Mosgiel Artisan Market

Debbie Beatson, of Wingatui, and her son Daniel (10) display their colourful garden totems at the...
Debbie Beatson, of Wingatui, and her son Daniel (10) display their colourful garden totems at the Mosgiel Artisan Market on Saturday, May 7. Photos by staff photographer.
Nicole Broekhuyse, of Saddle Hill, creates Dutch-style paper tole 3-D gift cards.
Nicole Broekhuyse, of Saddle Hill, creates Dutch-style paper tole 3-D gift cards.
Gina Taylor, of Mosgiel, has put together hand-sketched colouring-in packs, which she sketches...
Gina Taylor, of Mosgiel, has put together hand-sketched colouring-in packs, which she sketches during lunch breaks in her regular job at a bank.
Mosgiel mum Joanna Bain's hand-crafted items included a tartan teddy bear.
Mosgiel mum Joanna Bain's hand-crafted items included a tartan teddy bear.
Jodi Gray, of Mosgiel, shows off her hand-crafted bath salts.
Jodi Gray, of Mosgiel, shows off her hand-crafted bath salts.

The last artisan market of the season was held at Bush Rd, Mosgiel, on Saturday.

Market organiser Carolyn Gernetzky said the market had been held on the first Saturday of every month and started last year with the opening of the Wooden Table bakery in October. The market is a venue for mostly local craftspeople to sell their hand-made wares.

"It's crafts, candles, bath salts, cards and plants,'' Ms Gernetzky said.

"This is the last one for the season ... We will be back up and running again after the winter break.''

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