26 March 2014

Some Super Super Craft action this Saturday 29 March and a Fairy Tale Fair in April

~ Etsy Craftivists ~
This Saturday 29th March 2014 from 11am - 6pm crafters curated by Brighton's Fairy Tale Fair will set up camp in the window of Super Super.


Super Super, 7 Kings Road, Brighton is located on the seafront between the Queen's and Thistle hotels (near Pool Valley) and is a super friendly creative hub.  On Saturday the window will be taken over by some Brighton creative sorts for some LIVE craft action.


There will be a line up of 14 Brighton Etsy members where every hour, two new people will take their place in the window to make something, ending with at least 14 pieces of work.


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Each piece will be raffled with the profits going to the local disability led arts organisation Carousel.


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The crafts will be on display at Super super as part of their window display for the WHOLE of April.  The theme will be around Etsy's brand colours of blue and orange, so we're unlikely to miss it.


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Raffle tickets will be on sale until the end of April with tickets available at the upcoming BTN Etsy talk at the Old Market, Hove 7th April.


Then on Saturday 12th April 2014, the Brighton Fairy Tale Fair will be taking place again between 10.30am – 4pm, free entry.


Head to Patcham Methodist Church, Ladies Mile Road, Patcham, Brighton for some handmade crafts, jewellery, Easter gifts, craft workshops, vintage tearoom and face painting.

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~ Brighton Fairy Tale Fair 12 April 2014 ~
If you are unfamiliar with the Fairy Tale Fair, it is a whimsical themed craft fair that takes place in Brighton.

The fair comprises of around 35 stalls selling a range of handmade crafts.  These include gifts, jewellery, knitted items, cute characters, cushions, cards, prints, accessories, vintage style items, hair pieces, bags, decorations, beads and much more.  There will also be face painting, and Alice in Wonderland themed cakes, Easter treats with tea and coffee served on vintage china.  From past experience the items are very appealing with a good range from some very talented people.


Click on The Fairy Tale Fair to find out more about this craft fair and the organiser / talented jewellery maker behind it, Claire Montgomery. 

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