Hilary Woodbine runs Tiny Paradise, a business that believes in putting a little bit of wild into your world through a range of succulent related products such as hanging terrariums, office terrariums, kids’ bedroom terrariums, recycled wooden planters and kokedamas (mossballs).
Tiny Paradise also offers workshops in so you can learn how to craft these products yourself. They source the succulents locally at Oxford Falls in NSW and try and use as many recycled products as they can.
They want their products to stimulate your imagination and remind you that the natural world is out there to explore and re-connect with. As Tiny Paradise is new to the Handmade market on 10 & 11 September (10am – 4pm), we asked her our three questions:
Tiny Paradise is all about bringing a little bit of the wild into your world. We want to encourage people to have more green in their life whether it is their office or home. We also hope that our plants inspire people to venture out into the natural world and reap the benefits of walks in the woods or swimming in the ocean. We are also passionate about making stuff by hand and inspiring others to get creative and to get their hands dirty in our workshops.