December Pop-Up Market
Time & Location
About the Event
Pop-Up Vendors Include:
June Bug Dog Supplies
Our story started two years ago when we adopted our first standard poodle puppy June. I started researching ways to give her a happy, healthy life. When I got to food and treats, I knew what I had to do. In order to make sure I knew what was going into her body and how it benefited her, I needed to make it myself. As I did this, I thought to myself, “Doesn’t Every dog owner want the same?” So, I decided to start June Bug LLC. A company that Only uses all natural, human-grade ingredients. A company that has researched each of these ingredients and how they benefit our pups. A company that cares about what is going into YOUR pup.
We get so many customers who have pups with food allergies or pups that do not like store bought treats. It makes me so happy to hear how much they are enjoying our treats!
Silver Lining - details coming soon!
Vendor Booths on the Lower Level Include:
(please note, artists and makers on the lower level of the market may not be personally represented in their booth on all days....but they love you for visiting and hope you will tag them when you visit their space so they can say thank you!)
Daisy Chains Crochets
Casey Bohanan has been crocheting ever since her grandmother taught her in her teens. It quickly became a bonding experience for them, and also a great way to express her creativity through yarn. A decade of practice later, she enjoys continuing Nana's legacy by creating unique items from koozies for your coffee to custom stuffed animals for your kids. Stop by her booth, you never know what she'll be working on next!
Shop Daisy Chains on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/DaisyChainsCrochets
Follow Daisy Chains on Instagram: @daisychainscrochets
Visit Gwyn Pevonka online: http://www.gwynpevonka.com/
Follow Gwyn Pevonka on Instagram: @gwynpevonka
Filigree Inc. - details coming soon!
Visit Pedal Java online: http://pedaljava.com/
Follow Pedal Java on Instagram: @pedaljava
A few years back, Karolina, the owner of K-Candles felt the need to add something extra to the atmosphere of her home, even more so after cooking; air fresheners and sprays made her re-think her choices mainly because of that synthetic smell. Unable to find what she was looking for, Karolina decided to create her own eco-friendly, beautifully-scented candles. In her research, she came across natural soy wax and loved the benefits. They are biodegradable, burn clean from start to finish and they are soot free and dye free. She hopes everybody enjoys her candles as much as she does.
Shop K Candles on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/kcandlesshop/
Follow K Candles on Instagram: @kcandlesknox
Elias Mom Crafts - details coming soon!
Reel Barrels - details coming soon!
Crosskirk - details coming soon!
Happy Jack Creations
Visit Happy Jack online: https://happy-jack-creations.myshopify.com/
Follow Happy Jack on Instagram: @happyjackcreations
Made by Kelley - details coming soon!
A traveling jeweler/artist that believes a penny is a metaphor for EVERYTHING in life: faith, luck, sharing, communication,evolution, forgiveness, identity, rejection, etc.. and has a story to tell.
Inspired by a persons unique/personal story, Christinea creates jewelry to provide a safe place for open conversation. The penny reminds us of our value, no matter how small we may feel, and shows us the ripple effects in its absence.
Currently, Christinea is bouncing around the country living the “tiny van life” in her Kia Soul with her 70 lb dog. They will be in a different state every week for approximately three months to spread hope and encouragement. You don’t have to follow her on the road to grab yourself one of these intention pieces. Pop into KC Kitchen Center (insert pop up info) to find that perfect gift. Makes Cents Jewelry was born on suicide prevention approximately 9 years ago, so it only makes sense to give back to mental health organizations with every purchase.
Shop Makes Cents on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/MakesCentsJewelry
Follow Makes Cents on Instagram: @makescentsjewelry
Michaelanne Collins is a local artist specializing in floran and angler art (her two passions.) Her first career was as an architect specializing in hospital and medical facility design. Although she loved it, the need to be independently creative led to her second career as a full-time artist. Add to that her family's love of fly fishing and exploring the Smokies, and you can often find her riverside painting what her family catches. Her collection features a wide variety of artwork that encapsulates her favorite hikes, beach and mountain vacations, wildflower discoveries, and her love for the outdoors.
Michelanne hopes you can find something inspiring among her collections of handmade paper collages, original acrylic, palette knife, and fluid art canvases, water colors, pens and ink sketches, and framed prints.
Shop M3C Design on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/M3cDesignsart
Follow M3C Design on Instagram: @m3cdesignsart
A Bunch of Palava - details coming soon!
Lola Bee Soap
My husband and I like many others out there started being more conscious about the products we were using and what we put in and on our body. That is how Lola Bee Soap Co. was born. All our soaps are handcrafted in small batches in East Tennessee and we want to offer a product with a label you can actually read and understand.
We have hand selected our ingredients keeping in mind all the amazing properties that each and every one of them bring to our luxurious bar of soap combined with inviting scents, fun designs and colors to offer you a healthier way to care for your skin, elevating your shower experience. Handcrafted soap is gentler on your skin because of the lack of synthetic agents in it. Our soap is free of harsh chemical additives such as parabens and other petrochemicals ingredients.
Visit Lola Bee Soap online: www.lolabeesoapco.com
Tonya Rose Tea - details coming soon!
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