Friday, 25 July 2008

Save the Date!

The Handm@de craft fair will be held on the 9th of November 2008 at the Town Hall in Oxford. This is a wonderful venue and will feature independent designers with beautiful and unique wares. 

Handm@de is the ideal solution to your Christmas gift buying conundrums this year. 

Bookmark the site or sign up for the RSS feed to be kept up with news on the fair as wall as information about the designers who will be there.

6 comments:

pennydog said...

Hi, I'm exhibiting, can you add my blog please http://pennydog.wordpress.com

Jelveh Designs said...

Hi, My husband and I have just moved to the UK for the next 3 years. I have been making lampwork beads for the past 7 years in California, I have clients all over the world. I would love to bring my handmade glass beads to this fair, I do make some jewelry, but I only sell glass beads on line in my etsy shop at www.jelvehdesigns.etsy.com and my blog is at www.jelvehdesigns.blogspot.com
can I join the fun at the craft fair? I would need a full table, and would pay for insurace and more for adertising if asked.
let me know, thanks so much...
Jelveh
Peace

WeMake said...

I will send you a quick note Jelveh.

R said...

Oops - posted under the old name. Jelveh, I will send you a quick note.

Natasha said...

Hi, I also make handmade jewellery by any chance is there any spaces left? Or if not I can always be squished into a corner. I already know some of the people exhibiting and have a website at www.jewellerybynatasha.com and would love to show some of my things a touch more locally. just let me know as i knwo it's short notice. thanks from natasha.
ps: I've only just got up the confidence to show off my stuff, so i would be a complete newbie to the process.

Gingham and Flowers said...

Hi, I've just come accross this site and would love to know about any future events you organise as I am now living in the Oxford area. You can see my work at my folksy shop www.folksy.com/Shops/LinenandRoses or on my website www.linenandroses.co.uk
Thanks
Fiona