Lisa A Stavig has two new events for this upcoming holiday season. I am truly committed to local, independent crafters, artists and services. I like to buy local from the people who make the art or do the service. To that end, I have busily been preparing for the upcoming holiday craft and art fair season. I am happy to be included into two markets that are local and celebrate the local, independent artist.
November 5th I will be at the Christ on the Mountain Catholic Church Craft Fair. It is the 7th year that it has been held and it is a nice venue to explore 36 other local area crafters and artists. There will be food, of course, along with local holiday crafts, floral arrangements, copper art, wood crafts, candles, children’s items, quilts, pottery, jewelry, and lots of other unique gifts. The Craft Fair is from 8 am to 4 pm at Christ on the Mountain Catholic Church. The address is 13922 W Utah Ave in Lakewood CO. I will be there with my bags, quilts, hand knit items, and gift bags all made from revived, recycled and upcycled materials.
The other local craft fair I was fortunate enough to get into is the Grandview Craft Fair held at Grandview High School in Aurora CO. This is a venue that will showcase 125 local crafters and artists from all over Colorado. It is a juried show and so you will see lots of unique and interesting artists and crafters without alot of repetition. This craft fair is December 3rd from 9-3 pm at Grandview High School, 20500 E Arapahoe Rd, Aurora CO 80016. You can visit their website The Grandview Craft Fair . I hope to see you there!
If you prefer to shop online, keep in mind the Market Mommies holiday shopping guide. It will be posted on their website Market Mommies sometime in November. It will have alot of mommy-owned businesses that you can shop online from and, of course, all their deals and specials for Black Friday and the whole holiday season. Starting at midnight on Thanksgiving night and running until midnight on Black Friday, all my items on my Etsy shop will be 30% off. So plan to shop my Etsy shop that night for great bargains. Make sure to look through the shopping guide on Market Mommies for more deals and web specials from other moms just like me.
Whatever your gift-giving needs are for this upcoming holiday season, make sure to try to support your local, independent crafters, artists and service providers and shop locally. Everyone wins!