Got Craft? celebrates its 24th event and 11th year as Vancouver’s largest indie craft fair at The Maritime Labour Centre in East Vancouver December 8-9, 2018. Shop from over 85 handmade makers and local brands, including almost 20% new vendors to the show.
Vendors will showcase clothing, beauty and bath products, jewelry, artisanal food, art, ceramics, home goods, greeting cards, and so much more. The market gives an opportunity for shoppers to buy locally and handmade for each person on their gift list. Guests will enjoy food from Chickpea and Disco Cheetah, swag bags, a play area hosted by Aster + Clove, and book signings by local authors, Lyndsay from Coco Cake Land and Megan from Pip + Pin.
Got Craft? Holiday Edition 2018
Where: Maritime Labour Centre (1880 Triumph St, Vancouver)
When: Saturday, December 8 & Sunday, December 9, 2018 10:00am to 5:00pm
Tickets: Available online now for $3 or at the door for $5
The first 50 people at the event each day will get amazing swag bags filled with goods from vendors. Each limited edition tote is printed by local maker, Robbie Vergara Screenprinting, and are designed locally by The Beautiful Project.
With vendors coming from all over BC, Got Craft? showcases the best in independent craft and design, connecting makers with savvy shoppers. Experience a lovely day out with your friends or partner while shopping for unique, locally handmade goods for your gift list.
Win a Got Craft? Prize Pack
Got Craft? has once again offered up an amazing prize pack for a lucky Miss604 reader to win. This year’s haul is valued at over $1,100 thanks to Got Craft? vendors!
And of course two tickets for the winner to check out the event. Here’s how you can enter to win:
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I will draw one winner at random from all entries at 12:00pm on Wednesday, November 28, 2018. Winner must pick up their prize pack at Got Craft on December 8 or 9, 2018 between 10:00am and 5:00pm at the Maritime Labour Centre in Vancouver.
Update: The winner is Kelly Cote Erickson!