Crafty Vintage at Holmes Mill.

Well Phew!  I have managed to finish off my Christmas shopping. And how better to complete my Christmas present purchases, than by browsing a lovely Christmassy Craft Fair. The venue was Holmes Mill , a former textile Mill in Clitheroe which has been transformed into a contemporary yet rustic food, drink and leisure space. Crafty Vintage Fairs are renowned for their quirky crafts and collectables and the stall-holders did not disappoint.  Here are only a small selection of the gorgeous wares that I came across.

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I couldn’t resist buying a pretty pocket mirror from Kat pearson Designs . Purrfect gifts for the crazy cat ladies amongst us. 🙂

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Cacti make wonderful Christmas gifts don’t you think. I love these festive succulents and the stall looks so fetching. For more information on Chris and Judith’s bespoke vintage planters, email  them at info@gardendesigner.co.uk

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I had never seen Typewriter Art before so I was surprised that these quirky illustrations were actually done on a typewriter !  This stall is called Oi Doris.  🙂

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Ida & Ruby make these darling Top Knot Baby Hats and I couldn’t resist picking one up for a friend. Look out for them on facebook and instagram.

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I love the Golden Syrup Tin Candles on this cute stall. Little Tree Crafts  make lots of cute and quirky bits & pieces that are ideal stocking fillers.

.And  Golly Goshingtons ( I love that name) sold ‘Just Gorgeous Stuff’. I found an unusual candle in the shape of a white stags  head. 🙂 Their email is gollygoshingtons@yahoo.com

Hmmmm What should I call him?

Have you been to a Christmas Craft fair this year?

8 thoughts on “Crafty Vintage at Holmes Mill.”

    1. I used to do fairs and have a stall making teacup candles. I ended up like a crazy teacup lady with a house full of them! Love Crafty Vintage though. The stalls were all so pretty.:)

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