Hammond Castle Museum Holiday Craft Fair
December 7 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm$9.00 – $14.00
Join us for a Holiday Craft Fair at Hammond Castle Museum
Enjoy locally made products from around Cape Ann! Our craft fair will include over 10 vendors and artisans. More information coming soon.
Booth number 1:
Lisa Bowers will be featuring her homemade soaps and houseware fragrance items perfect pick me up items for the holiday season
Booth number 2:
Donna Giannone – Abram and Olivia Burton will be featuring homemade wreaths and hand painted cards
Booth number 3:
Nicole M Dahlmer Arts and Photos –
“Nicole Dahlmer is a Gloucester native and has been making art for over ten years. She has a BFA in Photography from Lesley College of Art & Design (formerly Art Institute of Boston). She sells her photographs in many different forms including greeting cards, calendars, ornaments, small framed prints, and canvas prints. Nicole also works in other mediums including book-making and printmaking. The majority of her images are taken in the Cape Ann area.”
Booth number 4:
Kim Gregory Pure Pastry –
We are a unique wholesale and retail kitchen that is naturally organic, locally sourced and home grown. From our warm kitchen, we offer exquisite pastry that can cater to many special dietary needs. We are a small business purely dedicated to the integrity of our clients, to the pastry we make, and the foot print we leave on this earth. Through our beautiful handcrafted confections, let us help you enjoy the simple act of eating sweets together.
Booth number 5:
Selkie Handknits, we are a mother (Kim) and daughter (Fiona) team that loves to knit unusual and traditional toys, shawls and whatever tickles our fancy. You can find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/
Booth number 6:
Whitecap Creations features the jewelry of the healing artist Allison Twiss-O’Neill. Her jewelry is of many genres and all of a healing nature. Healing sessions and music lessons are also available. Allison’s creations began by making Native American style jewelry from seed beads and progressed into the New England tradition of hand etched scrimshaw. Presently she uses a diversity of materials and styles in her designs, and enjoys free form wire wrapping as well as hand painting stone and shell to produce her art. She has crafted jewelry for over 40 years. Visit her website at www.whitecapcreations.com
Booth number 7:
Victory Designs offers unique handmade accessories such as tote bags, scarves, makeup bags and more also includes embroidered artwork!