100 handpicked stalls ensure something for all tastes with a great range of excellent quality home grown and handmade products. Roleystone Markets maintain variety by only allowing a few of the same types of vendors to trade on the day.
The focus is on handmade, handcrafted arts crafts and produce. Food vendors and Not For Profit groups providing activities ensure Roleystone Christmas Market is a great family day out.
If you are a 'bloke', why not enquire about becoming a part of 'blokes helping blokes'. They are always looking for new members and welcome men of all ages (over 16 at present). To join, please see their "How to Join" website, call Phil: 0429 688 844 or email email@example.com and be part of something extremely fulfilling.
Visit the Roleystone Community Garden stall for some great gift ideas. To become a member you do not need any experience or knowledge, just an enjoyment of gardening. Everyone learns from each other and a qualified Horticulturist is in the group. The gardening is not heavy work, friendly and all produce is shared. Check out their website for more in information (and maybe rent a plot). All ages are welcome.
The kids are well catered for with a jumping castle, face painting and the animal farm.
And our special guest for the evening will be dropping by to say hello to everyone! No prizes for guessing who.
There is a diverse range of handcrafted arts and crafts and a local fruit and veg vendor providing fresh produce. From woodwork chopping boards to glass platters, bowls and light panels all made in local studios around Armadale, to local pottery, cards and handbags.
Roleystone Christmas Market will definitely be the place to purchase those remaining Christmas gifts for family and friends. How unique would it be to gift something handcrafted locally rather than mass-produced overseas.
Timber Toys: Wooden toys and puzzles Soothe My Soul: Massage, heat bags, therapy items Ronda Kate –Monkeys and More: Sock Monkeys, super hero kids stuff Kenopy Marketing Pty Ltd: Natural skin care, artisan jewellery, skin care and candles Stamping Up: Cards and stencils, stamping products and equipment Wildthyme Natural Soap: Handmade soaps, natural body products, hand and foot creams, body lotions, face scrubs and cleansers Cat Schaefer: Retro inspired ladies aprons T'Louze Glass: Glass patio lights, cheese boards, spoon and teabag bowls Linda Oliver: Jams, marmalades, lemon/passionfruit bottles, chutneys, free-range eggs, pecan nuts, and passionfruit Texas Sauce: Handmade barbeque sauces Pretty Little Things: Handmade hair accessories, clips, headbands Homemade Temptations: Homemade preserves, hams, butters, pickles etc Linda's Books: Fiction Books Greenacres Macadamia: All things Macadamia, oil, biscuits, nuts, muesli Smallprint Perth South: Hand footprints Australian Native Nursery: Native Plants Handbags by Tina: Handmade handbags Irene Young: Artists cards and prints Christine Kallas: Napkin art tiles, folk art Laventrix: Jewellery, kids jewellery Elegant Crystals: Swarovski crystal jewellery and accessories, Tiara's Sui Generis Gifts: Australian made glassware Toffee Tots: Girls dresses, shoes, boys clothes, handbags, nail polish Phoenix Trading: Greeting cards, gift wrapping, paper boxes Creations by Reann: Soy candles, baby blankets, appliquéd onesies Silver Tree Design: Handmade glass pendants Golden Whisk: Homemade fudge Barbara Minuta: Hand stitched teddy bears, hand sewn rag dolls Carole Locke Pottery: Pottery Rainy's Soy Candles and Melts: Soy candles, melts, mosaic lanterns, oil burners Weatherspoon Skin Care: Skin creams, soaps, skin care products and lunch bags Fin and Patch: Children's clothing and bibs, handmade cards Helen Armstrong: Pillar candles in different shapes and votives Born Free Craft: Handmade cards, picture frames using natural wood Bowles Me Over: Gifts, homeware, ceramic holder angles and elephants Magical Water Beads: Colourful water beads for flowers or massaging Truffles by Trish: Handmade chocolates Da Wooden Creations: Wooden clocks, cutting boards etc Zeez Bee'z: Raw Honey, bee keeping equipment LNM Handmade Creations: Children's clothing, accessories and jewellery K9 Kandies: Dog biscuits Olivia Mae's Clips 'n' Bows: Hairclips, hair accessories Craft Creations: Handmade puff quilts for cots, heat bags, spice mats Craft Creations 2: Small pot plants, handmade lizards and more Art Attack and Olde World Things: Handmade bears Wirra Gamba Olives: Olive oil products Sun Sister: Ocean inspired jewellery, accessories, homeware Askrigg Orchard: Fresh local fruit and vegetables from their orchard on Canning Mills Road
After a leisurely stroll in a great Hills location and choosing your unique locally made gift from the stalls above; settle down (bring a blanket or chair, enjoy a drink or snack from the many food vendors) and relax into the twilight with live music.
Why? Fun, Family, Food, Music and that Unique Handcrafted Christmas Gift
When:Sunday December 7th from 3.00pm to 8.00pm
Phone:General Enquiries: Maria Ford on 0407 985 319; Stallholder Enquiries: Catherine Schaefer on 0439 499 545 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Pam Edwards - Secretary/Marketing & Publicity: email@example.com
Unfortunately I could not mention all the stalls before this article was published. If you are not there and will be there (if you get my meaning), please post in the comment section.
Quirkybitz will be there too.
Shards will be at The Roleystone Christmas Markets tomorrow too! We have a great range of upcycled creations made from glass, metal and wood. Lots of unique handmade items that would make perfect gifts for the person who has everything!!