Whoopee! It’s all about the quality at this handcraft Christmas market
Are you starting to freak out about what to buy your loved one this silly season?
You’ll certainly be able to pick up something special at Makin’ Whoopee's Makers’ Market next month.
Locally constructed crafts made by 30 north Queensland small businesses and artisans will be on display – all of them hand-picked by the Makin’ Whoopee team.
Fany Saumure, Kirsty Mulley and Tracey Horn are the trio behind this Shield Street gift shop, which specialises in handmade, locally made and Australian made products.
Their Christmas Makers' market, at the Edge Hill State School on November 17th, will feature items such as jewellery, candles, flowers and artworks.
The ladies are adamant only high quality stallholders who are known and recognised for their products and passion have been invited.
There will also be live music, while food and drink vendors will keep your energy high as you kick off the festive season.
Check out some of the artisans and their offerings:
Vintage wallpaper art by Hannah Murray
Mug by Next of Kin
Earrings by Rhicreations
Messy Bag by Inkling
Acrylic stud earrings by Timber & Cotton
Macrame key ring by Knotting Hillbilly
Gift card by Rosey Creative
Travelling candle by Wellingtons Wick