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Embrace the magic of handcrafted gifts at Flowerfield’s Christmas Craft Market

The fantastic Moneyvart Ceramics, just one of the 38 stallholders who feature at this year’s Flowerfield Christmas Craft Market.

The much-anticipated Christmas Craft Market has made a welcome return to Flowerfield Arts Centre Portstewart.

This fantastic seasonal market is filled with the finest handcrafted gifts and shoppers can expect a selection that is bigger and better than ever, with 38 artisan stallholders showcased this year.

Many of the makers participating this year are from the Causeway Coast and Glens area, and by choosing a one-of-a-kind, handmade gift from the Flowerfield Christmas Craft Market, you will not only find the perfect present for your loved ones, but you will also support a fantastic community of artisan businesses throughout Northern Ireland.

It’s a unique opportunity to embrace the spirit of giving while celebrating the incredible talent and craftsmanship that the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough area and beyond has to offer.

This year’s Christmas Craft Market is open from now until Thursday 21st December also offers late night shopping each Wednesday and Thursday. You’ll find everything to help tick off your Christmas shopping list, from exquisite pottery, fashion accessories and stunning jewellery, to art work, glass homeware, candles, and of course artisanal, seasonal foods.

For a memorable and meaningful Christmas shopping experience, visit the Flowerfield Christmas Craft Market and allow the magic of a handcrafted Christmas make this festive season truly special.

A selection of art on display from Elizabeth Johnson one of the stallholders who feature at this year’s Flowerfield Christmas Craft Market.

This year’s Flowerfield Christmas Craft Market will showcase 38 local and Northern Ireland makers, some of the local makers participating are: (front – back) Yolande Shannon, Lappin and May, and Potter and Bunny.

Candle brand Soy & Sisters will be offering an array of scented soy candles at this year’s Flowerfield Christmas Craft Market.

Amy Donaghey Arts Marketing and Engagement Officer, The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens, Councillor Steven Callaghan, Desima Connolly Council’s Arts Services Manager, Pat Brown from Bare Leaf Makers, the group are standing beside Urban Bloom Creative’s stall at the Flowerfield Christmas Craft Market.

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Yolande Shannon Designs

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