Little Tree is excited to announce that our annual Artisan Craft Market is back this Friday November 29th! Join us from 4:00pm – 8:00pm and enjoy the display of unique handmade crafts from each local vendor.
Our featured artists this year are…
Rob Nicklasson, RSN Woodcrafts
Rob enjoys creating one of a kind works of art. Whether it is a hand turned bowl, live edge decorative pieces, cutting and charcuterie boards and more. “It inspires me to work with my hands as a way to relax and get away from my busy everyday life. Woodworking creations gives me joy for myself and to others.”
Greg Pierce, Peck’s Creations
Find Greg on Instagram!
Lisa Byers, LJ Turtle Aromatherapy
Lisa Byers is the aromatherapist behind LJ Turtle Aromatherapy. She is a clinical aromatherapist trained and certified through the Canadian Federation of Aromatherapists. Her passion is developing blends that help you live an aromatherapy lifestyle – which means her blends are easy to use and effective. “I want you to incorporate aromatherapy into your everyday and feel supported both emotionally and spiritually.”
For the Little Tree Garden Artisan Craft Market, Lisa is excited to offer a choice from 3 of her most popular aromatherapy lifestyle blends. Joy supports a cheerful outlook, invigorates and uplifts our thinking and thought patterns. Winter Solstice, one of her change of season blends; use it to ‘warm’ you when it is chilly outside. And finally, use Four Thieves, used during the cold and flu season. It is also a great daytime blend to help you stay focused. These may be used with her diffuser jewelry or with a nebulizer.
“I will also be showcasing my handcrafted aromatherapy diffuser jewelry. Our aromatherapy diffuser jewelry is simple to use, stylish, and aroma-therapeutic. Choose from our selection of handcrafted earrings, pendants and bracelets. Bonus: Receive a bottle of Joy with every piece of jewelry (see above for description)!”
Margaret-Anne Cripps, Black Star Vintage Jewellery
Margaret-Anne lives in Guelph and is a permanent vendor at the Guelph farmer’s market, for about 4 years.