SHOPPING AT THE GIFT MARKET
GIFT MARKET HOURS Tues – Sat 10:30 am to 5 pm (Sat. close 3pm)
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DIRECTORY OF HANDMADE ARTISAN VENDORS
See what Artisans are creating! Support the locals from our handmade community!
Angel Lake Milling has a nice booth in our Gift Market where you can find smaller gift items like charcuterie, cutting boards, step stools, crosses and a bench. At Angel Lake Milling, owner Mike Dunlap, creates products with great care and craftsmanship using trees from the local area, mostly Colorado County area. All products are 100% solid wood and created from repurposed oak, peacn, cedar, elm, ash, hickory and pine trees that fell from storms, age or clearing. In addition to the gift items found at Create Space, Mike designs and builds dog feeders, flower boxers and custom furniture that is more than wonderful and unique! Custom orders are always welcome. Checkout Mike’s Facebook page for picture of his furniture!
B & L Creations
Lori Olivarez-Linques makes customize products including T-Shirts, Ornaments, Drink Glasses, Keychains, Wall Decor and so much more. If you need something personalized, Lori can get it done for you! She's got gifts customized for teachers, babies, schools and many other themes to choose from.
Common Thread Embroidery
Your wish is exactly what Christel Karl can create! Known for her baby quilts, receiving blankets, bib and burp cloths with or without personalization, Christel now makes adult-sized lap quilts or 50"x60" throws! You can have these monogramed or personalize with anything you want ... limited only by your imagination! Christel also creates Tooth Fairy Pouches (hang this on your child’s bedroom door for the tooth fairy), customized and themed kitchen dish towels and wine bags, as well as miscellaneous items like cardinal keychains, wrist loops for keys and cooking aprons!
Skull Creek Flowers
Home grown and gathered flowers. Dried naturally, arranged in wreaths, sprays and containers.
Christine Feehery spends many hours roaming and walking on her family's ranch in Colorado County that has Skull Creek running through it. Here she enjoys the beauty of nature as she gardens and gathers wild flowers, grasses, beans and pods to create her wreaths, hearts and decorative arrangements. Christine calls her business Skullcreek Flowers and the inspiration for her arrangements comes from her love of botany and floral design.