As week one of my guest editorship draws to a close, I'd like to thank you all for reading, voting and commenting. It's been a fun five days and I'm really looking forward to getting stuck in next week!

But first - and this ties in rather neatly with yesterday's popular post about a handmade Christmas - if you're in London and stuck for something to do tomorrow why not check out not one but two wonderful crafty Christmassy fairs? Full info after the jump:

First up, Bust Magazine's Holiday Craftacular takes place in Euston and features a Tatty Devine Craft Clinic, knitting and sewing workshops, DJ sets and much more for a mere £2 entry fee. Opening hours are midday - midnight so drop in any time!

A short bus ride away the We Make London crew are hosting We Make Christmas at The American Church on Tottenham Court Road, with "carol singers & craft demos plus much more festive fun". Opening hours are 11am-5pm, and it sounds like the perfect opportunity to get all your Christmas presents bought and learn a new skill to boot.

Why not make a day of it? Don't forget to let us know what you bought!

Image courtesy of plakboek's Flickr stream.