Welcome to the Bazaar of the Bizarre
I am thrilled to be participating in The Bazaar of the Bizarre show again this year. I will be bringing my darker, more Gothic style of sterling silver jewelry to the show this year. I will have lots of skull jewelry, some coffin pendants and rings and I am very excited to premier my new Haunted Victorian Pendants and my adorable new line of bat earrings and pendants. I think you will enjoy my one of a kind jewelry!
I will be on the first floor of the Spice Factory, on the corner of the centre group of vendors. Come out and say hi! This is going to be an amazing show, 2 floors with lots to look at and you will be sure to find something to your fancy.
The Bazaar of the Bizarre is an alternative marketplace for handmade Canadian arts, crafts, jewelry and fashions. They strive to showcase independent makers or all things dark, strange, macabre, whimsical, futuristic or just plain strange. The Bazaar originally started as a Halloween edition in 2008 in Toronto. Since that time they have expanded and now organize 3-5 bazaars a year in different cities in Ontario.
Plastik wrap presents: The Bazaar of the Bizarre: Halloween 2018, Hamilton edition
What: A marketplace for all things, different, interesting, macabre, out of this world..."not your grandma's craft show". ;)
When: Sunday October 14th 2018, open to the public from 11am - 7pm
Where: 121 Hughson st. North, Hamilton, The Spice Factory
The bazaar remains a true Bazaar of the Bizarre, open to the public with free admission, and showcasing a wide variety of independent artists, designers, and crafters.
Wool & Stone
The Maille Women
hugo is a ghost
Sword in the Stone Crafts
Autumn Moon Enchantment
Le Petit Chapeau
Madsciencedyeanfiber, Stitch Noir
Half Mad Photography
Neal Auch Photography
Evey Muller Illustration, Noelle Anne. N
Poly Plastic Dreams
Valkyrie Bone Crafts
Sabrina Scott / Witchbody
Couth And Nail
Skulls n Broken Hearts
Helmut & Co
Vanessa Walsh Erotic Watercolours
Teta Kika / Casual Taxidermy
Sick On Sin
Norman Cristofoli Notebooks,
The Artis magazine
Art by Gabrielle Neveu