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CANDLEWICK LAKE – On Saturday, Oct. 3, Candlewick Lake opened the gates to the public for their annual Holiday Craft and Vendor Fair with anything and everything a craft lover could want.

Some of the unique quality craftsmanship included Barcraft 2bie St. Aubin’s homemade quilts, Cindy Branscum’s handmade jewelry, Ruth Anne Wiedmer’s hair accessories, and tutus and hair bows by Payy Wolski to name a few.

Trevor Meiborg was also at the craft fair displaying and selling his unique decorative lighting made from anything you can imagine, such as mason jars, liquor bottles, and so on to decorate your house, your bar area, or to even decorate your man cave.

Other vendors included Pam Cangcraft 3elosi who was there to support Michelle Courier for reelection in the Boone County State’s Attorney race against Tricia Smith.

Another booth at the craft fair featured a workout opportunity called “It works crazy wrap thing.” There to promote it were Brandi Smith and Rebecca Porter.

Sarah German and her associates were also there to show off their designs from “Design Dame,” which included T-shirts and sweatshirts.craft 4

Independent Sales Director Hanna Wahl had her own booth at the craft fair to hopefully reach some new clients to join her Mary Kay line.

Last, but certainly not least, was S.A.M. Bergstrom, the owner of “Crystal Web,” who set up her booth to feature the healing rocks and crystals she sells.

There was also beautiful handmade jewelry by Cindy Branscum and Ruth Anne Wiedmer’s hair accessories to tutus and hair bows by Patty Wolski to name a few.craft 5

The Holiday Craft and Vendor Fair at Candlewick Lake was a wonderful experience for craft shoppers and a wonderful opportunity for local vendors to gain some exposure for their small businesses.

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