Welcome to my website!

A one woman band. A self-proclaimed Jill of all Trades – Master of none.

Established in 2015, Marlee and Me Creations has provided many lovely folk with quality handmade products ranging from soy candles with essential oils, suncatchers, jewellery, macramé hangers, Kokedama’s and Resin Art.

I’ve believed in dancing to the beat of my own drum – mixing things up a little from the norm. Hence, it only makes sense to now concentrate on teaching all of my crafts. Self taught, I know not what to do!

My workshops have as much love and energy as my work once did. I love seeing people who claim to not be creative, create something so beautiful – and the smile that comes with it – priceless.

You can create. Join me for the ride.

Kylie x

PS: I have recently reopened my Etsy store should you wish to purchase an item or two. Head to https://www.etsy.com/au/shop/MarleeAndMeCreation

“In order to be irreplaceable one must always be different.” – Coco Chanel

Kokedama

Pronounced Co-co-da-ma. You got it now!

These little beauties are Japanese for moss ball and in ancient times were referred as a poor man’s Bonsai………….. that is, until the Western World got it’s little hands on them – wrapped them to within an inch of their life and called them plant décor.

Self taught almost four years ago, my Kokedama’s are made using quality soil, peet moss and a clay/sand mix, followed by sphagnum moss and then last but not least – double twine.

Kokedama’s are super easy to maintain. Simply pop your Kokedama into a bowl/sink/bucket – I prefer temperate water – fill half way to your ball and allow to soak for a good 15 minutes. Squeeze excess water and pop onto your supplied coaster.

Remember – if it’s dry – don’t let it die. If it’s soaking – you’ve got to be joking. Underwatering or overwatering will kill your koke. Oh. And a little extra lovin’ goes a long way. A little bit of liquid fertiliser or worm tea will give your koke a bit of a kick. Just be sure to rinse it off unless you want the neighbourhood cats hanging around.

Macrame

Driftwood and macrame hangers designed mainly for Kokedama, yet suitable for a pot of your choice.

I have specifically chosen hardier rope materials to reflect the ruggedness of our Northwest.

Jewellery

Handmade Jewellery. Nothing better. Here you can choose your style.

Polymer clay. Resin. Lava and gemstones.

Resin Art

This started as just wanting a piece for my home. But like all things I do, I became hooked!

This workshop is the new black. So I’ve joined the bandwagon.

The Beginners workshop packs allot in. And if you are in Exmouth, WA – my series – PIZZA.PINTS.RESIN. is super popular. Inclusive. Not just for women.

Other ideas coming up:

: resin jewellery

: macramé and resin hanger (2 parts)

: resin and posca pen (2 parts)