Here’re the folks you’ll be seeing at this weekend’s Maker’s Market in Alabang!

Posted by on Nov 20, 2014 in News | No Comments

We’re all set for this weekend!  From leather accessories to craft and calligraphy supplies, to papercut artworks and leather handbound journals, we’ve got a whole lot of handmade love coming your way at this weekend’s Maker’s Market at the Zonta Alabang Christmas Carnivale Bazaar happening from November 22-23 at the Filinvest Tent in Alabang!  The festivities begin at 10 AM and close at 9 PM of each day, and we’ll be having workshops and free demonstrations all throughout!  We’ll be posting about that a bit later on, but for the meantime, here’s a heads up on the folks you’ll be meeting this weekend (in no particular order):

  • aireescreates – Handmade collage paper wallets and passport jackets, art prints.
  • Sunday Paper Co. – Paper goods and supplies.
  • Details Ink – Hand drawn doodles on stationery card sets, notebooks, postcards and art prints.
  • Wolfe+Huntr/Shapeshifter – Handmade leather accessories, leather/canvas bags, original illustration graphic shirts, convertible collar polo shirts, original illustration notebooks/stationery, body chains.
From left to right: leather accessories from Wolfe+Huntr, a doodled notecard set by Details Ink, Sunday Paper Co notebooks, and a paper collage passport holder by aireescreates.

From left to right: leather accessories from Wolfe+Huntr, a doodled notecard set by Details Ink, Sunday Paper Co notebooks, and a paper collage passport holder by aireescreates.

  • Hands Love Papers – Framed papercut artworks.
  • Soul Flower – Handmade jewelry, dream catchers as wall hangings, bags and other leather goods.
  • Alunsina Handbound Books – Handcrafted leather journals, wood books, leather and writing accessories.
  • Barrio Chic – Locally designed and produced laundry bags, pouches, pillows, enamelware, hand soap, candles, umbrellas, wooden signages. 
From left to right: wooden signage by Barrio Chic, Kislap refillable journal by Alunsina Handbound Books, Fauna geometrica two-layer maya and agate necklace by Soulflower, framed papercut artwork by Hands Love Papers.

From left to right: wooden signage by Barrio Chic, Kislap refillable journal by Alunsina Handbound Books, Fauna geometrica two-layer maya and agate necklace by Soulflower, framed papercut artwork by Hands Love Papers.

  • Aimee’s Premium Soaps – Olive avocado soap, VCO soap, Flea Fly Fall herbal soap for dogs, turmeric body wash, acapulco hand soap.
  • Junk Studio – Rubbercut prints, handmade accessories and homeware.
  • Musiko Imbento – Handbuilt musical instruments, sound devices, circuit bending materials, CDs, prints, t-shirts.
  • thrrightbrainnook – Handsewn tote bags, pillow cases and felt ornaments.
From left to right: Aimee's Premium Soaps' various soaps, Musiko Imbento at the last Maker's Market (Global Pinoy 2014), embroidery and felted applique hoop art by Junk Studio, and The Right Brain Nook's handmade ornaments.

From left to right: Aimee’s Premium Soaps’ various soaps, Musiko Imbento at the last Maker’s Market (Global Pinoy 2014), embroidery and felted applique hoop art by Junk Studio, and The Right Brain Nook’s handmade ornaments.

From left to right: crocheted necklace by ganchillyou, greeting card flipbook by Flipily, personalized name wire bookmarks by GetWiredPH, solid perfume sticks by Aromateria Scents & Sensibilities.

From left to right: crocheted necklace by ganchillyou, greeting card flipbook by Flipily, personalized name wire bookmarks by GetWiredPH, solid perfume sticks by Aromateria Scents & Sensibilities.

On the left: The Weekend Movement's stickers and shirts, and on the right: 1372 design's handbound books made of upcycled materials.

On the left: The Weekend Movement’s stickers and shirts, and on the right: 1372 design’s handbound books made of upcycled materials.

Not everyone will be there for both days, so make sure to catch both days of the weekend, so you won’t miss a thing!  To keep updated, you can also join our Facebook Event Page.  See you!

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