MEG ARBO’S DIVINE PEPPERMINT BARK

Posted On December 18, 2011

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I started making this a few Decembers back and have been asked for it ever since! Give it as a gift. Keep it as a treat for yourself and eat it at night, after the kids are in bed. Experts say it tastes “exactly like the famous bark from *them*” Yet mine is much more affordable!

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DIANA STANKUS

Posted On December 18, 2011

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I’m originally from Baltimore but have lived for the last 30 years in the art museum area of Philadelphia with my husband Gerry. Gerry is a freelance copywriter and creative consultant. Many years ago I was an office manager for a graphic design studio and before that an art coordinator for an advertising agency. After we adopted our two children, who are now grown, I became a stay-at-home mom and just worked part-time now and then.  I’ve been a member of Olivet Covenant Church for 26 years. I’ve served several terms as a deacon and enjoy helping the elderly members of the church. I’m the church nursery coordinator, and I taught children’s Sunday School for over ten years. I’ve always had a love of Victoriana and crafting.

PUNKROCKNITS

Posted On December 18, 2011

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I’m a lifelong mixed media artist and hard-working single mom of a vivacious yarn-loving 4-year old daughter with dreams of someday opening my own yarn shop. I’ve been knitting for almost 5 years now and never plan on stopping! I find my inspiration daily in the surrounding beauty of God’s creation. I praise God for giving me the gift of artistic talent and strive to use that gift for His glory. What an amazing ride he is taking me on!

DANIELLE MARIE TOBIN DESIGNS

Posted On December 18, 2011

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Fun and flirty clothes for women who want to feel sexy and unique. Each garment is handmade and one-of-a-kind.

ABJ GLASSWORKS

Posted On December 18, 2011

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I was born back in 1984 in rural Pennsylvania. My childhood was mainly spent in Southern Chester County and included making mudpies, god’s eyes, eating fresh raspberries off the bush while barefoot, playing in the sprinkler, and finally gaining neighbors when I was about eight. My parents and I uped and moved to England for two years when I was 12, and my Mom told me years later that she was secretly thankful this mellowed my Chester County accent. We moved back when I was 13 and I ended up at a high school in Delaware, and this is where I got my first taste of stained glass. I knew from the moment I touched it that this was my material.
Later I graduated from the University of Delaware with a dual degree in Anthropology and Art History. After 4 years living in London and managing a shop on Portobello Road I moved back to Pennsylvania in February 2011.
I feel very lucky that I have reached a transition in my life that allows me to return to my stained glass. For me, art has always had a 3-dimensional, tactile element. Maybe I got my start in those mudpies, who knows. I get absorbed in the process of stained glass sculpture. I often make drawings ahead of time and sometimes cut paper patterns to work from, but more often than not I get lost in the process and improvise my way. This allows me to become one with my work, and I think it shows. The ideas flow from my head, to my hands and into the glass itself.

RACHEL SHOSHANA JEWELRY

Posted On December 18, 2011

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One of a kind and limited edition sterling silver gemstone jewelry all made with my own two hands. I have a huge crush on jewelry of all sorts and a few years ago I started my own dream company. I make each piece by hand and with love. 

DAHLING ACCESSORIES

Posted On December 18, 2011

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Growing up in a home with an accomplished professional artist as my father and an avid seamstress as my mother, I learned at an early age the importance of art, design, and craftsmanship.  As time passed, I soon discovered my love for fashion.  I was not interested in the cookie-cutter looks around me.  Instead I chose to shop at thrift stores and raid my mother’s stash of 1970s gear, finding pieces to stand out in the crowd.  I adored my authentic flower-child era bellbottoms, colorful disco-style jewelry and bright, mod dresses.  It was then that I realized the link between identity and personal style.  It was only natural to choose fashion design as my path.  I have been in the fashion industry in companies of varying types and sizes working with everything from the creative aspect of design to the technical aspects of production.  Every experience has brought me to where I am today.

I am proud to present my line called Dahling Accessories.  I chose accessories and handbags because of the versatility and excitement they bring to a woman’s wardrobe.  I have always loved the legacy of fashion throughout history and I want to celebrate that in my collections by using beautiful fabrics and colors, quality fashioned details, and vintage inspired trims.

Crushed Out on AMY B. DESIGNS

Posted On December 16, 2011

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Amy B. is a designer/jeweler from Philadelphia with a crush on laser cutting.

Do you believe in WOOD MAGIK CREATIONS?

Posted On December 16, 2011

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I am a retired master magician. I have two loves, the art of magic (slight of hand) and woodworking. That is where the name of my company comes from WoodMagik Creations. I specialize in heirloom quality wood gifts and home accents. I make extraordinary things appear from an ordinary piece of wood.

DOP DOP DESIGNS

Posted On December 16, 2011

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dop dop designs brings a fresh & sassy new look to all your daily messes with women and children’s boutique and limited edition aprons made from designer, vintage and repurposed fabrics.  Other limited edition or OOAK items can be found in the “Market to Table” tote designed using vintage table linens, “The Bistro Boy” men’s apron, and  children’s library totes utilizing vintage and repurposed children’s materials.  dop dop’s mission is quality, clean lines, splashes of color and loads of purpose.

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