Christmas Artisan Markets

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Christmas lights out the front of Tramsheds.
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The Tramsheds is turning up the festive cheer in December

When it comes to boutique products and locally grown, seasonal produce, the folks at Tramsheds know what they’re doing. It’s home to some of Sydney’s favourite hospitality providers and a popular farmers’ market held every Sunday. Now, they throwing more tinsel into the mix with the Christmas market they’ll set up every Wednesday night and all day Saturday until present day. It’ll be sparkling under Christmas lights and Saint Nick is set to make an appearance.

There will still be a focus on fabulous food, with more of a sweet angle than the veggie-championing Sunday market. Sugary carbs never looked better than the intricately designed sweet parcels from Annie Makes Cakes or Petal Met Sugar (especially with a matching flower arrangement), and you can DIY your own sugar towers at home with Sweet Health’s adorable bottled baking mixes.

But considering the few weeks until present day, it’s probably time to knuckle down and find some winning gifts for the family. Kids will love Dough My Dear’s custom play dough, Bay on Third will provide chunky gem jewellery, Mavasi can offer your fashionista pals pure silk accessories and Claycups has got you covered for earthy handmade ceramics.

Throughout December, you can also get involved in festive workshops at the Tramsheds, like learning how to make Christmas wreaths and decorate gingerbread. You could really impress the rellos this Christmas and learn how to make pasta, dumplings or a creamy platter of burrata and bocconcini. You can stroll up to a class but registering is advised.

By: Olivia Gee


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