Happy New Year!
Hi my name is Susie, with Coast Live Oak Creations. I was introduced to pottery by my sister and quickly fell in love with having a creative outlet, working with my hands and the science behind it. I was soon in search of more creative ways to apply chemistry. One night, while visiting my sister I found my answer: making cold process soap.
I started out gifting soap to friends and family, before I knew it I was getting requests for soap, selling it alongside my pottery at craft fairs. The timing was perfect so I decided that I would take my creative outlet to the next level and launched my company. We are a Central Coast California-based, first generation American, female-owned and operated small business.
Our soaps are created using sustainably sourced oils, butters, and other natural ingredients. Each bar is allowed several weeks to fully cure to ensure a long lasting, hard bar of soap. The bars are then individually packed in an eco-friendly, recyclable box. We never use pre-mixed bases or melting craft soap. And our functional pottery is food safe, oven and microwave safe. We carry our sustainability practices in our pottery by recycling clay.
The Humble Hook and Needle is a mother-daughter team consisting of Macy and myself. We love the freedom and excitement involved in making handcrafted items. As a child I developed a love for crocheting from my grandmother. Within the last 12 years I have focused on improving my crochet skills and have expanded to knitting as well. I have always been eager to make my own clothes.
Recently I began making items that I find comfortable and stylish. Macy realized her passion for sewing a year ago and began creating charming and practical hats, bags and baby items. As a new mother herself, she understands what mothers find useful. She has an eye for color and pairs fabric combinations beautifully.
We are dedicated to improving our skills and trying new things. This will be our first event as vendors, and we are happy to share our creations with you.
Our booth will have variety of items for every budget from pot scrubbers to baby blankets to cardigan sweaters and much more in between.
I have been crafting and creating for as long as I can remember. I started with embroidery floss bracelets when I was a young kid and continued making jewelry as well as learning new crafts and skills along the way.
During the beginning of the pandemic, I opened an Etsy shop selling face masks using fun fabric (characters, TV shows, seasonal) and would give away free stickers with orders. I quickly realized I enjoyed making stickers more than masks and pivoted to making stickers full time. Suburban Standard Shop was born. Check us out at https://www.etsy.com/shop/SuburbanStandardShop.
Last summer, my daughter and I fell in love with beading after taking a class at Kandra's Bead Shop in Pismo. We love making bracelets and necklaces using japanese seed beads, natural stones, and crochet yarn while listening to music or binge-watching a show together. We created a sister site, The Monarchy Shop, which showcases the jewelry we make. Check us out at https://www.etsy.com/shop/themonarchyshop.
We're looking forward to sharing our handmade stickers and jewelry with this year's craft fair!
Erin Moore of Love Moore Arts, is an artist and teacher living on the Central Coast of California.
She creates a variety of arts and crafts inspired by nature and life on the Coast. As a professed “life long learner”, she is always learning a new skill and creating something new to share with her customers.
Her current work includes, acrylic paintings, watercolor moons with pressed flowers, Cyanotypes of botanicals and handmade jewelry.
Started in 2020, from a need I had. I built my own custom challenge coin holder display flag, posted it on my instagram, and immediately had a few coworkers and friends ask me if I could build one for them.
This started as a hobby, and has grown since my first few orders.
I enjoy building and making, and have turned it into a very small business, of which I hand make everything. I specialize in full custom builds.
Liz Rempel and Michele Rempel of Windows to Waves are a mother-daughter team that creates sparkly, beachy artwork using sea shells, glass, pigments, resin and other media.
Their creations make perfect gifts and souvenirs for beach lovers who want to hang a piece of the Central Coast on their walls.
Orions Divine Crystalline was a dream born from having a love for crystals, jewelry, & cats.
This small business was started in 2021 by Dezii Alarcon, a locally born artisan with a passion to enhance the divinity in you! ‘Orion’ originates from a Greek myth, & is in memory of Dezii’s first kitten who passed away suddenly.
Each item is adorned with natural gemstones & created with metals that are either 100% sterling silver or 14k gold filled. The use of these metals makes each creation resistant to everyday wear & fading unlike brass or nickel.
Bonus - each design packaging is created from 100% eco-friendly materials!
My name is Kathleen Stowell and go by Kat. I have been in the massage business for over 25 years and when the pandemic hit, like most business, I needed to find something else to help the family household.
My husband gifted me a laser engraver/cutting machine. I knew nothing about lasers. I was completely intimidated by just the size of this thing but because I have always loved making things from jewelry to crafting I dove right into it. I had the means to sell my creations at my business to the point that it was supporting my business.
That being said, I recently retired from my massage business so I can focus just on my laser business. I love it when someone comes to me and ask “Can you make this”. I’m up for the challenge and in most cases I have been able to make it.
I now have 2 lasers. A CO2 which allows me to engrave and cut wood and acrylic and a fiber laser which allows me to engrave on metals and rocks and much more.
Hello, my name is Alma Bibian and I'm the creator and owner of Trippy Hippy Chic!
I've always loved and collected rocks as a child and recently have fallen back in love with the beautiful healing powers of stones. Started with making bracelets and now make everything from necklaces, bracelets, rings, earrings and soon I'll be carving my own cabs and carvings.
Everything is made with love, light and good vibes! I love to educate people on the healing benefits of crystals. They have helped me find my peace and I want nothing more than to spread good vibes.
You can find me at events all over the central coast, I'm on Instagram and Tik Tok. Custom orders available! If there is something you need or want I probably have it or can get it for you. Look forward to meeting you, til then...peace, love and good vibes!
Hi, I’m Christina Rugebregt and am a local crafter; and owner of “Threaded Treasures” which you can find on Facebook.
Although sewing is my primary focus, I also do many projects with
Cricut; which is where my crafting journey originated. My drive with crafting came from my desire to help others. It was early in the Covid pandemic when I made sewing a priority, I decided to make masks; of which I had sewn myself, over 2000 masks. During this time I began
making custom masks and that evolved into my current product line.
My sewing products are: Totes, Coin Purses, Pot Holders, Bowl Cozis, Flat Iron Traveling Pouches, Cosmetic Bags,
Table Runners, Place Mats, and more. Everything can be made totally CUSTOM! Currently I'm making seasonal and sport related sewing items.
Come by my booth and let’s make your Holidays gifts, Unique!
After living in Gilroy, my husband and I and our son and family moved to Paso Robles 3 years ago. In Gilroy we had a small studio where glass bead making, glass blowing, lapidary, metal working and stone carving classes were offered and taught by well-known instructors. While waiting for our new shop building to be completed at here, I am continuing one of my hobbies, glass fusing.
Fusing involves creating a design, cutting the glass pieces by hand, shaping with a grinder and melting the project in a kiln up to 1500 F degrees, for 8-12 hours. Keeping our minds engaged in creativity is so important for our health.
I continue to learn to work with metals, make jewelry, and cut and polish natural stones and fuse glass. I look forward to teaching our grandchildren and others to explore some of the art forms that I have learned. I also like to encourage minorities and youth in this area to become involved in art activities.
We have planted over 50 fruit trees that will give so much fruit next year; the peaches were abundant this year and fruit canning is also one of my favorite hobbies!
Welcome to Crafty Frys. We are the Fry family, Michael and Carla. We started Crafty Frys as a hobby in 2019 with a Cricut and a desire to do something different from our full time job.
A little about us. We have both served proudly for 18 years with the California National Guard. We have been deployed and a part of many State activations.
Throughout the years, our little hobby eventually turned into a small business. Our crafts range from serving boards to wood and leather earrings, tumblers to bottle openers, wireless charges to squirrel feeders. Everything in our shop can be customized.
Come start your Christmas shopping at our booth. We have something for everyone on your list.
Hello, we are Ruby Dream Creations. I am Keenah Davis and my mom is Mary Davis. We are a creative mother-daughter team and we make jewelry for all members of the family. I am also a third grade teacher. I was born and raised in Santa Maria and Nipomo. My father is from SLO and we are long-time residents of the Central Coast.
We have been craft vendors for 30 years. We have been in arts and craft shows plus rock and gem shows all over California, North Carolina, and Hawaii. We recently participated in the California Choctaw Gathering.
We love spending time together and sharing our crafts. I also have great knowledge of rocks and minerals. Our beaded jewelry is made from real gemstones, shells, wood, various high quality metals, pearls, crystals, art glass, and stunning pendants. We also sell keychains, polished stones, and crystals.
We have a variety of styles and colors. Come on out and visit us!
I'm Mark Rush, and my wife Kat.
I'm a "SUPPLIES" Vendor strictly...locally & personally harvested Big Berry Manzanita which I cut, clean, treat for bugs and shape/sand it all for AQUARIUMS AND TERRARIUMS, Rodents, Birds and all Exotic Pets! It's a lot of work but it's so beautiful and I enjoy it so much!
I also design charcuterie boards, walking sticks, end tables, BBQ table tops, downdraft incense burners and various things all made out of wood...we will bring a lil bit of everything!
You can find me on:
Growing up with rock hound parents & going camping all over the states since I was 6 weeks old, I acquired a wonderful lust for traveling.
I grew to appreciate the Southwestern Design and have been drawn to the style & colors of the desert.
I like to use a lot of turquoise as it has so many different shades along with natural bone beads for my creations. I also prefer to use Jasper, Tiger Eye, shell, coral, and anything that is a natural gift of the land.
All my creations are unique and not one, is the same as another. Ever.
Sculpted clay bird figurines, charms, and jewelry. Also clay butterfly wings, and a few lizards.
Jams, Jellies, cookies, loaf breads, cupcakes, foccacia breads, caramels, and cocoa bombs.
Handmade Resin Jewelry and Note Cards
Wire wrapped jewelry, beaded jewelry, sterling silver rings with semiprecious stones, Hand painted and non painted 3D printed items ( 3D printed items made by us) and gemstone specimens, towers, carvings, palm stones & cabochons.
Steampunk themed jewelry, hair accessories and cabochons
DnD nerds who make things! Fanciful dice sets, wood engraved products and more!
Young entrepreneur handmade soaps, bath salts and more... Made by hand, in small batches, with essential oils. 50% of the profits go into Lyla's college fund!
A mother daughter team of fabric artists. Specializing in functional and decorative fabric arts.
Lavender Products: Sprays, Salves, Lip Balm, Bath Salts, Bath Bombs, Sachets, Goats Milk Soap, Dried Lavender Bundles, Wreaths, Hot/Cold Therapy Bags. Gift boxes that include these items.
Tumblers, Glass Can Cups, Tshirts, Jewelry, keychains, car coasters, blankets, mugs, embroidered kitchen towels, sun catchers, reusable water balloons, hats and patches
Framed Photograpy (2x3, 4x6 5x7. 11x14 sizes). Mostly local nature (land, ocean, birds...)
Towels, mug mats, tissue holders, purses and pouches, potholders, tea bag wallets, coffee and ice cream sleeves, bowl cozies, key fobs, sanitizer, vax card and balm holders, checkbook and card holders, totes, aprons, tee shirts, hair accessories, coasters, quilts, gift tags and card holders, bibs, embroidered earrings, crayon holders, tea cozies
Beachy framed art using shells, glass and resin.
Quilts, table runners, bowl coozies
Handmade taffy using only the finest, natural ingredients including grade A butter and pure cane sugar. We do not use high fructose corn syrup or preservatives. An added plus is that our taffy is gluten free. All of our taffy is made in small batches, and is truly an "artisan" taffy.
doilies, pot holders, coasters, bookmarks, placemats, and wall hangings.
Sewn items of all kinds: aprons, fleece scarves, hats, throws, placements, tote bags, and hand painted ornaments & beaded jewelry.
Handmade bracelets, earrings & necklaces