Schoenig Art

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Our pieces range from large to small flowers, 2 –d and 3-d metal paintings, figures, critters, and whatever seems to jump out of the metal from our imaginations. The Wonderland-esque flowers are created with various materials such as recycled steel, stainless steel, bronze, glass, rock, and precious stones. They have been called Jewelry for the Home. Some stand as high as an average adult! They may be displayed as a beautiful piece of sculpture standing inside the home or out of doors.

Along with the gorgeous flowers, we have critters, figures, and metal art paintings created from metal canvases. We use white smithing to create each piece by hand. The paintings also have elements such as steel, copper, glass, stone, inks, etc embedded in them. Various treatments are applied to the metal to create these vivid one of a kind pieces of Art. We believe in creating beautiful artwork that inspires and promotes positivity.

Have a fun, wonderous, and peace filled day!

www.hiddendragonart.com

Henna Arts

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Henna Body Art, Dresses from India, saree, bindi, scarves, colorful hand made home decorations, crafts and authentic jewelry

Blue Timber Wood Studio

Dedicated to designing and producing segmented wood and turned wood art. We specialize in open forms (bowls, vases, plates and cups) as well as lidded boxes turned on a lathe and custom made ball point and fountain pens. We use a variety of domestic hardwoods such as ash, maple, mesquite, oak and walnut to produce our artwork. The majority of our domestic hardwoods are harvested in North Texas, in particular Dallas and Tarrant counties. We also use exotic woods such as Padauk, Purple Heart, Amboyna, Afzelia, Mahogany and Teak that are obtained from a variety of countries around the globe. All of our art pieces are unique, one-of-a-kind creations that focus on using woodcraft to provide beautiful as well as functional objects.

Three Sisters Traveling Arts & Crafts

tstasHand made aprons and other cooking and clothing accessories.

Wrap Its

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KISS IT; is our European influence chicken pita wrap, embedded in layers of chopped lettuce. Topped with our seasoned cream sauce. Every bite is exploring new and delicious adventures. Welcome to the new world of healthy eating with zero compromises in flavor! $6.50

BLAST IT; is our jalapeno beef/lamb pita wrap, embedded in layers of chopped lettuce and smothered in our seasoned cream sauce. This wrap will launch those who eat it into another world smiling all the way! $7.50

Cucumber/tomato salad; our refreshing cucumber and tomato salad is always in high demand. Marinating in our very popular dressing, this flavor always wins! $2.00

Beverages:
Orange effervescence bubbly water (sugar free) $1.00 Bottled spring water $1.00

Emma Grace TuTu Place

emma-grace-tutu-024Children’s Handmade Tutus, bows and shirts. All tutus and shirts come in a variety of vibriant colors.

Wrapped to Wear

wrap-braceletWrap jewelry handmade with genuine leather and beads. High-quality custom and ready-made bracelets, anklets, necklaces and more for effortless and versatile style. A great gift for birthdays, anniversaries, holidays, and bridesmaids!

Head on over to http://www.wrappedtowear.com for the full collection, styling ideas, and all sorts of inspiration!

Shades of Graphite

Taking-a-Break_edited-1Geri Dunn’s artwork highlights her passion for the Cowboy Culture. Her artwork combines her natural ability to capture texture, detail and mood, utilizing graphite pencils. To view Geri’s artwork, please visit her website at http://www.geridunn.com

Cool Scoops

Cool Scoops offers hand-dipped Blue Bell ice cream, handmade soft pretzels – (better than Annie Anne’s :-), hot dogs/pretzel dogs and hot & fresh buttered popcorn. For drinks, we offer iced Moca coffee, fresh squeezed strawberry lemonade, rootbeer floats and bottled water.

Martin and Martin

InPraiseMy gourd art focuses primarily on vessels, contemporary pieces, and masks. I purchase gourds from local growers. I prefer to clean them myself and thereby preserve the mold patterns in the cleaning process. I cut and carve gourds rather than paint or wood-burn them. I use leather dyes primarily and natural accents such as pine needles and walnut shells.