Artisans & Vendors Juried for the 2018 Christmas Event     

Wanda Cobert - Homemade soaps, lip balms, soap dishes and more!

Jacqueline Davis - Hand-dyed scarves and cowl neck scarves

Fred DesCamps - Intarsia

John Eberhardt - Wildlife art oil paintings

Marc Featherly – Handcrafted wood art.  Decorative, seasonal, realistic and humorous figures and ornaments

Mike Hartzler – Woodcarvings.  Spoons, decorative and functional; flat ornaments and carvings

Carlee Hawkins  - Handmade goods and curated vintage items - Whimsical crochet accessories made with quality yarn and vintage buttons. Tea cup soy and essential oil candles.

Reina & Dale Hidden - Hand-crafted items and live art creations both beautiful and unique

Lisa Hinshaw - Original art and digital prints

Lori Huddleston - Bead embroidery, semi-precious stone jewelry

Jan King & Ruby Bledsoe - Designer wreaths, swags, and centerpieces in fresh evergreen; all natural Christmas trim and roping, everlasting florals, wedding display and consultations

"Linda's Ladybugs & Silver Bindings" - Local knitters and crocheters Linda Harman, Samantha James, & Mary Dunphy-Williams.

Chef Laura Lytle - Preparing and serving food for the event in the Walnut Grove Farm Cafe

 Diane Martino - Unique handmade jewelry

Ellen McDowell - Photography - framed photos, prints & note cards

Ann Pastucha - Polymer clay covered items, jewelry, buttons and felted wool scarves, rugs, coffee cozies, hot pads, and headbands

Becky Peterson - Santas and snowmen using diverse media, such as painted driftwood and paper mache

Pilot Knob Comforts specialty hull-less red and blue heirloom popcorn from the family’s farm - sold on consignment

Linda Putnam - Linda's Amazing Salsas - Christmas Gift Packs, Pies, Caramel Apples s and more!

Thomas Rogers - Stained glass hanging pieces and lanterns

Luis Villa  - Peruvian jewelry artisan who has mastered the traditional Andean styles in macrame, leather, and metal

Elizabeth Wood - Quality hand-woven, knitted and felted items