Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Artisan Market Vendors - December 9th, 2013

We are excited to invite local artisans to bring their amazing items to you in the month of December. Please join us and invite your friends to come and do some not entirely last minute shopping!

Monday December 9th from 3:30 to 7pm!

We are in Hilliard Hall at the First United Church, Waterloo. 
The Street Address in 16 William Street West in Waterloo, but our entrance is off Caroline, opposite Alexandra Ave. 
Please park in the UpTown Waterloo Parking Lot behind the LCBO and enter by the glass doors.

Ruby Two Spoons - Re-purposed Vintage Glassware and Gifts

Looking for a unique gift or accent to your home?  How about something locally handmade, vintage, and good for the environment!  At Ruby Two Spoons we create one of a kind candles using vintage glassware.  Cream and sugar set, teacups with saucers, candy dishes and crystal tumblers are transformed into eco-friendly candles by using 100% pure soy wax and lead free wicks.

AlliSewsIt - Hand sewn items

My items are handmade items mostly for little one and ladies.

Cocosnucifera - We offer an alternative route to modern day cosmetics

All of our products are Handmade with only Natural and when possible, Organic ingredients. The ingredients have been researched for their effective and potent properties. Nature has provided us all the necessary materials for a healthy lifestyle, and we carry that maxim through our entire production process. Our goal is to nourish your skin while sustaining the Earth.

Old Thread Designs - Handmade sustainable, accessories and clothing

Old Thread Design, takes unused items and upcycles them into a new treasure. Come find an upcycled treasure where old ties become necklaces, a t-shirts becomes a new owl hat or necklace.

Fabulous Felties - Needle Felted Creations and Local Typographic Maps.

Want a modern and fun way to display your love of Kitchener, Waterloo, Guelph or Canada!? Louise's colourful typographic maps add a touch of whimsy and an “I love my neighbourhood/country” to any space. She also makes beautiful needle felted ornaments and pin cushions, along with needle felting kits so you can learn this fun craft too!

Krista Harrington - Preserves and felt critters

Krista raises sheep and make cute critters from their wool 

Loopeeeee - Fibre Arts

Maryrose has been making gifts for many years and now has decided to spread her wings and sell these great items. She specializes in fibres - both knit and sewn. You can find many reusable items, snack bags, produce bags, Reversible baby bonnets and knitted hats.

My name is Tammy Delaney and I am an artist with a strong interest in photography, collage and collecting beach treasures. At this year’s sale, I will be featuring a selection of hand-made Christmas and holiday cards (each one individually created from cut paper and drawings), as well as photo cards that can be used for any occasion. Through photography I capture many of life's joyful moments and create ever-lasting memories! I hope you enjoy these images and the feelings they invoke, and that in giving one of these cards, you can spread the joy and wonder of life onto your loved ones.

Bad Cat Craftworks: Hand-Crafted Jewellery by Jamie LeClair Late 19th- to early 20th-Century glass--primarily from broken bottles--is recovered, cleaned, and cut for reclamation. No molds are used, so each piece is unique; a culmination of century-old glass and the high temperatures of my kiln. The resulting cabochons are used alone, or matched with copper, brass, nickel, or stainless steel to create wearable works of art.

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