Zoe Jacobson & Jeremy Josephson | Ruby Market

"It is the highlight of our year when the Beehive Bazaar time comes around. We are so inspired by the fabulous artists in our area that we are usually teeming with great ideas to bring to the event. This year we are trying to stretch a little more beyond the border with paper mache and thrift store repurposing. Of course, we can't help but add some of our brightly colored creations, such as Jeremy's "Wonderland" clips or Zoe's fabric birds. We also like to include some the eclectic ideas that are "Oh so perfect" for that special person! We hope to see you there." Visit us here.

Tonya Vistaunet

Reversible Christmas tree skirts and Christmas stockings made from vintage, retro, and modern fabrics.

The Estes Girls | My Button Boutique

We make all things buttons! Including our handy and stylish pocket mirrors, bobby pins, ponytails, magnets, earrings, zipper pulls, etc. etc. We also plan to bring in some DIY button kits! We are always trying to keep our items fresh, fun, and beautiful! We are also in the process of creating new items just for the Beehive Bazaar! Visit us here.

Tami Thornton | Beehive Soap and Body Care

I make handcrafted cold process soaps, shampoo bars, solid lotion bars, lip balms, wash cloths. My soaps are formulated with goat's milk, yogurt, water or beer; and come in a lovely assortment of fragrances. My lotion bars are formulated with shea butter, mango butter, meadowfoam seed oil, beeswax, isopropyl myristate, tocopherol (vit. E) and fragrance. For the holidays I will also be making some melt and pour soaps as well.All products are made in small batches in my South Jordan kitchen.

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Suzanne Clements | Sorry Clementine

I make really cute handmade clothing. Each piece is individually designed and hand sewn by me. I dont make any duplicates! My designs are modern with a little touch of whimsy and are really visually interesting while being totally wearable. I also screenprint womens/mens/children's clothing and make one-of-a-kind headbands. Visit me here.

Susan Petersen | Freshly Picked

This year I am making moccasins, pillows, bags, skirts, pants, wallets, + leather goods. Visit me here.

Steve & Michelle Hunt | Twig

We make: Furniture, Picture Frames, Children's Toys, Earrings, Necklaces, Art Prints. Visit us here.

Stacey Foster | Verla Ivans

I make whatever I'm obsessing over at the moment. Recently, that has included wooden arrows for home decor, interchangeable beaded pendants, vintage Saltair swim basket tag necklaces, simple scarves out of vintage fabrics, greeting cards made out of gel medium image transfers, mini silk notebooks, vintage knife necklaces, beehive Christmas ornaments and arrow necklaces. I worked in LA for five years for a jewelry designer and then a stationery studio and have just recently begun to venture outon my own, with the Salt Lake City valley and mountains as my current inspiration.

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Samantha Kelly | Can You Hear Me

I offer fine art prints and original paintings. When I was little, I would ask my mom to draw me pictures of 'merdalmations' (dalmation + mermaid tail). Since then I've graduated in visual arts and went on to earn a Masters in Art Therapy Counseling. I am currently working as both an art therapist and an artist. Art is a form of communication and this is my visual language. Can you hear me? Visit me here.

Rachel Schutz | Darlybird

I love to find vintage pieces and turn them into simple, yet beautiful and bright jewelry. You'll find earrings, necklaces, bracelets, hair accessories----mostly containing vintage pieces. I love happy colors, delicate flowers. I'm trying to push myself in the design sense to make things more unexpected. I just returned from NYC, where I purchased thousands of vintage Czech and Swarovski glass stones. I'm excited to incorporate those into my designs. Visit me here.

Paula Hogan | Compelled To Craft

I make ironing board covers out of a beautiful array of cotton fabrics, intended to help beautify a sometimes tedious chore. I also make board pads as well as countertop ironing pads for those who don't want or don't have an ironing board. I also make oilcloth lunch sacks and food bags. Visit me here.

Beccy Bingham | Paperclip Studio

I make things for women using vintage or re-purposed items. Lately I've been experimenting with textiles. The necklaces I've been making are all dipped in enamel, which changes the feel and texture of the textile. I also have been making skirts and belts with re-purposed materials. The headbands I'm making all use vintage lace and wool. Visit me here.

Nikki Jackson | Crimson Digit

I love stained glass and the light/color it brings to a room-but since it isn’t practical for us all to have a cathedral window in our house, I try and make fun and versatile items so it is possible for anyone to enjoy glass!

Nicole Choules | Elsa Bags

I’m a wanna be graphic designer with an aching to sew. I love fabric- Japanese imported fabric, vintage fabric, fabric from your grandmas couch. These are the following items you will find in my booth this Winter.BAGS/PURSES- PACIFIER CLIPS- STATE NECKLACES- JAPANESE FABRIC COVERED BUTTONS- SKIRTS & SHIRTS- BIBS- BLANKETS-BURP CLOTHS- BIRD & MUSTACHE PILLOWS- Mobiles- Onesies…

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Morag Kawasaki | Cross Your T's

I make creative accessories, mostly to do with clothing and jewelry, but I also do some artwork for accessorizing the home. Currently I am focusing on making obi style belts (for children and adults), jewelry, winter throws and artwork.

Angela Flicker | The Artists' House

I make truly unique applique quilts and fiber wall art pieces that add character, warmth, and charm to a space, without the extravagance that might otherwise make beautiful things inaccessible to those with children.  As a more affordable option, I also provide prints and cards of my work. Visit me here or here...