Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Holiday Market

Hey everybody! Its that time again when you need to be thinking about that Christmas list!  Head down to Holiday Market and find that perfect gift! Or invite a friend and just spend the morning talking and browsing the isles. I am excited to be a part of the candle cabin's booth. I have been working the past couple of months on a new line called SweetArt. If you have kept up with my blog you know all about it already. I loved seeing it all finished and hanging on the wall. It looked great! Hurry downtown and take a look and let me know what you think. I hope to see you all there!!! Also look for my stationary with SweetArt .

Wendy and Leah both went above and beyond to make sure  their booth was  warm, welcoming , and the most inviting booth at Holiday Market.

Holiday Market is Oct12-Oct15 downtown. Candle Cabin's Booth can be found right  by the front door  filled with something for everyone. Candles, frames, baby gifts, and of course my SweetArts.

Holiday Market in Montgomery kicks off tonight. This is Candle Cabin's booth under construction. It looks fabulous! Leah Reigns(Hope I spelled that right) and her sweet husband put this together yesterday. Its amazing. People kept stopping by today amazed at how cool it was that she constructed the walls out of pallets. It really looked like a rustic cabin.

Leah makes beautiful frames that are perfect for any and every occasion.

Fabulous message blocks

You can find all my SweetArt in the Candle Cabin booth too. They make great gifts  for Christmas!!!!

Mary Elizabeth Martorana  has orignal crosses  in lots of colors and they are wonderful!

Precious frames by Leah can be found in all shapes, colors and sizes.  They are not only perfect gifts but perfectly priced.  Can't wait to see you there!!


  1. This is fabulous. I wish I lived closer. I know your customers will be filled with joy as they see all that your hands have made for them to enjoy and give to others.

  2. How is the pallet display constructed?

  3. JW thank you for reading my blog. I am so glad you loved the pallet display. I did not put it together. Leah's husband did. All I can tell you is they were cut in half and put up in sections. It reminded me of the old free standing chalk boards. The pallets were screwed in to braces on either side. Sorry I can't tell you more. Hope that helps!