Sunday, December 18, 2011

Christmas Bazaar

A neighbor down the street, Debra Kuypers, held her Second Annual Christmas Bazaar.  She invited a bunch of ladies to come and sell their crafty wares.  Everyone brought a gourmet snack.  Here are some photographic highlights.  All contact information is provided.







-snacks on the table-








-cake pops-








-hand thrown pottery-
Melissa Zeigler Monroe
12132 187th Street
Mokena, IL 60448
1-312-403-0334







-Nola Granola-
This woman scored a contract with Whole Foods for her granola.
TASTES AWESOME!!!








-handpoured soy candles-
Emily Serno
815-258-8876







-A Year Around Crfat Fair at Your Fingertips_
Joy & Sandy







Janet Metzger
artist
"Specializing in Pencil Drawings"
219-759-2307







Joannie's Painted Pillows
Joan Algozzini
219-923-5627
(I bought that one with the gold finch for a gift!)







-the hostess herself-
Mrs Debra Kuypers
artist
fine art & murals
oil*watercolor*acrylic*faux
mobile (708)516-6318







this beautiful oil painting was a commission








Debbie's mom made a bunch of beautiful jewelry








The whole living room was set up like a Christmas shop bonanza!







and some Town and Prairie chalkboard cheer
tucked into a basket






Just one more week to shop!






6 comments:

thistlewoodfarm said...

I was on google reader and your post just popped up, so I get to be the first one to comment! I like your booth the best (although that granola does sound very yummy)!

Debbiedoo's blogging and blabbing said...

Great looking goods Andrea. Thanks for stopping by. Miss you at the newbie party. Have a very Merry Christmas!

ImSoVintage said...

Wow, what a group of talented ladies. Hope you sold lots of things.
Laura

Barb and Dell said...

What a fun Christmas Bazzar you talented ladies have.
Warm Christmas wishes to you and your family.
Barb

Confessions of a Plate Addict said...

So pretty and festive! Love the chalkboards! Merry Christmas!...hugs...Debbie

Red Rose Alley said...

The crosses are beautiful, and that painting reminds me of the girls. Such creative ladies.
~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

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