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Discover Melbourne's finest artists, creators and makers

The Handmade Show is a friendly, community-minded makers market in the south-eastern suburb of Glen Huntly, where crafters and artisans showcase and sell their wares.

Their next event is a Winter Warmers Market, on Saturday 15th June 2019, from 10:30am to 3:30pm. Entry is FREE!

Carol from Gemtation Jewellery creates stunning handmade pieces fashioned from solid silver vintage cutlery and natural gemstones.

All products are handcrafted by talented local artisans and crafters. In the welcoming Parish Hall, market-goers will be invited to meet around 35 passionate local artists, creators and makers and discover a unique range of beautiful jewellery, handknits, delightful children's toys and clothing, scented candles, handcrafted soaps, quirky stationery, handmade homewares and delicious homemade jams, preserves, cookies and cakes.

With more than 10 years experience, Sue from Jooce Bath and Body creates a gorgeous range of artisan soaps, natural handcrafted moisturisers and luxurious bath products.

June stallholders include - (stallholders are subject to change):

  • Babylon Grey

  • Beaut Buttons

  • Bella &Beau babies

  • Boho Bird Jewellery

  • Choose Arts

  • Crisp Produce & Preserves

  • Gemtation Jewellery

  • Glenda's Bags and Totes

  • Hand Made by Olga T

  • Handcrafted by Jenny


  • Inkymite

  • jollydecentcards

  • Jooce Bath and Body

  • June's Handcrafts

  • Kingston Dressmaking

  • Let's Eat Cake Handmade Confection

  • Light My Wick Candles (LMW Candles)

  • Lisa B jewellery

  • Majaska

  • Market Delights

  • Mary Peacock

  • Meg and Co Candles

  • Michele Deschepper

  • Renita Barwell

  • Rhiannon's Creations

  • Shirley Phillips Puppets

  • Stitched Up Craft

  • The Lavish - Just Candles

  • Tibby Tots

  • Unique Essence Aromatherapy

  • Victoria

  • What-nots for Tiny Tots

  • Yukata Ya
  • Complementing the bustling stallholders is live music and delicious refreshments from Café Handmade, which raises money for local soup kitchen Tony's Café. Why not stop by and enjoy a light meal, sweet treat or a refreshment! Plus there will be FREE face-painting and craft activities for the kids.

    The welcoming volunteer staff of Cafe Handmade serve tasty home-style meals, delicious cakes, slices and Devonshire teas

    Best of all, it's indoors, so the market is on whatever the weather! It's sure to be a fun and memorable day for all who attend!

    Support local artists, creators and makers and mingle with local like-minded community members in a relaxed and social atmosphere.

    Also, don't forget to enter the monthly competition to win vouchers to spend at future markets; enter at the door, and get more entries with purchases over $10 from any stallholder!

    With a thriving market garden and small home orchard Simon from Crisp Product and Preserves cooks a delicious seasonal range of sweet and savoury preserves.

    For a sneak peek at the participating stallholders, like the Facebook. If you would like to apply to be a stallholder at a future event, visit the official website.

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    When: Saturday 15th June: Open from 10.30am until 3.30pm / Cafe Handmade open from 10.30am - 3pm
    Where: St. Anthony's Parish Hall, 164 Neerim Road (Cnr Grange & Neerim Roads) Glen Huntly 3163
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