The final Makers Market of the year in Preston was a quiet one after being delayed due to bad weather.
What is normally a packed out market was much quieter due to being moved much closer to Christmas and on a Monday afternoon.
The market was originally planned for Saturday 14th December but couldn’t go ahead due to safety concerns because of strong winds and rain.
Despite a reduced number of stalls today there was still a great range on show of festive treats.
A lot of it truly unique and handmade, you could pick up a last-minute present for that one person that is very hard to buy for.
A new business, only up and running for 4 weeks. Kemps Creative Cutting takes recycled vinyl records and turns them into a great house decoration. All homemade, they can make custom creations of anything.
These handmade decoupaged bottles make an ideal table centrepiece. All made from recycled bottles, there is plenty of designs to choose from and they can personalise a bottle to your specification.
These handcrafted wooden creations can make the perfect gift or a great ornament for the kitchen and home. They had some great unique wooden boxes like rustic oak jewellery boxes decorated with semi-precious stones. The wonderful patterns on the wood are from all-natural staining on the trees.
Based in Manchester, these handmade and hand-poured luxury scented candles are perfect for around the house and they are vegan-friendly and paraben-free.