I am a huge Christmas nerd, so I am always so happy to dive in and get started on the holiday crafting. This year has been a full one, so I got a little late start on the making, and the pressure is on to get enough pieces to fill my table for the Tacoma is for Lovers Artist Craft Sale, which happens THIS WEEKEND!
Post Defiance wrote a nice piece on the show, please click HERE to read all about it!
Here's a peek at some of the holiday products I've been working on. All the pieces are a mix of warm, natural elements with metallics and glitter, too.
There are lots of birch paper ornaments - each with a unique holiday or winter scene. You'll find birds, bare trees, deer, cozy homes, and starry skies in these pieces.
Need a little Christmas? These tiny woodland scenes are great for adding just a wee bit of holiday cheer to your home or office.
These foxes are all dressed up and ready to trim your packages or Christmas tree.
I made a fresh collection of pins for lapels.
And there are Christmas Cats Making Mischief ornaments too!
The TIFL show is at King's Books this Saturday and Sunday from 11 AM - 4 PM. There are different vendors on Saturday and Sunday - I will be there BOTH days.
Tacoma is for Lovers Artist Craft Sale
218 St Helens Ave
Saturday Nov 23 and Sunday Nov 24th
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
To learn more about the show, please click HERE.
I hope to see you all there! It's always a whole lot of fun. There are so many great vendors there and so many tempting things to buy!
Shop local, support artists, find unique holiday gifts for your friends and family - it's a win-win!!
Is there anywhere online where your products are available for purchase? I love everything you make! I especially want the paper immutable bouquet that sold out on bhldn. Keep up the incredible work, you are truly talented. Merry Christmas!!
Hi Jessica, I don't have anything posted for sale currently, but I am always available for custom work. Shoot me an email if there's anything I can make for you!
lcinotto at gmail dot com
Thanks for your kind words!
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