DEC. 1-2, 2018 (10 am - 4 pm)

— 2018 artisans —


Woolly Mammals — Tresa Muir


Woolly Mammals is back this year with a couple of new animals and accessories. These hand knitted, and individually unique creatures are made from all natural fibres, such as wool, alpaca, cotton, linen and silk. They are a joy to make, and I love the smiles that they give to everyone.


Tresa Muir:




Joanna Lovett Sterling — Joanna Lovett


When Joanna designs and makes her jewelry and lockets she considers the experience that sparked the creation and the person that will own and wear it.  The materials she works with are mostly recycled re-refined sterling silver, 14k gold, bronze and semi precious stones. Her happiest moments are hearing from people that a piece she has  made has become their adornment signature!


Joanna Lovett:  604-562-5493  |  |


Fancy Boxes — Nancy Bennett


A lifetime of appreciating and studying art has brought me to the creation of one of a kind gift boxes.  I use a variety of techniques, some learned on annual workshops in France to create unique, unusual and beautifully decorated gift boxes designed for regifting.  Utilizing a wide variety of materials applied in a myriad ways keeps my pieces fresh and perpetually interesting.


Nancy Bennett  |





Take A Fancy Bean to Bar Chocolate & Artisan Ice-Cream —
Becks D’Angelo


This past April, I opened a small shop on the beautiful Sunshine Coast – The Folly Artisan Food Shop, in Roberts Creek. Onsite I have a small chocolate studio and kitchen where I roast & refine cacao in micro-batches and create original ice cream recipes – think cardamom strawb-cherry or blackcurrant w/ Tanzanian dark chocolate!  I will have a selection of chocolate bars & caramels, as well as ice cream pints & ice cream sandwiches. Magical things happen when bean to bar chocolate meets homemade ice cream…

Becks D’Angelo:  |


Bernie's Best Christmas Trees — Bernie Smith-Gander


Seven years ago I made the decision to try planting Christmas trees. I planted 1000 tiny 8" seedlings on my family 's farm. I nurtured them, talked to them (much to my Husbands amusement!) and cared for my pretty little trees. They have responded by flourishing on their sunny hillside and are now ready to become someone's "Christmas Tree". Choice of natural Grand or Noble Fir.


Bernie Smith-Gander: 604-462-1198  |



Cedar Isle Farm — Jim Grieshaber-Otto


Cedar Isle Farm is a magical place nestled between mountains on fertile soil near Agassiz, in the eastern Fraser Valley. We enjoy strong community support to proudly produce local certified organic grains while maintaining a rich habitat for wildlife.  Our products include oats, wheat, rye and barley, which are rolled, milled into whole grain flour, or available as kernels.  We are delighted to share them directly with you or for healthy gifts for those you love.


Jim Grieshaber-Otto: 604-796-0290  |  |


Le Meadow’s Pantry — Genevieve Blanchet


Le Meadow's Pantry makes artisan jams and marmalades in Vancouver, BC, using

local fruit and botanicals. All our preserves are cooked 12 jars at a time in French

copper preserving pans to capture the bright flavours and essence of the fruit. Our artisan jams are always first and foremost about the fruit. We don't over-sweeten

or over-flavour, and each jar contains at least half a pound of fruit!


Genevieve: 604-369-8232  |  |


Von Hardenberg Candles — Betty and Klaus von Hardenberg


Klaus and Betty have been making 100% pure beeswax candles since 2004. Although beeswax is used in making many products, the simple, elegant candle with its naturally sweet, honey scent is what we live to create. Handmade in our studio to you.


Betty & Klaus von Hardenberg:  604-462-9244  |


Charmian Nimmo — Tuxedo Cat Pottery


I've been making pots for almost 40 years and still find joy in every piece I make. I never tire of experimenting with form, surface, and materials so my work continually evolves as I play. My work is all meant for use, safe in the oven, dishwasher and freezer unless otherwise noted. I hope the user of each piece gets as much enjoyment from it as I did making it.


Charmian Nimmo: 604-215-2525   |   
Instagram: Charmiannimmo  |  Instagram: tuxedo_cat_pottery



Livia’s Sweets Bakery — Claire Livia Lassam


Livia's Sweets is a boutique bakery steeped in nostalgia. Everything is made from scratch, in small batches, by people who really care about every tiny detail, using local ingredients whenever we can.


Claire:    |


Under the Oak Tree Woodworking Studio — Keith and Kristi Schroots


Since 1992 Keith has been working with wood to create unique items including hand carved St. Nicks, kitchen wares, and custom furniture.  Local reclaimed white birch will mean we will have candle holders this year, too!  Kristi and Keith do this work together with the hope that each item will be treasured and used for many years to come.


Keith and Kristi Schroots: 604-316-3044   |




That’s So Cute — Tracy Luu


I’ve always enjoyed crafting as a hobby, and love creating things which are different, but also fun. From felt busy books to cards, each item is handcrafted with hopes that it brings a smile to your face and also joy to those who receive these unique gifts.


Tracy Luu:




Bernice Mussallem — Certified Harp Therapy Practitioner


Bernice was born and raised in Ireland. She graduated from Trinity College Dublin in 1977 and then moved to Canada. In 2004 she completed her Hospice training and began volunteering at the Christine Morrison Hospice in Mission. In 2010 Bernice started to play her harp at the Hospice and has continued to play there on a weekly basis. She was very moved by the effect harp music had on patients, family and staff and decided to pursue studies in this area. In 2016 she graduated from the International Harp Therapy Program and is a certified Harp Therapy Practitioner. She feels very privileged to be at hospice and to share precious time with patients and their loved ones.


Bernice Mussallem


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