Our Craftacular Wishlist

christmas wishlist, BUST Christmas Craftacular

This Sunday, the BUST Christmas Craftacular returns to London! To celebrate, we’ve put together our own BUST Craftacular Christmas wishlist, full of beautiful things handmade by the designers and makers of Folksy who will be setting up their stalls on Sunday and showing you what they’re made of – and what they’ve been making with it. We’re also ridiculously excited about the jewellery-making workshops that our competition winners I Am Acrylic are running all day, where you can learn how to make an acrylic masterpiece without stepping near a laser-cutter. We almost literally cannot wait. But we know we must. Until then…

Bust Christmas Craftacular, London markets and fairs, best of bust,

 

 
Little Boat BroochI Am Acrylic / Bird BroochLadybird Likes / Marine Life Original Screen Print Bel’s Art WorldLeather PurseJenny Sibthorp (also featured in the main image) / Rabbit BroochMica Peet / Garden Tools CardKate BroughtonLinen Pin CushionNamolio / SnoodMiss Knit NatWind in the Willows BroochHouse of Ismay / Pins Pin CushionMabel & Bird / Ditsy Flowers NotebookCaren Barry
 
 

 


 

The BUST Christmas Craftacular London will be bringing the hottest in handmade wares to a new Angel Islington location on Sunday 14 December:
The Islington Metal Works
7 Torrens Street
London EC1V 1NQ
(directly behind Angel tube station)

Shop, Craft, Dance and Make Merry! 

SHOP at over 70 stellar stalls over two floors – with screen-printed wrapping paper by Rob Ryan

CRAFT a perspex necklace or keyring with I Am Acrylic (all day; £10), chic felt slippers with I Can Make Shoes (12.30-2pm; FREE), a rad animal rattle with Jazz Domino Holly (2-3.30pm; FREE), hip lino-print Xmas cards with the N1 WI (3.30-5pm; FREE) and unique upcycled jewellery with Uncommonly Beautiful (5-6.30pm; £15, buy tickets here)

DANCE to DJs PamfletSpinning Yarns and Katie Antoniou

AND MAKE MERRY! Drinks and tasty treats all day, goodie bags for the first 100 shoppers, free BUST raffle with a star Tatty Devine prize… and much more!

Admission: £3

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