Attention: the holy mecca of craft fairs, Detroit Urban Craft Fair, is taking over the Masonic Temple this weekend.

Photo from Handmade Detroit

Photo from Handmade Detroit

This holiday palooza goes from December 2-4th. If you have never been, it is a must see extravaganza! This isn’t your grandma’s craft fair- think HGTV worthy home goods, luxe accessories, and unique bits and bobs from local artisans.

Click here to check out their website for more information and a full list of vendors! 

Photo from Bobcat Bonnies

Photo from Bobcat Bonnies

Make a day of it and conquer near by Corktown before you head into the Masonic- you’re going to need a big breakfast for stamina! Brunch at Bobcat Bonnies for $3 build-your-own bloody mary~mimosa bar, or Gold Cash Gold for a more upscale brunch (if you eat pork, make sure to try their pork belly it's out of this world).

 

 

After brunch, browse vintage boutique, El Dorado General Store. Owner, Erin Gavle, travels the country to find one of a kind clothing for her store- talk about living the dream! El Dorado is THE place to find a unique gift for the boho-fashionista on your list!

Not too far down Michigan Ave. is Artifactry known for their collection of Detroit home goods and boutique clothing. Expect bigger furniture items than what will be sold at the Detroit Urban Craft Fair.

Photo from Artifactry

Photo from Artifactry

Finally, after a big (maybe boozy) brunch and preshopping-shopping head to Detroit Urban Craft Fair at the Masonic Temple!

We would love to see what finds you walk away with, tag #JADOREDETROIT in your social media posts!

Sincerely

Your friend, Sam Robinson

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