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Who are the Bristol Pop-Up Shop?

The Bristol Pop-Up Shop is a collective brought to you by 10 members of the Bristol Etsy Team. Our mission is to connect and support Bristol’s small creative business community whilst simultaneously offering Bristol shoppers a special shopping experience that truly makes a difference. 

Each year since our launch in 2018, we’ve hosted our physical Pop-Up Shop, The Winter Pop-Up Shop, in The Galleries Shopping Centre in Bristol where we bring together a show-stopping selection of high quality products all locally designed and made from over 80 of Bristol’s small creative businesses. 

To find out a little bit more about how the Bristol Pop-Up Shop was born, check out our blog post here. 


Coasters by Fiona Clabon Illustration. Shop Christmas gifts and products designed, created and handmade by over 100 creative businesses based in Bristol and the southwest with Bristol Pop-Up Shop

What is The Winter Pop-Up Shop?

Launched in 2018, we've hosted our Winter Pop-Up Shop in The Galleries Shopping Centre in Bristol, located near Waterstones and the food court. Our Shop brings a beautiful array of high quality, locally designed and made products from over 80 Bristol businesses.

All the team working shifts in the Winter Pop-Up Shop are the makers, designers and artists who have their products stocked in there. This means shoppers can meet the makers and speak with the experts themselves! As a team, we are passionate about supporting our creative community and making a difference to small businesses. 

We're proud to be back for our 4th year running for Christmas 2021. Keep up to date with the latest on the Winter Pop-Up Shop then subscribe to our mailing list or follow us on Instagram.


Beard Oil and Men's Accessories by Bob's Beard Oil. Shop Christmas gifts and products designed, created and handmade by over 100 creative businesses based in Bristol and the southwest with Bristol Pop-Up Shop

What is the Online Bristol Pop-Up Shop?

The Online Bristol Pop-Up Shop was our new project for 2020. With the uncertainty of in-person shopping at Christmas, we wanted to bring our favourite Bristol makers and creatives online, so customers have the ease of shopping from the comfort of home. 

We launched with over 100 South West based creative businesses selling their incredible products. The support for our latest venture has been amazing and in April 2021, we brought back the Online Bristol Pop-Up Shop as a permanent fixture (not just for Christmas!).


Meet The Team 

Meet the Bristol Pop-Up Shop team


Jodie; Founder of Sunshine For Breakfast


Sunshine for Breakfast


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Sunshine for Breakfast is on a mission to brighten anyone's day with nature inspired illustrations and positive words

Based in Bristol, UK, Sunshine for Breakfast designs are inspired by colour and nature, creating beautiful and delicate illustrations with watercolour and gouache paints. Products often feature positive quotes in elegant hand lettering, in the hope of bringing a smile.

The idea for Sunshine for Breakfast started sending handmade cards to friends and family, as a little surprise snail mail, to brighten, inspire or motivate. The first printed Sunshine cards launched in 2016.

Products are focussed around uplifting greeting cards and mindfulness gifts, including luxury gold foiled cards, postcards, art prints and coasters


Sophie Moloney Founder of Moloneymakes



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Moloneymakes is a vegan friendly knitting and craft brand which provides a range of lovely knitting kits, yarns and bamboo tools designed to encourage mindful making.

Sophie runs the business from her studio (aka yarn palace) based in Bristol, UK. Moloneymakes was founded when Sophie discovered knitting during her recovery process from a battle with mental illness. Knitting proved to be the outlet she needed; each stitch provided respite from a busy brain and the mindful repetition of each row helped to alleviate high levels of anxiety and depression.

Now, Moloneymakes mission is to help others cultivate a sense of mindfulness in their lives too. It provides people with a way of utilising the therapeutic benefits of knitting for themselves and encourages you to enjoy a moment of calm and feel your mind quieten with the rhythmic movement of the needles.




Stitching Me Softly 

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I am Emma Bassey and I run Stitching Me Softly, a crochet and craft kit business, from my studio in Bristol.

I have always been creative and taught myself to crochet 8 years ago whilst pregnant with my second daughter.

I then spent some time developing my skills before launching Stitching Me Softly in 2017, just after the birth of my third daughter.

I really enjoy designing new products which inspire the creativity in other people. This has led to designing a range of craft kits and running workshops around the UK.

Rhea of Moon Fire Clay


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Fascinated with the possibilities and unpredictability of smoke firing, Rhea creates one of a kind pieces that gain their markings from botanicals that are fired alongside the clay.

Inspired by nature and the beautiful array of plants growing around her in Bristol, all of the botanicals used in the firings are foraged or home grown, meaning that the firings are in tune with the seasons and vary throughout the year.

Using a process called saggar firing, each individual ceramic piece is packed in it’s own parcel to hold carefully placed flora on the surface. These are then placed directly into a fire so that the leaves, flowers and botanicals burn and infuse into the clay body, leaving beautiful, painterly marks and patterns. Sometimes the shapes of the botanicals are really clear, other times more abstract but they are forever imbued into the ceramic piece, creating a connection between the object and the place in which it was created. Needless to say no two pieces are ever the same, and the practice and ritual are as integral to the work as the clay itself. 



Kate Blandford

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Contemporary Cross Stitch for Modern Makers

If you’re a cross stitch lover or looking for a new hobby then you are in the right place. I specialise in cross stitch kits for the radical crafter, all designed in house by myself with a good sprinkling of pastels, bold typography and sometimes (but usually) an alternative twist. Cos everyone knows metal + cross stitching = awesome.

Or if you are just eyeing up something ready made with a contemporary twist to adorn your home then I have also got you covered.

My cross stitch kits are designed and made up by hand in Bristol. 90% of the contents of my kits are either sourced from manufacturers here in the UK, reputable sources from the EU or post consumer waste from the US. The plan is to make this 100% by the end of 2019 so customers can shop knowing they are buying from an ethically (and environmentally) conscious business. They are packaged in a kraft box with a printed paper sleeve, both of which are recyclable.


Woollen Wytch

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Woollen Wytch creates unique hand dyed yarns and sustainable knitting notions for knitters, spinners and fibre fanatics from her home in Bristol. Focusing on dyeing small batch yarn inspired by books, music and the depths of the wilderness- no two skeins are the same. At the heart of Woollen Wytch, there’s always something a little magic.

Woollen Wytch’s range of sustainable knitting notions includes stitch markers, pocket sized guides and mini tools for the knitter on the go. Every stitchmaker has been hand drawn and designed by Steph before being printed and cut from sustainably sourced maple wood.




Corinne Evans Jewellery

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Corinne creates recycled sterling silver, copper and brass jewellery inspired by nature.

Each item is lovingly handcrafted in her South Bristol workshop using traditional silversmithing techniques.

Corinne grew up in rural Wales, which continues to be a source of inspiration for her work. She moved to Bristol in 2010, after obtaining a BaHons in Metalwork and Jewellery Design from Sheffield Hallam University.

Recycled eco silver is used where available and is sourced from trusted UK suppliers. All packaging is recycled and recyclable. 




Sky Siouki

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Sky founded Sky Siouki in 2013 fresh out of uni having completed a degree in printed textile design at Nottingham Trent University. She moved to Bristol soon after to follow her dream to do what she loves and hasn’t looked back since.

Sky Siouki is an independent art and design brand offering an artistic range of digitally printed homewares and gifts. Each design stems from lovingly hand-drawn illustrations and abstract paintings, taking key inspiration from wildlife and modern art. All products are made in the UK using natural, high quality materials, fulfilling Sky’s aim to offer a unique range of beautiful yet ethical products.




Hello Cleo UK

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Sabina is the designer and seamstress behind the seams of Hello Cleo. She’s a sucker for bold prints and bright colours and firmly believes that sustainably-made clothes don’t have to be boring.

Growing up in Sweden, Sabina began sewing at a young age and loved re-working second hand clothing as a teen. After studying fashion design at college, she worked as a sample seamstress for an independent fashion brand and further developed her skills after moving to Bristol by working in bridal studios and in tailoring.

Wanting to develop her own designs for fun, everyday clothing she started Hello Cleo in 2016. The clothes and accessories that she sews in her home studio are made to stand out in your wardrobe!





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Warmlii is reviving the Swiss tradition of using cherry stones for therapeutic purposes by making eco-friendly thermal pillows that can be used hot or cold to alleviate aches and pains.

Warmlii pillows are 100% natural, made with organic cotton fabric and filled with cherry stones, they adapt to the shape of the body and smell delicious when heated. Properly cared for these sustainably made thermal pillows can last for years.

Bee started Warmlii in 2016 after realising that very few people in England knew about the incredible benefits of cherry stones. Having grown up in Germany, where cherry stone pillows are a common thing, she decided it's time they find their way into more homes over here and replace those smelly old wheat bags!

All pillows are handmade in her cosy little home studio with the hope to share the warmth one pillow at a time and to provide comfort and healing.



Fiona Clabon Illustration

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Fiona creates colourful handmade paper collages, designed in Bristol and printed as a small range of products in the UK. Her cheerful products are designed to add a little joy to the home and to share as beautiful Cards and gifts with loved ones.

All of Fiona’s designs begin life in her cosy Bristol studio. Her designs are bold and bright, all with a combination of crisp clean collage, vibrant and varying textures and hand rendered text.

Fiona Clabon Illustration was launched in 2015 as a brand primarily selling Cards, Art Prints and Coasters. Fiona’s business still offers these key product lines, featuring a range of collage designs and Cards for all occasions.

All products are printed through reliable printers in the UK, and are vibrant, full of life and of excellent quality. As a small environmentally aware business, Fiona always uses local suppliers where possible, biodegradable wrappings and reuses all spare materials and