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Unique Gifts – More Exhibitors

If you have read the last blog post, you will know that The Barn is hosting a Unique Gifts Fair on Sunday, 29th November, which will showcase 40 local artists and crafters. The previous blog post featured ten of our exhibitors and here are ten more.

Butterfly Track Publications, Four Marks: Rachel Hudson is a copywriter and illustrator who designs eco-friendly illustrated cards, prints and giftware alongside her commercial work.

Jaunty Seagull, Adershot: Producing personalised and handmade gifts with a quirky coastal twist, Jaunty Seagull lovingly create each bespoke gift and create the perfect seasonal gift, handmade bunting and framed graphics.

Jenkyn Place, Bentley: A boutique, family-owned estate producing award-winning English sparkling wines, including Jenkyn Place’s Brut Cuvée and Sparkling Rosé which is made in the traditional method from the classic Champagne grape varieties. A bottle or two will be perfect for your Christmas lunch.

Round Objects, Odiham: Harriet Walford creates contemporary jewellery drawing inspiration from landscapes, architecture and the natural world.

Melina Xenaki Ceramics, London: Melina studied at the University for the Creative Arts, Farnham. Her work currently includes porcelain vases, tea cups and planter pots in simple, contemporary designs.

The Cole Shed, Odiham: Claire Cole produces handmade pyjama gift sets in a range of fabrics, as well as hot water bottles and teddy bears. Pyjamas are currently available in festive fabrics.

MummyLovesLily, Alton: MummyLovesLily is a girl’s luxury handmade boutique clothing and accessories brand for sizes 0-8 years, offering a range of classic styles which are practical yet stylish, will grow with your little girl and can be worn across all seasons.

OC Collections, Fleet: Orange Chimney Collections offers hand crafted wooden wares to at sensible prices, including chopping boards, candlesticks, platters and Christmas gifts. Items are crafted from UK woods such as Ash and Beech.

Lotties Cottage, Droxford: At Lottie’s Cottage everything is handmade, everything is unique, and created with attention to detail and a passion for style and quality. With art work, cushions and felted animals on offer, there are certainly plenty of Christmas gift ideas.

Julia Becker, Alresford: Julia produces a large range of handmade, organic body products. Initially making soaps, the range has expanded to include bath products, hand creams, body and foot lotions.