Kinderbooth - Jessica Berrett

We sell affordable handmade toys that are modern, simple, and pretty. You'll also find home decor items and gifts, such as pillows, magnets, and hand warmers (plus lots more!). See more here! Jessica with be joining us Dec 11-13

Elizabeth Moore - E Moore Store

Wooden Block Set, Chalk Board City Blocks, Marshmallow Shooters, Spike Necklaces, Wooden Earrings, Wooden Bead Necklaces, Metal-Stamped Earrings, Mustache Mugs, Wooden Coasters, Horse Riding Sticks.

Visit my website or Etsy shop or find me on Facebook.

I will be joining the Bazaar May 8-10.

Kaelee Everett - My Dear Hazel

I make sweet dolls and unique stuffed animals out of my little cabin in the mountains of Utah. I specialize in making detailed lumberjack dolls, complete with tiny wooden axes, or hammers. I also take custom orders.

Find me on etsy or facebook or on instagram @mydearhazel.

I will be joining the Bazaar December 12- 14.

Go Make Play

We make handmade project kits for kids using reclaimed/recycled and locally sourced materials.


Visit us here...

Lauren Harrison - Pitter Patter Shop

I love to create fun, colorful, and playful children's apparel and toys. I sell cloth baby booties, newsboy hats, appliqued onesies, jumpers, and other baby apparel. I also have imaginative play items, including play tent/teepees, aromatherapy hand-made play dough, reversible aprons, and wooden toys, for children of all ages. I find great satisfaction in creating new things, and only make items that I would buy for my own children. Find Lauren's etsy shop here.

Steve & Michelle Hunt | Twig

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

Hiedi Blackwelder


Little girl dresses with fabric I tie-dyed with sweet matching belts and snap on adornments. Letterpressed greeting cards that say "hi" in purple ink, and have a cool morrocan inspired pattern. Felt cakes and felt gingerbread house toys. Mini paintings with fabric and other collage incorporated. Wooden dolls a la paper doll style. Visit me here...

Hailey Meyer Liechty

I want to do something completely different this time. There will still be some clay, some felt and some calendars. The theme though is "Whimsimobilia" (to see truly the most boring blog on the planet check out The idea is to create a mini toy store of sorts made up of fun things that I am making out of the detritus of the business. Small books, table tent prayer list/pads, puppets (?), felt books, felt tissue holders, super strong clay magnets (circles & bees only), a few tie dyed aprons with a clever applique, jumping jacks covered in vintage wall paper, bubble blowers, small bags of clay beads, maybe a stick horse or two.