Crafeteria 2015 in Phoenix: Here's the Vendor Lineup and Marketplace Map

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Frances hosts its 10th annual Crafeteria on Friday, December 4. And, frankly, you'd be a cotton-headed ninnymoggins to miss it. 

The free-to-attend annual holiday craft marketplace takes over the Central Phoenix boutique's parking lot area from 6 to 10 p.m. with food trucks, live music, and booths from more than 50 local vendors with handmade goods, artwork, and, well, something for pretty much everyone on your "nice" list. 

Below we've got the complete lineup of vendors, as well as a corresponding map to help you plot out your shopping spree.

1. Dancing Dragonfly Studio
2. Pink Puddle
3. Zen Bird
4. Unravel Me
5. Madalyn Nault
6. Hello Aha
7. Peabo Pots
8. Ateleia Craft + Design
9. Blackstocks Supply Co.
10. MerMade Jewelry
11. MB Arts
12. Sweetish Treats
13. Sighfoo
14. The Kitschy Stitcher
15. Urban Cookies Bakeshop
16. Cartel Coffee Lab
17. Jar of Buttons
18. Humble House Handmade
19. Rise Biscuit Co.
20. Cherry Bombin' Wear
21. Katie Sterbenz Design
22. Standard Wax
23. Miro Made This
24. Verano Bathery
25. DeLuce Design
26. Iron Root
27. Union Trade
28. Hazel & Violet
29. Desert Dust Jewelry
30. Simon Says Macy
31. Unika Collections
32. Susan Rice Designs
33. Silver Lining Goods
34. KB Cute
35. LetterCraft
36. State Forty-eight
37. Xappaland
38. HustleMama
39. Little Addictions
40. Millie's Caramels
41. Against the Grain
42. Citizen Home Decor
43. Lux Hardgoods
44. Sunnybrooke Candles
45. Feral Empire
46. Crafty Chica
47. Valerie Galloway/Willie's Fort
48. Two Trees Botanicals
49. Foster & Leon
50. Oxford Dogma
51. Three Mac Studio
52. Lynne Bonnell
53. Olive Rose
54. LaFayette Avenue Ceramics
55. Letterpress Central
56. Baby Teith

Editor's note: This post has been updated from its original version.

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