Friends Jori and Ayla took about a week to complete their crafts on sale at the Gnarly Little Christmas Craft Fair at the Lewis Centre Saturday. Photo by Erin Haluschak

Little crafters show off their skill at annual fair

Friends Jori and Ayla had some of their wares on sale Saturday morning in Courtenay as part of the 10th annual Gnarly Little Christmas Craft Fair.

They are one of many tables showcasing both skill, creativity and entrepreneurship at the Lewis Centre Dec. 1.

The fair, which is underway all day until 3 p.m., showcases talented youth aged 9 to 19 years old. More than 30 vendors are selling their homemade crafts including baking, art, crafts, woodwork, jewellery, stocking stuffers and more.

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