Autumn Artisan Market

The Autumn Artisan Market, sponsored by the Rainbow Rebekahs, in Sherwood, Oregon, present a wonderful new handmade market.  This cozy market will occur over the course of two days and feature  many different local handmade artisans.  The Rainbow Rebekahs will have hotdogs and drink on hand midday on Saturday and Saturday morning, they will have handmade fresh yeast raised donuts, know for miles around!


Artisans that will be participating include:

Symaria Browns Couture Bodycare Creations

The Shaws handmade glass lit pendants – so unique!

Melissa Nash and her painted artworks

Surett J’s Handmade feather earrings  – Love these!

Berniece handmade sewn creations a local favorite – Here you will find those things you didn’t know you needed until you see them.

Pure Pizzazz handmade jewelry a Sherwood local favorite as well – What a selection!

Brianns Handmade soothing neckwraps and other creations – Get these for yourself before the holidays, some real stress relievers!

Lori Randels unique handmade mixed media artworks – One of a kind art, a must have.

Mizzoni’s unique handmade TuTu’s and unique creations

Puthucodes beautiful polymer clay creations

Petersons handmade crystal trees that must be seen and taken home to share for generations.

Winegars sweet infant and child items, beautiful items for those sweet little ones, we all love!

Nuttin Perfects creative holiday wood and rope decor items, I will be shopping here for great holiday decor, that you won’t find at  Target or Walmart for sure!


Rainbow Rebekahs

famous handmade fresh

Saturday Donuts!


Donuts are 50 cents each or a dozen for $6 

Order ahead for larger quantities

Please contact us if you have any questions!


Handmade: Is it worth it?

So you know that handmade is pretty trendy…

You can go on Etsy and find a million handmade items that you think are adorable.   But one of the great things about handmade are the connection you make with the Artist/Craftsperson.  For the Artist or craftsperson, that connection is important to them too.   So question is, how do you make that connection?   One way is to search Etsy for locally made items.  You can specify a default search that narrows to the closest town to you.   You will be pleasantly surprised to find out how many great items are made right down the street from you.

When I talk to people at shows, many are surprised to find out that I am a local artist.   They assume that if your doing a show you must be from out of state or pretty far away.

So lets say you found someone close, you can convo them and ask if they are doing any shows locally that you can attend or if their work is in any local shops as well.   This will also give you a feel for the person behind the art.    Did you get a quick response?   Where they friendly even if they weren’t doing any shows?  Best case you find you really like the person behind the art and worse case, you move on and continue shopping locally and globally…

So, have fun, keep shopping and support your local artist…