A run-down church hall will be transformed into a winter wonderland this Christmas to host a unique pop-up shop for the festive period.
Organised by Rebecca Jamieson, The Kirkton of Rayne Christmas Shop will bring Christmas shopping to Inverurie with a large selection of handcrafted decorations, stocking fillers, interior accessories and gifts alongside new and vintage furniture.
Scottish artist Heather Mathieson's linocut prints will be available to purchase at the pop-up alongside jewellery by Hamespun.
Rebecca said: "I wanted to create a relaxing but high quality Christmas shopping experience in a beautiful location, different from the usual craft fairs and table top events.
"My background is in interior design and retail, and I love finding special and unusual Christmas decorations as well as decorating my own house for Christmas.
"The pop-up shop will combine those two passions and I am very excited to share them."
Working alongside Nina Eggens, who runs furniture upcycling business Nina’s Apartment, the pair will transform Rayne Village Hall into a festive grotto, with Nina’s vintage and retro home décor also on display.
A cosy cafe corner will be serving hot drinks and home bakes created by boutique caterers Vanilla Chocolate.
To bring even more festive cheer to the small Aberdeenshire village, the pop-up shop will also host a wreath making workshop on Friday, December 4.
Using fresh foliage, the wreath workshop will also offer participants complimentary glasses of wine and nibbles with all materials provided.
The Kirkton of Rayne Christmas Shop will open from 11am to 4pm Thursday to Sunday, with the grand opening on October 31.