The light catches several nomad necklaces, made with bronze, chain and trade beads on display at the MAST table at Cultivate Tucson December 2016. 

If you missed out on this year's Cultivate Tucson pop-up market, don't worry.

Here are photos of most of the vendors who were there for the Saturday, Dec. 3 event, along with links to their work so you can still buy that perfect gift.

You can also find some of the vendors at the Mercado San Agustin holiday bazaar Dec. 16-18, 2016.

This was the second year for the market and the first time at this location — a former tire shop south of downtown.

Twenty percent of this year's proceeds went to the Iskashitaa Refugee Network, an organization dedicated to educating and integrating refugees into the Tucson Community. 

Lesli Wood, owner of LaCurie Artisan Perfumes, at her display table.

Ryan Blackmer, and his Blackmer Studios wooden artworks.

Fine Life Co. model Rachel Apostolik, left, with owner Emily Tartaglia.

Amanda Brown, left, owner of Tucson Herb Store, with employee Zoe Anable.

Ryann Socca and her clothing line Luca Ryann.

Eliza Craig, owner of Willie's Fort, greets a friend.

Spring Winders, left, owner of Heliotrope, helps customer Becky Tsang look over a selection of her jewelry at the winter 2016 Cultivate market.

Modern Aquarian owner Ashley White with her booth.

Samirah Steinmeyer, owner of Seedling Clayworks, sold almost completely out of her merchandise early in the day.

Mellow Dawn Lund, one of the artists of MAST, meets a customer at their table.

Quinlan Whilhite, left, owner of Qmulative and helper Saige Williams at his table.

Black Hill Design owner Jake Scott and his wares.

Jon Mavko, owner of Jon Mavko Wood Turner & Sculptor, waits for customers by his display.

Alex Tovar, co-owner of Why I Love Where I Live shows a customer one of his shirts.

Emily Makes & Styles owner Emily Jo VanWagenen helps a customer.

Owner Katie Wisdom, right, with her dad Gary, talks to a potential buyer.

Little Toro Designs owner Tawney Weir at her booth.

Linda Cato Arts owner Linda Cato talks to a buyer.

Allegiant Brand Leather owner Anthony Kincheloe with his goods.

Everyday Beautiful Human owner and artist Erin Hughes makes a sale.

Emma Robinson, left, with her friend, Cailin Holmes, owner of Tin & Teak.

Sarah Orzel, left, Spencer Godfrey and Emily Orzel at the Emily Orzel Illustration table.

Carly Croman laughs with a customer while handling the sales at the LeadLocal display last year. 

Lex Gjurasic, owner of Lex Gjurasic Studio, at her table.

Andy Littleton, left, owner and Cassy Howell, artist, talk with a customer at the Midtown Artisans display.

Passersby examine the Iskashitaa table at the second annual Cultivate Tucson. Twenty percent of this year's market sales went to the refugee network.

Alex Jimenez of Alexclamation Artworks at her table.

Gabriel Flores, a photographer for Territory Magazine, talks to an interested party.

Ben Bordner, left, owner of Stix & Stones, and Jenna Miles owner of Jenna Miles Design, share a table for their works.

Kelsey Collins, owner of KCo Designs, with a customer.

Amanda Reed makes a sale at the Wood & Pulp table.

Ursula Basinger, owner of Urs Basinger Stoneware, handles a purchase.

Becca Rand makes a sale at her Becca Rand Illustrations table.

Gina Compitello-Moore describes the plants for sale from Arid Adaptations Nursery.

Julie Bonner, owner of Julie Originals, talks to a customer while sharing a table with The Dandelion Attic, at left, at the second annual Cultivate Tucson.

Haley Haynes, owner of 5 Design, at her table.

Angela Grateron, left, and her sister Ronnie, work their String & Stencil merchandise while sharing a table with Seth Vietti, right, co-owner of Four Corner LTD.

Valerie Sipp, left, manning the MOCAShop display, and Alexis Avalos, manning the Gild display at a shared table.

Emily Weatherford, left, co-owner of Josiah Knuckles and Marcy Ellis, owner of her self-named business, share a table to sell their pieces.

Amanda Martinez, a stylist at Salon Salon, holds down the fort at the salon's table.

Check out the full list of the 2016 vendors here.

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