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Written on Handmade Holiday Trunk Sale A Labor of Love:

When the stars align properly I will be participating in one of Jill's Trunk Shows with my Sassy Glass Studio fused glass art! Great to know about the woman behind the event.

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Knoxville Creative Hands Street Team Spring Show & Sale

2 day show & sale featuring over 20 Knoxville-area Etsy vendors

The Knoxville Creative Hands Street Team is comprised of Knoxville-area crafters, artists and creative minds, as well as vendors of vintage goods and craft supplies. While the talents of the Team members lie in many different areas, all members have one thing in common – they offer their goods and services for sale in their individual shops on Etsy.com.

What is Etsy? Etsy is your place to buy and sell all things handmade. Visit www.etsy.com for more information.
Come out and support Knoxville’s Etsy vendors, your local economy and raise awareness for the creative people in your hometown!

The Show and Sale will be open to the public from 10AM to 5PM on Saturday, May 16th and Sunday, May 17th.
This is a FREE event!

What will you find at the Spring Show & Sale?
Photography, hand-crafted wire-wrapped and beaded jewelry, fused glass art, children’s clothing, hand-drawn portraits, handmade bookmarks, soy candles, unique handbags, custom vintage baby quilts, goat’s milk soap, recycled sweater creations, monogrammed items, stationery, note cards, scarves, recycled and natural products, and much more!

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Knoxville Creative Hands Street Team Spring Show & Sale

2 day show & sale featuring over 20 Knoxville-area Etsy vendors

The Knoxville Creative Hands Street Team is comprised of Knoxville-area crafters, artists and creative minds, as well as vendors of vintage goods and craft supplies. While the talents of the Team members lie in many different areas, all members have one thing in common – they offer their goods and services for sale in their individual shops on Etsy.com.

What is Etsy? Etsy is your place to buy and sell all things handmade. Visit www.etsy.com for more information.
Come out and support Knoxville’s Etsy vendors, your local economy and raise awareness for the creative people in your hometown!

The Show and Sale will be open to the public from 10AM to 5PM on Saturday, May 16th and Sunday, May 17th.
This is a FREE event!

What will you find at the Spring Show & Sale?
Photography, hand-crafted wire-wrapped and beaded jewelry, fused glass art, children’s clothing, hand-drawn portraits, handmade bookmarks, soy candles, unique handbags, custom vintage baby quilts, goat’s milk soap, recycled sweater creations, monogrammed items, stationery, note cards, scarves, recycled and natural products, and much more!

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Knoxville Creative Hands Street Team Spring Show & Sale

2 day show & sale featuring over 20 Knoxville-area Etsy vendors

The Knoxville Creative Hands Street Team is comprised of Knoxville-area crafters, artists and creative minds, as well as vendors of vintage goods and craft supplies. While the talents of the Team members lie in many different areas, all members have one thing in common – they offer their goods and services for sale in their individual shops on Etsy.com.

What is Etsy? Etsy is your place to buy and sell all things handmade. Visit www.etsy.com for more information.
Come out and support Knoxville’s Etsy vendors, your local economy and raise awareness for the creative people in your hometown!

The Show and Sale will be open to the public from 10AM to 5PM on Saturday, May 16th and Sunday, May 17th.
This is a FREE event!

What will you find at the Spring Show & Sale?
Photography, hand-crafted wire-wrapped and beaded jewelry, fused glass art, children’s clothing, hand-drawn portraits, handmade bookmarks, soy candles, unique handbags, custom vintage baby quilts, goat’s milk soap, recycled sweater creations, monogrammed items, stationery, note cards, scarves, recycled and natural products, and much more!

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