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Door County Makers Space to Host Holiday Pop-up Shop

Door County Makers Space will host a Holiday Pop-up Shop, Dec. 8, 5 – 8 pm. It’ll be a night full of fun as local makers and artists invite you to stop in to celebrate the season and peruse their creations. There will be in-shop raffles, holiday cheer and of course plenty of yummies and libations – hot cocoa, spiced tea and cookies.

Apple Blossom Goods, locally handcrafted in small batches, will be available. Safe, all natural, effective goods for the body and home. Deodorant, lotions, body scrubs, face wash, lip balm, bath herbs, herbal baby powder, laundry soap and more will be available.

Jackie Ehlert, of Sister Bay’s Blossoms Flower House, will have an assortment of holiday bouquets, fresh wreaths, and handmade garland available, as well as handmade gifts like candles, ornaments, cards and wrapping paper.

Rebecca White will offer her cozy handknit scarves.

Artist Andrea Naylor of The Pelican Gallery will showcase her original art and film photography, inspired by life on the coast.

Dawn Patel is the artist and owner behind the business Brilliant Stranger, but she believes we are all brilliant and strange. She will bring some of her newest work in the form of Ancestry Cloth, intricately layered dresses, shawls, scarves and belts made from organic linen and vintage saris. Along with her newer work she will have a selection of kids t-shirts, framed prints and other unique art gifts.

Melissa Clark, of Prettywar Designs, will have lots of jewelry and accessories displayed, handmade from mostly vintage components. She’ll also have a selection of cute and sassy “word” necklaces. Custom versions of these, and her other work, are available at etsy.com/shop/prettywar.

Kendra Bulgrin and Jimmy Eddings, the owners of James May Gallery, Algoma, will show work by themselves and their artists, including paintings and ceramics.

Makers Space owner and photographer Kelly Avenson Goettelman will have vintage cameras, metal art, and printed t-shirts on offer.

Door County Makers Space, located at 26 N 3rd Ave in Sturgeon Bay, is a collaborative environment that merges the business folks with the creatives. A place where people make things happen. With a full photography studio in front, a co-working space in the middle and a hidden city courtyard in the back, the sky is the limit as to what can be achieved within its boundaries. Search “Door County Makers Space” on Facebook or email [email protected] for more information.

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