Got someone that you don’t know what to buy for them?
If you’re looking to buy local and get that unique gift, try the 46th Annual Lebanon Art & Crafts Show and Sale.
If you haven’t checked it out yet, you should.
I love it because
- They have long hours
- They’re open daily
- The prices are great
- The products are unique and have a lot of variety
- You can shop like a regular store but know you’re supporting local arts and crafts people
They have a lovely display of ornaments I’m looking forward to going back and buying one, maybe two.
You can find something for everyone on your list: colleague, friend, or family member.
Here are some product highlights you’ll find at the show and sale and ideas for who to buy them for.
For the Pet Lover
Try Lisa Gray’s dog pulls.
For the Card Game/Poker Lover
Try Andy and John Hamel’s snack and game table carts. My family played cards a lot growing up! I wish we had one of these!
For the person who likes to accessorize or try something new
Try silver earrings by Heather Burgess.
Or try 3D printed earrings by Laurel Pollard.
I don’t wear earrings often but I just might if I bought some of these!
For the woman you know who likes a good laugh
Try these hot pad hottie’s by Rhonda Tinkham. So funny and practical.
For Someone who Loves Nature
Try these stunning nature photos.
For your Friend or Loved one with Little Ones
How about a fleece baby blanket or a cute tutu?
For Person who Likes Unique Home Decor
These are just beautiful – see the metal art in the back?
For the Person who Likes to Write or Likes Unique Gifts
Mon. – Sat. 9:30 am to 8:00 pm
Sun. 9:30 am to 6:00 pm
They’re open until Dec. 24 at 6:00 pm
Upper Valley Plaza in West Lebanon
Next to CVS. Look for the big yellow sign.
It’s a massive store. So lots of goodies to look at!
More ideas you might find
- Stuffed animals,
- scarves and hats
- greeting cards
- Christmas ornaments
- stained glass
- tote bags
- maple syrup
- children’s toys
Where’s your favorite arts and craft show? Whose handiwork do you love to admire or buy in the area?
Post a comment and let us know where we should go next year on our craft fair travels.