January 9, 2014

Tili Jar by Aunt Tili

Late last year I received an email from Anthea, the creator of the Tili Jar. She's also a talented clothing designer and we've been aware of each other for several years now, following each other's journey via Facebook pages, but never actually met.

Anthea has had huge success with the popularity of her Tili Jars in New Zealand, and having recently introduced them to Australia, thought they would be a perfect fit to add to the Restyled Vintage range.
I thought she was absolutely right, and took about three seconds to make up my mind to put in an order...I totally LOVED them!
I launched them at my last market stall and they flew off the shelves...others love them just as much as I do...and I'm not surprised, I mean, how cute are they! (And you know that I love cute!)
Tili Jars can be used for drinks, desserts, parties, weddings, lolly buffets, kitchen and bathroom storage/display, craft storage, as a vase for flowers, anything you can think of really. 
Mine got a workout over the Christmas break, mainly for tall icy cool drinks by the pool but also on Christmas morning full of eggnog (yum!)...I also used a few for a little New Year's Eve gathering we hosted - one for holding straws, others for serving nuts and cheese pastry twists. 
I've recently set up an online store where you can find Tili Jars for sale, along with Restyled Vintage cushions and other homewares. The Restyled Vintage store is linked to my blog and my Facebook page. I can post to most areas - if my online store doesn't give you a post price (it is calculated via Australia Post based on weight and your postcode) please contact me directly for a postage quote.

If you are local you can purchase Tili Jars from my market stall at the Foreshore Market, Westport Park Port Macquarie, on the second Saturday of each month. In between market dates local pickup is available from my studio in Lake Cathie.

Tili Jars are $15 each, or 4 for $50, 6 for $75. 
They come individually boxed with a swing tag full of hints and tips on ways to use them...they make an excellent gift!

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