I think I’m still finding it hard to believe that only a week ago, we hosted two glorious handmade craft fairs at The Mailbox in the city centre of Birmingham… and that we still have two more to look forward to.
If you were wandering through Level 7 of The Mailbox on November 29th or 30th, you would have happened upon a unique and cheerful craft fair full of quality handmade gifts. The Mailbox set up 3 lovely gazebos and decorated them in festive raffia stars, wreaths, and hearts. It certainly felt very Christmassy… especially with the authentic chill in the air coming in from the canals! It certainly didn’t waver our spirits, that’s for sure.
I am so proud of our talented stallholders, and so very grateful for taking this giant risk with us.
If you missed our Handmade Christmas Fairs at The Mailbox in November, you still have a chance to catch us… We will be there at the same place on Friday, December 13th from 1pm – 8pm, and Saturday, December 14th from 10am – 5pm.
The stallholders that joined us in November were:
Anna Lawrence – Blackout Boutique
Caroline Jariwala – Mango Mosaics
Ceri Saunders – Lili of the Valleys Emporium
Derek Lilley – Daddledo
Francine Schokker – Cow Studio
Hannah Rouse – Check My Box
Hazel Cooper – Hazel’s Handmade House
Jennifer Emanuel – Charlie’s Mom’s Chocolate Factory
Madeline Norris – Meeni
Rebecca Cowley – Working Clasp