The Makers & Designers Market at Vision Gardens is a petite market that personifies good things come in little packages. A small market it may be, but the stall holders are fierce. They have some great quality products to offer so make sure you hop over on Saturday 12 September 2015 from 10am to 2.30pm. Being on the premises of Vision Gardens, there's a lovely cafe you can get a nice hot cuppa and some cafe food like the famous duck pies and tarts they sell there.
With love from India is a new stall at Vision Gardens and intends to bring India to you in the form of handmade sustainably sourced products. The Calico Co will bring her one of a kind beautifully handmade art dolls and she's also happy to customise and make you a doll for that special present. For instance, a mini-me of your children. She also carries the nostalgic Raggedy Ann and Andy and many other kinds of hand made items like bears, rabbits and so on.
Beyond the Picket Fence specialises in country and Prim crafts and has some very unique garden ornaments. She also specialises in Christmas craft. You'll find the purest of soy wax and scents and no palm oil in the ethically made scented and purpose charged candles at Scent with Intent.Treasures for Treasures is a very seductive stall as it calls to you to pick up charms to personalise your jewellery. I know, because I couldn't resist the idea of having a personalised locket with charms. Everyone seems to love it when I wear it. If you need a card to go with presents you may be buying, or for any other special or regular occasion or for that 'just because' moment, the lovely Diane Ford Independent Phoenix Trader is the lady you want. She has a card to suit just about every occasion if not all.
This time around this market is even having a reflexologist on site so why not pamper yourself at Lucy's station. Stay up to date until market day by joining the event page and why not like Indie Market Place's Facebook page as they're the organisers that bring you this market and you'll never miss any of their markets again.