An immersive weekend celebrating creativity and community

You’ve climbed your creative Everest during Finders Keepers at Home, and now you’re looking for a memento to take home? We’ve got you covered!

Here you’ll find some neat take-aways from designed-on-demand ‘Together We are Stronger’ merch to cute cocktail recipes, and from style guides from Dann the furniture gods to creative DIY downloads from masters of their craft! Whatever floats your creative boat, grab what you need before the weekend wraps up!


Finders Keepers Merchandise

Join The Finders Keepers creative coalition and make it a weekend to remember. Wear a jumper, t-shirt or tote with ‘Together We Are Stronger’ pride. Now available for pre-order in our very own pop-up Online Marketplace store UNTIL SUNDAY ONLY.

The Finders Keepers are committing to a minimum of 10% of all profits from the design-on-demand merchandise editions, into supporting charities, NFP’s and other cultural organisations that add enrichment to our successful Indigenous Program.

Our first nominated charity is Children's Ground. Importantly for us, Children’s Ground is an organisation led by aboriginal communities. They are creating a new future for children filled with promise, hope and empowerment.

Limited Edition 'Together We Are Stronger' Rose Jumper

Limited Edition 'Together We Are Stronger' Mustard Tee

Limited Edition 'Together We Are Stronger' Denim Carry Tote

Free Downloads

FK at Home trend & inspiration style guide by Dann Events

Although we’re not connecting in person this season, Dann has curated a style edit to ensure entertaining, celebrating and having fun at home will be the most fabulous it has ever been.

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Our friends at Dann Event Hire have worked with Finders Keepers at our IRL events for many years. Established for more than 20 years, with their industry knowledge and expertise together with their impeccable quality and personalised service Dann Event Hire provide the very best of bespoke styling and hire for events. Based in North Melbourne and delivering nationwide, Dann Event Hire has your event covered.

Stone and Wood Cocktail Series Recipes

Who says you can’t host a (beer) cocktail night for yourself at home?

Brewed with watermelon, cucumber and mint, The Gatherer makes for a refreshing, beautifully bright cocktail mixer – the ideal balance to citrus, gin and tropical fruits.

Using the best of Brookies Gin range, why not shake things up with these super easy-to-make cocktail recipes using The Gatherer and a handful of ingredients you’ll find at your local supermarket. See all video demonstrations on our Saturday page.

After all, The Gatherer is beer, not as you know it.

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Born and raised in Byron Bay, Stone & Wood are proudly independent and local, brewing and bottling approachable beer in the Northern Rivers of NSW.

After catching a wave or a band at the pub, exploring the hinterland or catching up with friends – we brew beer for times like these. Our beer is for the locals, friends passing through and those who appreciate good beer.

Finders Keepers at Home special: $5 off all cartons until Midnight sunday use code 5FORFK

Brookie’s Gin Recipes

Forget DIY, it’s time to SIY (Shake It Yourself) with Brookie’s Gin! Watch the how-to Byron Negroni and Mac & Pash videos, and then download the recipe cards!

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Brookie's Gin is handcrafted in the Byron Bay hinterland, with 100% natural locally sourced ingredients.

Distilled with 25 botanicals, 17 of which are indigenous to the Northern Rivers area, the Brookie’s Gin range has a fresh and unique flavour profile reflective of its sub-tropical rainforest location.

Produced by the highly-awarded and globally recognised Cape Byron Distillery.

How-to guide to making Mokume Gane with Polymer Clay by Heidi Heyland

Acid Drop Mokume Gane with Polymer Clay

Mokume Gane is a Japanese metal working process which produces a mixed-metal end product with distinctive layered patterns. Mokume Gane translates closely to wood grain metal or wood eye metal and describes the way metal takes on the appearance of natural wood grain. It is a technique that is transferable to polymer clay.

In this tutorial, Heidi will show you how to make a small mokume gane slab using polymer clay. It is her own twist on the mokume technique, and one she used to make the Acid Drop collection pieces.

Your host:

Heidi Helyard has been making handmade polymer clay art and jewellery for over 2 years now and is known for never making the same thing twice! Also widely remembered for constantly evolving experimental approaches to her medium of choice.

How to DIY Stank Spray guide by Oddish The Label

Stank: the past tense of stink.

Want a use for half-used lemons? Find out how to make a pre-wash laundry helper, without the nasties. This short tutorial will show you how you can use common kitchen goodies and turn them into a laundry spray to de-pong stinky areas before you wash.

This DIY recipe is an excerpt from The Oddish Guide to Unboring Laundry, written by Carmen Spencer and illustrated by Emily McDuff. Have a read to get the dirt on your weekly ritual and do some good while you’re at it!

Your host:

Oddish is an Australian slow fashion and jewellery label based on the Sunshine Coast. Our collection empowers women to use style as their voice to generate a conversation around having a more informed approach to what we wear. It’s the story of a sister, daughter, mother and revolutionary leading a quiet rebellion.

Sewing a koala applique guide by Retrobub

Watch Bronwyn from retrobub children’s clothing take you through the steps to sew one of her signature koala applique motifs. Watch the video here - and you can download the resource that goes with this How-to guide.

Your host:

Handmade children's clothing - made to make you smile! Retrobub is lovingly handmade by Bronwyn Howell in her Melbourne studio. Over many years she has refined her technique of applique to add special, individually sewn motifs to the garments such as sleepy koala faces, avocados or native flora like banksia, wattle and gum-blossoms. Each motif is put together like a collage of different fabrics and finished with embroidered details such as eyes. Each one being individually sewn has its own personality.