Shoppers are invited to the The Holiday Gift Shoppe on Tuesday and Thursday mornings between, 10:00 and noon.
The jewelry designers, "Beads Gone Wild" is lead by Lucy Mureau, an experienced jewelry maker. She has formed a team that has created unique necklaces, bracelets, and earrings using crystals, stones, and wood. Costume jewelry has been refurbished and is available.
The team of stitchers, Barbara Matusik, Norie Gelfond, Jean Hilton, Tina Pinto, and Joan Sopp have made quilted placemats and runners, designer purses, gift and shoe bags. Halloween ghosts are a favorite.
Coastal products are excellent for year round décor in homes by the sea. There is a selection of shell trees, driftwood crosses, oyster shell wreaths, sailboat wreaths, and sand scapes in glass containers. The cork wreaths made by Merrill Beveridge are a big hit. The lighthouse tree can be displayed all seasons.
The Clever Crafters have made cute button snow men magnets, and Santa money holders. The choir people from clay pots are clever. Bird lovers will love the bird houses. Several creations are in process.
The Fantastic Florists have an array of wreaths, trees, and floral arrangements. There are traditional holiday decorations as well as fall and decorations that can be used from the fall through the winter.
Marie Buss has crocheted baby blankets, lap robes, cotton dish clothes and pot holders. Patty Years has knitted hats, socks, and scarves.
Since the workshop continues while the Gift Shoppe is open, shoppers will want to make several trips to see what’s new.