We will be selling decorative hand towels-baby body suits-cosmetic bags-fall and Christmas wood decor -centerpieces and ornaments and much more! We will have something for everyone. We will be located in building D- space 26 and 27.
Made with re-purposed chiffons and novelty yarns, these hand knit scarves are each one a unique blend of color, fiber and texture.
We are a family-owned business from Excelsior, MN specializing in primitive cloth, wood and rug punched handmade home decor.
I use vintage Readers Digests to create a unique MN decoration. There books came out several times a year since the 60’s. Each cover is pretty and unique and also dated. Great gift idea for special birthdays or anniversaries. Very reasonably priced.
My concrete Leaves are beautiful and a great addition to any garden.
REPURPOSED BARN WOOD, PALLET WOOD AND WINDOWS HELP TO CREATE ONE OF A KIND HOME DECOR. I PRIDE MYSELF IN MAKING SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE WITH THE VARIETY I CREATE. A “KOUNTRY” FLAIR TO EVERYTHING I CREATE!
We make pendants and earrings from various rocks. Some from as close as the farmers rock pile, some from as far away as Australia!
We also make yard art from silverware and various kitchen pans. Flowers, dragonflies, turtles, ducks….who knows what you will find!
Recycled vintage items including sleds, skis, snowshoes, wooden boxes, windows, liquor and wine bottles.
Mittens, travel pillow cases,runners, kitchen towels,bibs, baby blankets, pot holders etc.
Combining objects found in nature & organic seed, Jules creates solid bird treats that I call “Edible Garden Art” Each piece is different, modern & enjoyable to look at as well as bringing wild songbirds closer into view.
We use only one kind of seed because of it’s amazing qualities. Organic Golden Safflower is high in oils, fats and proteins. It is also non GMO. The seed’s thinner hull allows even the tiniest of birds to enjoy it. Big birds don’t like it. Squirrels tend to leave it alone.
Save. Recycle. Reimagine. Artist Michael Kutch of Barn Bridge Hill Salvage Art takes salvaged and discarded materials and shapes them into new artistic creations. Old tin, gears, croquet mallets, reflectors, fishing lures, and architectural pieces are just a few of the thousands of items used in this unique salvage art. See for yourself at: https://www.barnbridgehill.com/