Here’s what our artistic gang has to share at this event, with most items priced under $25:
Jennifer Blassing Hand woven scarves, belts & bags in gorgeous jewel colors.
Rose Halik Texile designs that include quilted fabric bowls in batik fabrics, sling purses & bracelets.
Gail Gladding-Pullara Wonderful jams & chocolate hazelnut Kahlua sauce plus tiny bird cottages covered with seed for your feathered friends.
Linnea Phillips “Naystalgia” is whimsical pieces made with flea market finds; bird feeders from old ash trays, mittens from recycled sweaters, candles in antique tea cups & decoupage switch plate covers.
Narra Smith Cox Versatile & beautiful pottery vases, platters, bowls & wine coasters with unusual glazes.
Debby Royston-Statz Earrings, one-of-a-kind beaded table runners, holiday table decorations.
Amy Statz Cheerful and beautifully crafted all occasion greeting cards and gift enclosures.
Edna Kunkel Pastels and enhanced digital photography compositions on blank cards, hand-dyed marble coasters and trivets, gift boxes, sticky-note packs & more.
Bonnie Wanta Bonnie’s Cottage Boutique’s pretty & practical placemats, potholders, wine cozies, aprons, baby blankets and more, all with artists touches and gorgeous fabrics.
Kathleen Ward Aunty K crochets Guyz, whimsical & colorful yarn creatures with big personalities: googly eyes, freckles, kinky curls & hand-painted eyes, so they’re all unique.
Ray Weigand Blockhead solid wood bowls, candle sticks, coasters and trays are lovingly crafted from many unusual woods such as catalpa and exotic cherry, in linear and even basket patterns.
Kris Woestman Unique crocheted women’s hats, fingerless gloves, neckwarmers, children’s hats & more. She also makes a line of hand-made soaps, lotion bars, lip balms & scented body butter.
Heidi Miller Hand woven on an old sock loom, warm children’s to adults size socks in colorful designs.
Jennifer Zarrinnam “Twinkle Toes” handmade hair lovelies, jewelry fashioned from vintage collections.
Ed Lanerud Hand crafted rustic reindeer, bears & lamps.
Bonnie Lubet “Our Three Arts” Paoli, exquisite semi-precious stone jewelry.
Giving Back to the Community
We are hosting a “Share Your Strength Bake/Nut Sale” all proceeds going to provide meals for hungry children in our area. In the spirit of the holidays and good will, we would greatly appreciate if you can donate a non-perishable food item to the St. Vincent de Paul food pantry.
The street address is 702 North High Point Road, Madison, WI 53717 (see Google Map) and has FREE parking in the back of the building. This event features a single check-out process that accepts cash and checks only.
I will not be at the From Our House to Yours event this year as a vendor, but have a number of friends there, so let me know if you need details about the event (occurs the weekend after this one). The next event notices you will see from me will take place in December in the Verona area.