Craft Show

  • 2018 Annual Craft Show Information 

    Show Date: 11/17/2018 - 10 am to 4 pm (set up 11/16/18 from 6 to 8 pm or 7:30 to 9:30 11/17/18 - student helpers will be available during set up and tear down. Tear down is from 4-6 pm on the show date.)

    INSIDE VENDORS    
    Aberdeen's Attic Cheryl Rastetter
    Handmade mittens, hats, gloves and holiday decor made from pure wool and cashmere sweaters. Handpainted holiday ornaments and decorations.
    Adamczyk, Lori  
    Lighted holiday items, personalized ornaments
    Album Attic Amanda Paar Conroy
    Interactive, handmade photo albums
    Allem, Deb  
    Cozy cupcake socks. Handcrafted gift box sets with infant socks
    Artistica Lighted Wine Bottles and Platters Anne King and Marissa Shulik
    Lighted wine bottles and wine bottle plates for all occassions
    Barb's Bunny Hutch for Crafts and Such Barb Cyphert
    Repurposed glassware garden art, bird baths, bird feeders, owls, butterflies, angels, snowmen, solar globes, suncatchers, solar hanging teapots.
    Bentfork Bracelets Denise and Tim Graber
    Vintage upcycled flatware bent into rings, bracelets, condiment forks, tags and much, much more.
    Bling It On Apparel Jill Grizer and Erika Bajcar
    Custom made rhinestone apparel, spirit wear, and personalized gifts
    Bowtags Margaret Dunst
    Bowtags are unique luggage tag identifiers; Bowtags combine a small bow with and ID tag into one unique tag
    Brenckle, Beth  
    Children's clothing with a vintage flair/ Each piece uses an antique needlework piece or item to enhance the outfit
    Brenneman, Arlene  
    Felted wool handbags and accessories. Journals from upcycled materials; wire art
    Buckeye Inklings Chris Slogar
    Handmade cards, gift card holders, favors/stocking stuffers, small gifts and gift bags
    Bullock, Mary A.  
    Hand crocheted and knitted scarves, hats and accessories
    Colby, Brenda  
    Miniture Christmas trees, night lights, swags, etc.
    Common Scents Joan Gladman
    Candles, wax items, hooded bath towels, air fresheners
    Crafty Designs by Dawn Bill and Dawn Stitt
    Handcrafted mesh and burlap wreaths, painted signs, painted stainless steel mugs
    Cramer, Mary Jane  
    Hand painted glassware
    Crofut, Stan  
    Handcrafted wooden bowls and peppermills
    Deb's Creations Debbie Stephan
    Light up glass block snowmen/inspirational sayings, wooden beer and wine carriers/racks personalized.
    Deesigns4U2 Dee Fitch
    Glass pendants, earrings, bracelets, upcycled wine and wine cork jewelry, etched glass bottles, ornaments and wine glasses.
    Delightful Designs Carolyn Benedict
    Christmas decor, arrangements, decorated trees 2' to 5'
    Dogtown Bakery Lori Marko
    All natural homemade dog treats and cat toys
    Flesher, Bernadette  
    Baby slippers and a variety of sensory toys
    Ford, Carol  
    Copper and leather cuffs, beaded bracelets, copper earrings. New handpainted copper.
    Geiger, Bonnie  
    Light bulb ornaments, seasonal wood and glass items
    Gill, Patti  
    Pillow cases, casserole carriers, aprons, bibs, table runners, hanging tlwels, pacifier holders, tooth fairy pillows, hot pads, trivets.
    Gypsy Crossroads - Blessed are the Weird People Cathy Wood
    Decor - Christmas door signs, hand-painted signs, scrabble letters, jewerly macrame, dream catchers, Christmas decor
    Hess, Linda  
    Crochetted earwarmers, scarves, wristlets, potholders, embroidery towels
    Hohman, Gina  
    Knitted accessories
    Howell, Jean  
    Tea towels, dish clothes, scrubbies, casserole covers, potato bags, adult and baby bibs, swiffer pads, card holdres, finger puppets, etc.
    JANEVA, LLC Eva Almasy
    All natural, handmade goat milk soaps, lotions and chapsticks
    JENCI Jennifer Couch
    Bags and purses made from recycled vintage tweed wool suits and upholstry fabric remnants. No two bags are alike.
    Johnny D's Custom Metal Art John and Denise Denczak
    2D and 3D metal art. Many items can be personalized with a name, address, date, etc.
    Just "Bead It" by Rebecca Rebecca Edwards
    Glass art-melted wine bottles into cheese/appetizer plates, make wine/liquor bottle lamps, jewelry art, framed art pieces made out of used, old an dnew jewelry
    Kara's Canine Creations Kara Firestone
    Dog and cat related items. Dog Coats, bandanas, tug toys, catnip mats, catnip toys
    katie's Homemade Soap Ronald F. Selak
    Homemade soap
    Knotty Girls Pat Bilderback
    Knotted textile and yarn scarves with handcrafted metal scarf pins
    Kuzmik, Chris and Sue Johnson  
    Wired and beaded glassware and kitchen utensils
    Lettuce be the Alternative Boutique Stacey Geinzer
    Hair bows, leg warmers, girl clothing, lady's t-shirts, mugs, essential oil rollerballs, aromatherapy, jewelry, furniture, knitted hair wraps
    Little Sweet Pea Closet Rebecca Beck
    Embroidered felt masks, apliqued dresses, themed ears, ribbon hair clips and soft and hard headbands. Ebellished legwarmers, bubblegum bead necklaces and bracelets, new born onesies and embellished hospital hats, pacifier straps, appliqued pajamas, proncess hats, appliqued shirts, coordinating tutus.
    Marinelli, Albert and Anne  
    Artistic exotic wooden bowls, keepsake boxes and end-grain wood cutting boards and charcuterie boards and wood wine bottle stoppers and wood clocks
    Moore, Debra  
    Guitar pick jewelry and assorted other beaded jewelry, earrings, bracelets, bookmarks and keychains
    Needles and Moore Louise Moore
    Children's aprons, American Girl clothes, Barbie and Ken clothes, holiday decorations
    Nelson, Theresa and Gribble, Jennifer  
    Crocheted animals, scarves, shawls, hats, totes, coloring book totes, sock sheep, sock monkeys, stockings, bears.
    Pollock, Sarah  
    Purses, pillows, fabric toys, painted decor, ornaments
    Ranger, Sandy  
    Tree skirts, coasters, placemats, stuffed ornaments, girls jumpers, gift baskets for children and adults
    Reeves, Tyra  
    Hand knit boot toppers and painted mason jars
    Renicker, Jeff  
    Christmas wreaths and table top decorations
    Rill, Shirley  
    Embroidered/appliqued ladies sweats, hoodies, cardigans and tees. Many new designs and - by request - children's sweats with polar bears.
    Sabatino, Sherry  
    Unique paper shoes fille with spa items, paper purses, gift card holders, paper pad stacks, tea packet favors, dress box lip balm holders, note card sets, unique gift/spa items, crochetted infinity scarves, jeweled emery boards, etc.
    Saved by a Thread Melinda Kushner
    Soft sculpture items made from pucycled items. Christmas trees, owls, snowmen and ornaments
    Scene, Inc. Sue Sarich
    Muckmonster of hartville Hot Sauces and Salsas.
    Scented Essentials Shauna Burton
    Hand-poured home frangrances soy candles, melts, air fresheners and accessories
    Schafer, Marcus  
    Lasercut wood, acrylic and cork boxes, bowls, puzzles, ornaments and more
    Schloneger, Allison  
    Hand-thrown pottery
    Shadle, Dan and Gail  
    Handmade glass vases made in a kiln
    Slovak Gourmet Darci Lee
    Slovak nut rolls, berried short breads, orange cakes, organic chocolate chip cookies, pepper jam
    Smoley, Dawn  
    Handstamped personalized jewelry
    Sojka, Paula  
    Repurposed wool mittens and wood Christmas decortaions
    Sparhawk, Shelley  
    Jewelry and holiday items
    Starlight Glassworks Michele Hubble
    Tiffany-style stained glass in 2D, 3D and layered patterns as well as custom order pet portraits in stained glass
    Susie Kays Design Susan Kurtz
    One-of-a-kind jewelry designs and art specialized in "re-inspired vintage"
    Sweet Pea Loft Jamie Stegner
    Handmade scarves in super soft fabric. Specializing in team colors
    The Bohemian Mama Vivian Brinkman
    Lovingly handmade personal care products and remedies made with the finest natural oils, herbs, essential oils and love.
    The Wholesome Hive Laura Carmany
    Handmade, all natural body and home care products like lipbalm, herbal salve, body butter, hand sanitizer, lip butter, beeswax candles, etc.
    Thee Etching Glass Lisa Brock
    Hand-engraved glass and ceramic pieces like water glasses, coffee mugs, plates and vases
    Thomas, Linda  
    Seasonal and upcycled creations
    Tippens, Connie  
    Ceramic trees, santas and snowmen.
    Very Vega Elaine Vega
    Wire art: Wire sculptures, wire jewelry, wire wall hangings, wind chimes, dishes with beaded utensils
    Wagner, Dennis and Wendy  
    12 x 12 crapbook pages and embellishments, ofr over 90 different area high schools
    Warren, Tammie  
    Fuzzy sock cupcakes - adult and kids sizes. Each cupcake made with one pair fuzzy socks. Baby onesies muffins made with one onesie and 1 pair socks and four pack of singles.
    Wicked Fusion Mixes Michelle Jones
    Homemade dip mixes and seasoning blends
    Winkhart, Bonnie  
    Crochetted hats, scarves, coasters, earwarmers, baby hats, etc.
    You've Been Framed Roseann Athans
    Handmade magnetic picture frames
    Zehner, Ozella  
    Handmade boutique clothing for girls; ties for little boys - new patterns and designs; wristlets, zipper pouches, bags and totes, key fobs.
    OUTSIDE VENDOR:    
    Double Deuce Kettle Corn Heather Graffius
    Kettle corn and caramel corn

    APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED for the 2018 Craft Show as of 2/23/18

    DO NOT MAIL ANY MORE APPLICATIONS.

     

    The application will remain available at the bottom of this page for your reference.

    (The 2018 application was released  at 7:30 am on 2/5/18.)

    NOTE: To increase your chances of remaining a vendor or becoming a vendor, please request just ONE space/table where possible. The more spaces we can fill will allow for shopper variety.

    If you are an accepted vendor, you should hear by February 27, 2018

    Wait list vendors should be contacted by March 5, 2018

    THE AREA MAP WITH SPACE NUMBERS is in .PDF downloadable form at the bottom of this page. (Scroll Down)  We will not relocate any vendors at this time. We hope you will be happy with your placement. All requests for a spot near electrical access should been affirmed. 

    Thank you for applying.

     FUTURE VENDORS (2019):  We do not mail applications. Please come into the high school main office where applications will be available beginning on 2/4/19 at 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.  (The application is always released on this web page and in the main office of the high school on the first Monday of February for the show that year in November.)

    We will accept applications on a first-come, first-served basis, but we strive for a variety of wares and art for the shoppers. Applying first does not guarantee a space, though we will attempt to accommodate previous year vendors with priority given to vendors who handcraft their items. Please note, we usually fill the show within THREE weeks of application release. We will create a wait-list of 10-15 vendors.

    Previous year applications can not be used for future years.

    Click here for more N.E. Ohio Craft Shows: http://www.craftshowbooklet.com/

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