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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Join us for the Second Annual Decatur Home & Studio Show! November 13th & 14th 4:00-9:00




It's almost time for our second annual Home Show!  My Mom and I have been working hard to find new artists to add to our already wonderful group.  We had two top priorities; one that their work be of top quality and two, that each artist adds a different category to our collection.  So we now have: handmade soaps, puppets, children's painted furniture, retro-style art prints and beautiful hand made totes and diaper bags in addition to the beautiful selection we offered last year of; topiaries, gorgeous jewelry, antiques, lamps, altered books and paintings.  Scroll down for a sampling of some of the artisans we are offering!

Kat Wiranowski also known as Sudstress
has been making soap for about five years and her passion for it just keeps growing.  She works with an incredible array of essential oils, herbs and more.  Add this to her gorgeous sense of design and packaging, and you have a winner of a product!  You can visit Sudstress and her soaps at her Etsy Shop.




         Nicole Wimber designs totes and diaperbags
                                        all made with incredible attention to detail and style.
Each bag has a reinforced handle and is lined and trimmed
with an accent color complimentary to the fabric.
To see more
examples of her work,
visit her Etsy shop HERE.





Lindsay Mahaffey is a professionally trained artist
focusing in the
area of jewelry design. 
Her colors and unusual designs are magnificent!






Heidi Staven Carpenter dreams up the most
whimsical puppets you've ever seen!
She will also have some of her fabulous children's chairs available. 
Her company is called "In Jest Puppets" ,
check it out for for more examples of her work!




Angela Traunig designs retro-style animal prints
perfect for a child's room.
She specializes in customizing
each of her designs to
fit the needs of her customers. 
For more examples of Angela's work, click HERE.





                                 Meredith Smiles  is a consultant for Tastefully Simple;
and will have
their delicious products
for sale at the show.
 You can check out her website HERE.



Stephanie Mealor Corder is a professionally trained
artist who creates acrylic paintings
primarily of flowers
and enjoys experimenting with
altered books. 
For more examples of her work, click  HERE.




Join us for the Home Show

November 13th & 14th 4:00-9:00
249 Forkner Drive
Decatur, GA 30030








2 comments:

Tara Dillard said...

What about your soups? You had me at the first description when I met you!

Garden & Be Well, XO Tara

Tammy said...

Wow, what a fun grouping of artists and items. I have been thinking about a holiday open house, too. Sounds like a fun thing to do with other artists. I am so glad you came by for a visit today. I just love your paintings! They are so detailed and I loe all of the swirls and curls in the flowers.
Gorgeous!
Xo,
Tammy