Handmade Pop-Up is a seasonal online event featuring handmade goods from artists and makers around the world.
Each pop-up includes a carefully curated selection of vendors who sell everything from art & prints, apothecary goods, clothing, home decor, leather goods, jewelry, etc. We're committed to curating an amazing collection of conscious brands to provide a unique shopping experience for all.
NOW ACCEPTING VENDORS
HOLIDAY 2018 | NOV. 1–12th
Join our global online market, where thousands of mindful consumers around the world come to shop your handmade goods.
▿ HEAR FROM OUR VENDORS
"The first time I participated in Handmade Pop-Up I had zero experience selling my work online. The HMPU community energized and supported me through the new territory and the experience blew me away. I felt motivated by my fellow makers to share my work in a meaningful and intentional way and learned so much about delivering a quality experience to new customers. I formed relationships with fellow creatives and we have continued to support each other over the past year. That support in itself has been invaluable and the guidance delivered by Sam + Grace was priceless, what an incredible platform! Personally, the best part was the confidence it gave me to continue to share and sell my artwork... I owe a lot to Handmade Pop-Up for that, truly."
"Grace and Sam are somehow able to bring a high-bar professionalism and keep reachable accessibility to the Handmade Pop-Up. Cabal Crafted has never felt like it was just 'another vendor', nor has it ever felt like I was participating in some low quality vanity project. I’m convinced that they don’t just want to grow the maker community with the HMPU, but that they also want to grow with it. No one else that I know of is doing something as sustainable or intimately innovative for makers in this way. I’m glad they evaluate which vendors make sense for each pop-up. Participating with them has helped Cabal Crafted observe how its approach to design and craft interacts with a global audience without the risk of being drowned beneath thousands of other vendors' 'stuff'. "