Participating Crafters & Artists

2023 Crafters & Artists

Bob Carter, BC Stonewear – hand-crafted artisan stone jewelry
Beverley Diaz, Beverley’s Jewels – hand-crafted jewelry using semi-precious stones and Swarovski crystals, sterling silver, copper, brass, pewter and gun metal
Rebecca GoosThe Glass Goos – glass jewelry, ornaments, figurines, and baubles handmade at the torch
Sharon Kirkland – Copper jewelry holders & displays; beaded and/or stitched jewelry; beaded holiday accessories and ornaments
Nicole Mautz, CAPtivating Designs Jewelry– key rings, money clips, pins, one of a kind necklaces, Christmas ornaments (vintage light bulb reflector)
Jon Schoonmaker, Schoonmaker Enterprises - Native American dreamcatchers, earrings, spirit windows & necklaces; Swarovski jewelry & Santa necklaces
Taylor ThomasSpunky Raven Designs - copper enamel jewelry: earrings, bracelets, necklaces, and beaded headbands
Vicki Vipond – unique and individually designed jewelry made from natural materials (stone & shell beads), glass beads and assorted metals including sterling silver

Judy Carley,
The Bow Lady – women and children’s embellished clothing, hair accessories, towels, jeweled Christmas trees, mittens, hats and more (in tent outside, weather permitting)
Jennine Duda, Zippity Duda’s Emporium of Fabric Delights – quilts, totes, jewelry & crayon rolls, zippered pouches in many sizes, banners, stockings, gift bags, puppet theaters & other fun fabric creations
Lolita Fischer and Marlene Brodt, L&M Crafts – mittens made from recycled wool sweaters
Penny Hoffman, Penny’s Crochet Creations – crocheted animal and character hats
Norma Jorgensen – felted wool critters, plus paintings using alcohol ink
Lisa Kieselhorst, Doggie Duds and Doodads – dog collars, scarves, leashes, toys plus paw ointment
Andy KlingenmeyerLandre Gifts – Hand-dyed silk scarves and jewelry
Edith Koranda – handmade American Girl doll clothes
Sue Kvidera and Jen Kvidera-Lentsch – wide variety of crocheted and sewn items such as afghans, blankets, technology sleeves, tote bags & more
Theodore Stumpf, Artiste de Fibre - necktie pillows and zipper pouches, t-shirt pillows, Christmas stockings and fiber bowls and wall hangings
Deb Swing & Kathy Vernstrom  – crocheted topped towels and scented melts
Michele Warren, Michele’s Crafts – pet beds & toys, polar fleece mittens and slipper socks, doll clothes, “frustration dudes” and more

Kelly Duncan, Sweetpea Stamping– hand-crafted paper cards, ornaments, gift bags, gift boxes, and paper-altered notebooks, pens & coasters
Raju LamichhaneRaju’s Arts – collage art made from local newspapers and magazines; greeting cards
Dominique MillerByNikcreations – notecards featuring reproductions of original illustrations, most nature-inspired, using a variety of mediums
Amy PettersonAmy P StampnScrap – handmade cards, paper crafts, gift card holders, calendars, scrapbook pages, frames and more
Mary Selby and Myra SmisekMary and Myra Images – nature photography – prints, cards, bookmarks and journals; plus appliquéd MN dish towels

Curt Heacox, Heacox’s Boxes, Etc. – wooden boxes, bowls, pens and other small items
Angela Marlette, Blue Ox Stoneware– stoneware pottery: home/garden/gift items that are microwave and dishwasher safe – mugs, sadly had to withdraw due to family circumstances but she'll be back in 2024
Bree SalleeB Pottery - ceramic vases and dinnerware in a variety of sytles and colors
Doug Swanson, Triple S Woodcrafts – handcrafted wood items that are turned on a lathe, including bowls, ornaments and wine stoppers

Dierich Anderson, D & E’s Bees – “Rosetown Gold” honey harvested from their backyard apiary in Roseville. 2022 State Fair Blue Ribbon!
Mildred De VeyraRedd's Kitchen - a variety of Filipino baked goods and delicacies
Becky Hippert and Gretchen Gallagher WeinsteinWe Be Jammin’ – homemade jams and handmade knit and sewn textiles
Renee HusetBlue Canary Bakery - bakery goods including cake pops, cakesickles, cookies, candies and caramels
Carol J. Lessard, The Pickled Pantry – canned goods, including jam, chutney, salsa, pickles, marinara, etc.
Bryan Ruch, Groveland Confections– gourmet handmade chocolates from scratch, made from the finest ingredients

Suzetta Baltazerjust as i am – “unpaper towels,” beanbag chair covers, sandwich wrappers, rag wreaths, sensory rice & rice bins and kits; custom cross-stitch family & house portraits
Beth BronskiSBC Buttons & Beads – “button people,” great for holiday tree decorations; plant stakes; hand-woven beaded jewelry; “BagOns” – new bags that become an aprons
Judy Anne De VeyraMeraki Art and Poetry - artwork, greeting cards, poetry, bookmarks, stickers and more
Jennifer Dorn, Red Bird Florals – handmade wreaths, floral arrangements, and garlands for every season and for every style
Michele & Melissa FisherSaintly Sisters Design - holiday decor using vintage and found materials, sometimes with a hint of humor
Jane Forliti, One Hot Mess! – framed forests, ornament plant stakes, pizzelles & misc. food items, dog treats, & wood carvings - had to withdraw due to a family situation, but plans to be back next year
David & Christine KennedyAll Things Herbal– earth-friendly soaps and lotions blending herbs and botanicals from their garden
Girl Scouts Travel – raising money for a big trip! Sewn baby items, hats, mittens, scarves, etc., knitted items, stained glass, jewelry and much more
Jeff Kehl, Minnesota Corn Bag – corn-filled warming bags. They're "retiring" from the craft show circuit so this is their last year in our sale.
Guylaine Lescarbeau, Chez Encore – various redesigned & up-cycled items making an “encore” for your home and garden…from gift cards to unique wreaths & anything in between
Cheryl “CJ” Madsen, 2nd Chance Art – jewelry, home furnishing & seasonal items made from refurbished & repurposed objects, with a bit of whimsey added
Jolene MettyBlack Horse Candle Co. – handmade soy candles plus recycled cork items such as ornaments, animals, trivets, etc.; hand embroidered towels
Danialle Zschokke, DanialleCreates – Shirts & sweatshirts, totes, ornaments, cups/glasses, stickers

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