Thanks for the Island Holiday Bazaar-Still Shopping for the Holidays Available

 

December 2019 Gazette Article

 written by Sarah Cochran 802/477-2091   sarah4cochran@gmail.com

 

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Shop Holiday Bazaar Island Makers

 

Still shopping your holiday gift list and missed the Bazaar?  Let us help connect you to our Island’s amazing craftsmen and creative talents. There’s plenty of time to contact  Bazaar makers for that perfect island-made gift.

 

The Holiday Bazaar was a homecoming reunion of the island community at the Townhall.  Shoppers were delighted to discover four new Island Makers debuting at the Bazaar.  Jess Dress makes beaded jewelry, including  glittering tiara-like headbands.   Hand-sculpted birds on rustic mobiles fly with Sue Thwaite, along with ornate hand carved walking sticks.  Nate Seaberg uses island cedar wood to create art and clocks.  Terri Heineman’s husband, John Baker makes cheeseboards, complete with spreaders, from many types of island woods. 

 

Bazaar Sponsor Lake Erie Islands Conservancy supports bird conservation with big bags of birdseed and license plate birdhouses made by Brian Hovey  They have LEIC T-shirts and scrubbies made by Tracy Burgess Sayeh from recycled yarn from LEIHS Resale Ship.. Contact Lisa Brohl, 419/366-2087, who also offers son Russell’s canning jars of preserves.

 

Bazaar Sponsor Lake Erie Islands Nature and Wildlife Center gift has Ohio wildlife coloring books as well as stocking stuffers: metal straws, glass water bottles and, kayak safety key chains. Leave a message at 285-3037 for Sarah Cochran or chat with our wonderful new Director, Renee Fultz.

 

OntkOrganix actively supports island nature education and preservation while providing you with islander-made organic skin care, sun protection, balms, salves, and soaps. Smell the lavender!  ontkorganix.com

 

Acrylic and watercolor miniatures of island scenes as well as Monument Christmas cards are available through Facebook page Painter Sarah Cochran.

 

Jessie’s Jewelry is accepting February commissions for the Great Lake Erie Pendant necklace, as well as Valentine’s rings, earrings, and  bracelets.  Available now are Ohio snake necklaces and stocking stuffer toe rings, jessie@jessiesjewelry.com

 

Retired now, Kerry Burris  crafts her attractive seasonal wreaths and candle centerpieces  and Sue Seaberg makes popcorn balls. Heather Durdil has designed a yarn version of the Monument.

 

You can count on our Bazaar regulars. Jill Cooks’ sail cloth sewing benefits the PIB Yacht Club sailing program.  She makes tote bags, purses, dopp kits, and zipper bags.

Kelly Mohn takes orders for her pumpkin rolls as well as sells orange and brown Brown’s Backers teeshirts and hats.  Cristina Brown supplies peanut brittle while Ric ornately designs marquetry cutting boards. Kelly Faris Photography features island scenes.  Sandi Glauser creates island-themed pillows.  Mary Ann Meyers creates island photo greeting cards and promotes the ink and watercolor drawings of island scenes by her friend, S. Spangler.  May Ann provides Mary Kay products.

 

If you had to miss the Bazaar, you still can relish the talents of your island neighbors by contacting Island  Makers from the Bazaar. 

 

The Lake Erie Islands Conservancy and Lake Erie Islands Nature and Wildlife Center wish to thank all who had a table or shopped at the Bazaar.  Thanks also to Sarah Cochran and Susan Byrnes for organizing the event!

 written by Sarah Cochran 802/477-2091   sarah4cochran@gmail.com

Shop Holiday Bazaar Island Makers

 

Still shopping your holiday gift list and missed the Bazaar?  Let us help connect you to our Island’s amazing craftsmen and creative talents. There’s plenty of time to contact  Bazaar makers for that perfect island-made gift.

 

The Holiday Bazaar was a homecoming reunion of the island community at the Townhall.  Shoppers were delighted to discover four new Island Makers debuting at the Bazaar.  Jess Dress makes beaded jewelry, including  glittering tiara-like headbands.   Hand-sculpted birds on rustic mobiles fly with Sue Thwaite, along with ornate hand carved walking sticks.  Nate Seaberg uses island cedar wood to create art and clocks.  Terri Heineman’s husband, John Baker makes cheeseboards, complete with spreaders, from many types of island woods. 

 

Bazaar Sponsor Lake Erie Islands Conservancy supports bird conservation with big bags of birdseed and license plate birdhouses made by Brian Hovey  They have LEIC T-shirts and scrubbies made by Tracy Burgess Sayeh from recycled yarn from LEIHS Resale Ship.. Contact Lisa Brohl, 419/366-2087, who also offers son Russell’s canning jars of preserves.

 

Bazaar Sponsor Lake Erie Islands Nature and Wildlife Center gift has Ohio wildlife coloring books as well as stocking stuffers: metal straws, glass water bottles and, kayak safety key chains. Leave a message at 285-3037 for Sarah Cochran or chat with our wonderful new Director, Renee Fultz.

 

OntkOrganix actively supports island nature education and preservation while providing you with islander-made organic skin care, sun protection, balms, salves, and soaps. Smell the lavender!  ontkorganix.com

 

Acrylic and watercolor miniatures of island scenes as well as Monument Christmas cards are available through Facebook page Painter Sarah Cochran.

 

Jessie’s Jewelry is accepting February commissions for the Great Lake Erie Pendant necklace, as well as Valentine’s rings, earrings, and  bracelets.  Available now are Ohio snake necklaces and stocking stuffer toe rings, jessie@jessiesjewelry.com

 

Retired now, Kerry Burris  crafts her attractive seasonal wreaths and candle centerpieces  and Sue Seaberg makes popcorn balls. Heather Durdil has designed a yarn version of the Monument.

 

You can count on our Bazaar regulars. Jill Cooks’ sail cloth sewing benefits the PIB Yacht Club sailing program.  She makes tote bags, purses, dopp kits, and zipper bags.

Kelly Mohn takes orders for her pumpkin rolls as well as sells orange and brown Brown’s Backers teeshirts and hats.  Cristina Brown supplies peanut brittle while Ric ornately designs marquetry cutting boards. Kelly Faris Photography features island scenes.  Sandi Glauser creates island-themed pillows.  Mary Ann Meyers creates island photo greeting cards and promotes the ink and watercolor drawings of island scenes by her friend, S. Spangler.  May Ann provides Mary Kay products.

 

If you had to miss the Bazaar, you still can relish the talents of your island neighbors by contacting Island  Makers from the Bazaar. 

 

The Lake Erie Islands Conservancy and Lake Erie Islands Nature and Wildlife Center wish to thank all who had a table or shopped at the Bazaar.  Thanks also to Sarah Cochran and Susan Byrnes for organizing the event!

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