Unique hand made gifts and homeware
Buckinghamshire is brimming with creative makers & crafters finding outlets for their talents and producing unique and charming items for the home, the family and for gift-givers who like to put some individuality back into the art of giving.
We have delicate stained and fused glassware, hand made candles and bags, beautiful cards, woodcraft and stunning jewellery unavailable on the high street.
Most commonly the tables are manned by the crafter themselves who are delighted to explain their methods and motives and always happy to consider commissions.
Selling with us in 2019
Bellissima Artisan Glass - Fused Glass
Butterfly Beading & Bags - Beading & Bags
Crazy Sara Crafts - Accessories & Cookbooks
Doodle Art by Sarah Clottey - Artwork
Heidi H Studio - Merino Wool creations
House of Vintro - Statement Jewellery
HoT Creative - Gifts, Cards, Home Decor
Let's Be Cats Jewellery - Unique Jewellery & Gifts
Leesh Craft London - Scented Candles
Natural Quilts - Quilts & Quillows
Poppi Harrison Art - Miniature Art
Statues 4 Gardens - Garden Items
The Honest Bunting Company - Bunting
The Reversible Robin - Jewellery, Gifts, Cards
Wild Bloom Beads - Semiprecious Jewellery
Interested in selling with us this year?
Our 2020 Exhibition will be 15–17 May, 2020
Tables are charged at £40 for the duration of the Fair. Set up is on the Friday afternoon and we politely ask our stallholders to wait until we close to visitors on Sunday at 3pm before deconstructing their display. As this is a fundraising event we also ask for a donation from each seller of a prize for our popular raffle.
All items must be unique: hand crafted or hand finished this is not a reseller event.
Please note: WiFi can be provided for the event, but it is not a secure network.
For full details about joining us to sell your work please email , we will email you full details and an entry form.
We hope all our exhibiting artists and crafters will help us to promote the event - now each individual has their own contacts and interest groups to publicise the event and this is where we can achieve real momentum.
Organisers are parent volunteers and all profits support The Beaconsfield School PTFA. We hope wide-reaching support of the Art & Craft Fair benefits all members of the school community from the students and staff, parent body and neighbours to the local creative producers themselves.