Sage and Twine Leather are friends from childhood who love getting creative with leather jewelry. Sage and Twine Leather designs and then hand cuts, stamps, stains and paints all their leather earrings.
They have dangles and studs, earth tones and bright colors too so there are beautiful options for all. Some of our pieces also have accents of wood, silver and brass tones added to make the leather pop! Sage and Twine Leather’s shop will also be highlighting hand painted and handcrafted wood and chalkboard signs as well!
Come find a piece of home décor to add to your home or to fine a special gift. 🙂
Sue’s Scents makes hand poured pure soy candles in mason jars and also wax melt clamshells. Sue’s Scents uses no additives or preservatives and all fragrances are phthalate free. They also use cotton wicks free of lead or metal.
Black Walnut Treasures is a husband and wife team with a love of creating, crafting & woodworking. We focus mainly on Home Décor items including throw pillows, towels, signs, wreaths, reverse canvases & various wood projects.
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Husband and Wife Crafting
PO Box 877
Richlandtown, PA 18955
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Perfect Imperfections Pottery creates functional pottery from locally sourced clay that is fired for three days in a wood kiln. Most of the coloration that is on the pieces comes from the atmosphere and build up of ash within the kiln.
Perfect Imperfections Pottery’ owner Devin has been doing ceramics for four and half years, and has shown work in Ireland and at The Clay Studio. Devin currently teaches at Yay Clay in Philadelphia.
Designs by Ilan’s work reflects her passion for her spirituality and positive energy, vibrant colors, flowers and different cultures. Ilan likes to create soft, delicate and graceful shapes to her pieces. She create from her heart without following rules. By mixing different elements and experimenting with different materials such as glass, metal and ceramic, She can create new and exciting unconventional creations.
By making the glass beads, working with ceramic and manipulating metals, I am able to control the colors and textures of my pottery, judaica, home decor and jewelry. ~Ilanit Yampolsky
Leaves By Jenney creates 3-Tier Hand Sculptured fossil-like, leaf-shaped, waterfalls sitting on different height pedestals. Each of the leaves are uniquely made from clay, granite dust, glass fibers and two curatives without any resins. Each piece is signed and dated. They will be offering two different sizes and a variety of colors at this years Festival.
The Reiss Studio includes Emily Coleman, a glass artist from Philadelphia, currently creating glass bottle gifts and housewares and Sharon Reiss, a Philadelphia native who designs and creates dichroic glass jewelry and home decor. More…
Pluma Avis Domus makes Pluma birdhouses from repurposed woods and new ply.
They’ve been described as:
“wood collages but are fully functional”
“to spec, bird attracting homes“
They are currently represented in 3 museums.
In 2018 the AIA (Architectural Institute of America) took one on tour exhibiting it in Toronto for “Wanted Design Out of the Box”, in Manhattan for “NYCxDesign”, then in Philadelphia at the Architecture and Design building for “DesignPhiladelphia”.