Holiday Arts Fair: Vendor Feature

Posted on November 14, 2017, in Events

The General McLane Foundation’s 11th Annual Holiday Arts Fair is quickly approaching.

This year’s event will be held Saturday, November 18, at General McLane High School and runs from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.

Nearly 100 vendors will be in attendance, including a variety of new vendors. This year’s crafts include: hand-carved santas, glass sculptures, wood working signs and décor, purses, jewelry, puzzles, soup, birdhouses, ceramics, paintings, pottery, and quilted, croched, stitched and sewn items.

One of the vendors will be Willow Creek Barn Wood Furniture, who creates barnwood furniture and farmhouse decor items.

“Our products are unique because every piece has a story behind it.  All of the lumber we use for our projects is at least 100 years old and have been in the form of a barn and now has been given a new life as your dining table, or a cabinet in your home.  We said from the beginning all of our furniture will be hand crafted and made to last,” said Casey Brown of Willow Creek Barn Wood Furniture. “The character and story you get with barnwood you simply can’t replicate.”

Here is a sneak-peak of just some of their items that will be available on Saturday!

They also do custom orders. Two of their favorite creations to date either is what they call their super table, which was first made for a very close friend and an entertainment center built when they first started.  The entertainment center was 10ft in length and was relatively intricate.