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Christmas Market Vendors

We are so pleased to welcome old friends and new to the most vibrant and varied Christmas Craft Fair ever!

In no particular order:

Local author, Jim Anderson with Prima Perspective Publications is promoting and selling copies of his new (and previous) books

Linda Bannerman is The Bag Lady

L.B. SweetGoods has artisan chocolates and toffees

Jurassic Gems has beautiful jewelry crafted from up-cycled spoons and forks

D & S Coastal Designs has amazing gift ideas: drums, rattles, birdhouses, beach art, sewing and quilts

Wayward Distillation House has honey-crafted and distilled spirits and seasonal small-batch liquers

Garibaldi Fudge Company will have yummy fudges and brittles

Leanne Brunt is offering a collection of handcrafted, lined Christmas and lavender gift bags, bath bombs, sachets along with photography and cards

KC Crafts offers functional fabric arts: aprons, dog towels, coats & neckties, children’s quilts, blankets and more

Conrad’s Farm will be there with Maureen’s famous baking and preserves

Cooleys Crafts has art cards, lapidary & beaded jewelry and Christmas themed fabric creations – December 11 only

Upcycled Creations has unique items from upcycled finds (silverware & thrift store treasures) including jewelry, chimes, zipper pulls and key rings – December 11 & 18 only

Marlo Coulson is a modern metal smith and has many styles of handcrafted jewelry

The Campbell River Syrian Refugee Support Committee will once again join us and offer fabric gift bags to support their efforts

Gala Knits has up-scale and down-home hand knit ponchos, shawls, slippers, baby sets, gloves and felted items

ART BAKING will be offering unique art cookies that make wonderful gifts and holiday celebration displays that can be part of the meal

Stones Throw Winery will offer their Marechal Foch wine – grown and bottled locally

The Mustard Lady has as many as a dozen different mustards in two sizes for gifts and your own pantry.  Small batches & locally processed

Flurer Smokery is bringing vacuum-packed, hot-smoked salmon and sable fish for your holiday table.

Orpha’s Prairie Baking uses her Grandma’s recipes with real butter, real cream and vanilla and lots of love to offer cookies, loaves, squares and trays for your get togethers.

Holly’s Hobbies has a wide array of crocheted apparel

Strathcona Creative Ideas has newspaper boxes, walking sticks, photography and art cards as well as natural stone jewelry and viking knit chains

Jerry Ann and Jill will have zen tangle and beach art collages and original watercolours

Rock-n-Silver Jewelry is self-explanatory – home made sterling silver and lapidary

Red Fox Botanicals makes face and body care in Black Creek from organic and fair trade ingredients

Little Lily Tutu has everything ‘dress up’ for little (and bigger) kids

Cat’s wire and beaded jewelry is just the Nature of the Bead

Batik Baskets showcases handmade coiled rope shopping bags, bowls and hot pads

Coastal Magic offers Angela Koch’s pictures, cards and pre-framed photos

Brenda Kozeletski is bringing hand-crafted rustic wooden furniture and functional art

Linda Krahn has beautiful pottery – some with jam or preserves already in it

Faithful Friends will make sure your four-legged friends are not left out with grain free dog treats and catnip mice

Westcoast Nature Art has stunning beach glass items

Shipwreck Wares will offer nautical rope crafts and decor suitable for home, business, the cottage or the boat

Carol Matthews has machine embroidery aprons, ornaments and more

DISH Pottery – uniquely coloured and fired functional art and ornaments

Hornby Island Soap has a wide variety of subtle scents and useful bars without palm oil

Ecolombian Crafts has hand made jewerly and hand-knit sweaters

Try Marilyn’s personalized chocolate suckers, jams and ice cream sauces.  Don’t forget the Christmas Pudding

Whimsical Sewing Products has practical and lovely bowl cosies and other sewn items

Trendy Toques – be prepared for the cold of January and February with hand-knit toques and scarves

Bobbles by Miki are much more than bobbles – lovely semi-precious stone jewelry

1st Cast Lures has George’s amazing dichroic glass salmon lures (December 4th only)

Gaia of the River has original and limited edition art prints of Breanna Podlasly’s pastels

Ocean Dyes – everything tie dyed.  Well, mostly clothes

Pam, Chelsea and Mike have original woodwork, art and home-made chocolate

Wildwood Lane Essentials handcrafts their soaps, lotions and other body products right in Campbell River

Tranquil Island has a range of sizes of living terrariums with a variety of plants

Fabulous Focaccia has focaccia bread (of course), balsamic vinegar products, chutneys, mustards, sauces, spice blends and tapenades

Morrison Creek Alpacas has a wide range of handspun and millspun alpaca and alpaca blend yarns, batts/rovings and hand-crafted finished products like the softest socks ever

ReMake Sk8 recycles skateboards into art and items like belt buckles, pins and incense holders (December 18 only)

Big Buzz Acres will have produce and hand crafted knives by Tom and no-scratch knives by Nathan

Lady Glitz Designs has Swarovski crystal jewelry

Quadra Island Soap – artisinal and local

Salish Sea Stroppwafels offers traditional Dutch butter cookies with butter caramel syrup filling – packaged or hot to eat right now while you shop

Tom’s Leather Works will have bracelets, belts, key fobs as well as crochet animu & gurami animals

Tribally Hip Designs has handcrafted silver, copper, bone and seed bead jewelry along with leather purses and pouches

Christine Welsh Photography has photo art card, prints and framed prints

The Campbell River Marine Heritage Centre has many marine-related items from the museum

Fat Moose is bringing all kinds of pepperoni and smokies – buy a variety pack for entertaining

Paula’s Prettys has gorgeous girl’s clothing and unique dolls for that special small someone