet beautiful space and be encouraged to share their artistic endeavours with the world, to be discovered on a national scale. This event is an essential part of that journey.' Julia Green,  Greenhouse Interiors

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Meet the Designer

February 19, 2017

5 Questions with Spunkii Kidz





1.  What is the story behind your business name:

Unfortunately there is no amazing story behind my business name. I love things that are unique & different. That is exactly what I wanted my business name to be. It’s a bit more strategic in the spelling so it can easily be searched online plus I wanted something fun that can relate to my clientele. 


With my range being handmade & natural, I was looking for that in my logo also. My original logo was fun & childish. Last year I decided to facelift the business as it had changed direction. The logo to me was something that was free, calming & still had an innocence. This is where the water colour background come into play & the fun script text.



2. What was your inspiration to start your own business:


I had my first child in 2011 therefore I was off work & needing something to gain my independence and sanity. I suffered from post natal depression after the birth which made it easier to take the step of being a mummy business. Along with my life, the direction of the business has changed a fair bit but today my concept behind the whole business is handmade. Whether it be ethically sourced, fairtrade or handmade by myself right here in Melbourne, everything I offer is exactly that.

In a world of manufacturing & import/export, I love that I offer unique quality products made the right way. 







3. What does your workspace look like:


Hahaha, it is completely hectic. I have cube shelves in my lounge with storage boxes for headpieces, blocks & materials. The carport is full of tools & timbers for the bed frames & my desk is a mess. But it works !!! 



4. Best thing about your job:


I also work part time as well as the owner/maker of Spunkii Kidz. This is not only a business, it’s an outlet for me to be creative around my boys. Being a single mum a lot of people don’t realize, my customers are the reason my children do swimming lessons and play sports. 

We always hear support small, shop handmade but I don’t think a lot of people actual understand what this means. 




5. Best advice you could give other creatives who would like to start their own business:


Go for it!! I have met some amazing makers & a fantastic support network through markets & expos.  We are all in it to make it, no reason why can’t we support and lift each other instead of breaking each other down. 



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