Every few weeks we put out a great newsletter to share insightful interviews with many of the makers who take place in our market! Make sure you sign up at the bottom of the page to ensure you get the newsletters as soon as they're available!
Nicole Macey of The Little Craft House is a Mum of three, who loves to make and create. She loves attending markets and filling her home with handmade items. This inspired her to sell craft supplies and craft kits so others can join in on her passion, therefore bringing The Little Craft House to Life!
The Sand Card Company is a small business run by Jessica Scoble that provides sand card art activities at event, parties and more to help keep kids entertained. Read on to learn more about this small business.
Meet Waxiwraps! Mary Jane of Waxiwraps makes reusable, washable fabric food wraps infused with her own blend of Western Australian beeswax, Queensland grown jojoba oil, organic coconut oil and natural tree gum.
Baked by Erica is the baby of Erica who makes delicious cookies, brownie crunch, and sometimes has been known to dabble with cupcakes, muffins, slices and cakes.
Meet Kylie Marie who is the maker behind Lush Baubles. Lush Baubles is Kylie's business where she created fine hand-crafted, unique jewellery pieces for the individual. Kylie's jewellery is made from vintage and antique elements with precious and semi-precious gems.
Disappointed that you didn't make our last market? Don't worry - we have TWO events for you to choose from to attend over the WA Day long weekend! Read on to learn more and to learn about Leah from Lossie Made.
We are very excited about our upcoming Mother's Day Market this Sunday, May 14th at Heathcote Cultural Precinct. So much so that we have put some extra activities on! At this special Mother's Day Market you can purchase hampers we have put together with a selection of stallholder goods. We have a few varieties available in limited quantities. If you like, you can pre-order to collect on the day! To see the full range visit our shop on BigCartel.
Our next market date is on May 14th, which is Mother's Day. We've decided to mark the occasion with some special activities during the market so you can bring mum and make a day of it! Running from 9:30am - 3:30pm once again at Heathcote Cultural Precinct, there will be 150+ stallholders offering all sorts of amazing handmade goodies. Some of the faces are returning vendors, and some are new. Make sure you stop by to check them out.
Our upcoming market is this Sunday, April 2nd from 9:30am - 3:30pm. Once again at Heathcote Cultural Precinct there will be 152 stallholders offering all sorts of amazing handmade goodies. Also - read the newsletter to learn all about Zeezbeez!
Introducing Idabee and Eiress! Read on to learn more about about our featured maker, our upcoming market and business development workshops.
Read on to learn more about about our featured maker (Kelly Barker of Labyrinth Art), our upcoming giveaway, the first market for 2017 and our workshops.
Our first newsletter of 2017 includes details on our upcoming market on 19th February, and an exclusive interview with Kym Burgess of Galaxia Metal!
Upcoming event details for both upcoming Christmas markets, and meet maker Cassie Thoo of Caspa Creations.
This edition of the Perth Makers Market Newsletter includes an we talk with Latifa Haque of Stellarcryptic Creations, and detail some other events we're signed up for in Bridgetown and Applecross.
Get all the details about our upcoming October Market, and enjoy reading an insightful interview with Clare Purkis, owner of S & P Decorated Pet Cakes and Treats.
Meet Casey Thornton the artist behind Casey Thornton Fine Art & Design. Casey has recently started selling ceramic pieces that she has upcycled into uniquely beautiful and functional works of art.
Get all the details for our upcoming August 7th Market, and Meet the Maker with Jodie Smallridge of Matlee Small, who makes solid pine furniture for children aged 3 - 9 years old.
Our very first newsletter, which details upcoming events and includes regular features introducing some of the stallholders who you'll find at our markets. This newsletter includes an interview with Tara Mowat of Ruby Lights.