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Mums and bubs shop up at last Mummy Tree Markets for 2012

Enjoying the day at the Mummy Tree Markets are (from left) Ryan Fowler and Ashton Rollo.
Enjoying the day at the Mummy Tree Markets are (from left) Ryan Fowler and Ashton Rollo. Kevin Farmer

IT WAS bubs and gifts galore at the fourth and final Mummy Tree Markets for the year.

The family boutique markets had something for everyone; from baked goods, to handcrafts, face painting, jewellery and toys.

Chelsea Morris and Shelley Wieden travelled from Dalby to have a look around, while 3-month-old Florence Cook was happy to be toted around by Mum Jessica Gordon and Grandmother Marie Gordon.

Seasoned shoppers Julia and Christiana Patsalou did well, purchasing gifts, macarons and earrings from Life's Delights.

For information on upcoming 2013 markets, visit mummytreemarkets.com.au/toowoomba

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