The Makers and Shakers is an indoor, curated retail event that brings together people who care about where things come from, how things are made and what things are made of. whether its homewares, furniture, food, flowers, stationary or photography – The Makers and Shakers aim is to give local makers an affordable and fun place to show and sell their wares and for shoppers to have an awesome day out, as well as pick up some wonderful new treasures along the way.
Travelling to Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and Adelaide, the third Adelaide edition of event will come to Woodville Town Hall on Saturday 16 December.
Here are some of our favourite kids/babies specific products:
Fleeci maker Lisa Butler designs and creates softies and giftwares with a focus on using Eco friendly and recycled materials. She uses eco felt and filling which is made from 100% recycled plastic bottles. The cute range of animals, dolls and gifts, have a warm and fuzzy vibe.
Local Adelaide Artist Kate Mason brings a whimsical touch to her illustrated designs. Her designs are colourful, bold, imaginative and original. Kate makes bags, stationary, cards, material and now art prints to adorn your little one’s walls.
Dot Chocolate was created by Megan, a trained chocolatier, who also has a passion for baking! She loves creating and reworking old favourites. Everything she makes is make in small batches so big and small customers can enjoy delicious freshly baked goodies. Most popular with the little ones – her famous fairy bread biscuit!
Dana Kinter Art
Kitty Came Home
Strike a Posy
The Dandy Tea Co.
Hello There Cheeky
The Woollen Earth
Abbots and Kinney
RJ Crosses Ceramics
Darling Paper Co
Ells and Moosh
Made by Katherine
Alcome co Bodycare
Ashlee Hopkins Handmade Ceramics
WRAPPA Reusable Food Wraps
Shanghai Lil and the Scarlet Fez
Jax and Co
Really Useful Pots
Back to Basics Traditions
Moi An – Vietnamese
Woodville Town Hall, 74
Woodville Rd, Woodville SA 5011
Cost: Adults $2 // Kids under 12 FREE
*no ATM on site
Images provided by Makers and Shakers Market