More than 50 stalls will be present at the second Streaky Bay Craft and Produce Market for the year next weekend.
The ever-popular market will be hosted at the Streaky Bay Institute on Sunday, December 1 from 10am to 2pm.
Items ranging from homemade cakes and handcrafted jewellery to plants and handmade candles and soaps will be on sale, as well as unique Christmas gifts.
Stallholders from across Eyre Peninsula will be present to set up shop and showcase their goods, while coffee and food vans will be present as will two buskers.
There will be plenty for the kids, including face painting and crafts, as well as a visit from Father Christmas.
Organiser Kayla Window said there would be something for everybody, and that it was "more than your average craft market".
"The Streaky Bay Craft and Produce Market is a platform to showcase some of Eyre Peninsula's extraordinary talent," she said.
Ms Window said products such as a Streaky Bay abalone necklace, and pre-loved old denim whales made by local artist Lauren Karp were examples of the creative and unique items that will be on sale.
She said the organising team were passionate about involving everybody young and old to showcase their creative side, and encourage them to start creating for the April 2020 market.