Stocking Stuffer Antiques, Art, & Fine Craft Sale

Friday & Saturday, December 5 & 6, 2014
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Hot beverages & Refreshments
$5.00 admission

Though our signature event color is bright red, but Stocking Stuffer is a very “green” occasion. Shoppers will delight in the many vendors who grow, reuse, and recycle – creating gifts with low environmental impact.

Aside from our many antique vendors, who specialize in the best of “new to you” collectibles, new to the Stocking Stuffer this year is an artisan who salvages vintage watch parts and turns them into timeless jewelry. Another creates stylish stockings, festive flowers, and more from recycled vintage fabrics, wool, and cashmere. Decorative paintings on re-purposed barn wood and recycled roofing slate are new too.

Back this year by popular demand are mittens made from up-cycled sweaters, lined with warm fleece. And the ever practical hard book covers, re-purposed and converted into purses. Locally grown gourds are carved and hand-painted into birdhouses and ornaments. And a gift everyone can enjoy is a delicious package of all natural soup mixes.

Pressed flowers, home canned foods, herbal delights, vegetable glycerin soaps, nature-inspired art …so many of our nearly 60 vendors have a bit of green in what they do. Shop locally and purchase our community artisans’ handmade crafts; care for our environment, and support a nonprofit organization that supports your community.

Enjoy shopping in this festively decorated Victorian ambiance. The $5 admission includes hot cider and desserts. Proceeds benefit Centre County Historical Society.

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Be the first to peruse and purchase the Stocking Stuffer sale before it opens to the public. Enjoy heavy hors d’oeuvres, wine, and desserts, while enjoying light live music. Refreshments are donated by the area’s finest caterers and restaurants.

 

 

RESERVATIONS – due Monday, December 1, 2014. $30.00 per person ($25 for Members). To RSVP, make your payments securely online using PayPal (below), please print your confirmation, that is your event ticket. You may also call 814-234-4779, or email Christine Tate, and send payment by mail. Payments can be made by cash, check, or credit card.

Artisans, Vendors, & Antique Dealers

2014 Artisans, Vendors, & Antique Dealers:

Below is a list of 2014 participating vendors. You can click on their links to view their websites. Or, view the official Stocking Stuffer Event Brochure (coming soon!) with a picture of each vendors’ work.

Aaronsburg Antiques (Nancy Parks) – Antiques
Mary Addis – Textiles
Bulger (Teresa Timmerman) – Mixed Media
C S Stangel Pottery (Christine Stangel) – Pottery
CCHS Volunteers – Mixed Media
Pam Calkins – Garden Fairies
Pam Calkins – Garden Fairies
Cindy Hiles Herbal Products – Herbals
Cooke Tavern SoupsGourmet
Maryanne Dabney – Clay Miniatures
“Deck the Halls”- Ruth A. Campney – Mixed Media, Textiles
Winnie & Marion Deppen – Antiques
Diane Maurer Hand Marbled ArtMixed Media
Connie DiNunzio – Antiques
Bob Eisenbraun – Antiques
Flotsam & Jetson (Carol Baney) – Jewelry
Gaffron’s Sunrise BakeryBaked Goods
Gatesburg Village Art (Charlie O’Neill) – Mixed Media
Rosemary Gido / Evelyn Landon – Mixed Media
Glitterbones Handmade (Martha Bright) – Textiles
Stephanie Gush – Mixed Media
Irish Hollow Patchwork, Janice Schaub – Textiles
Jerry Jackson – Pewter
Jacquee’s Bijoux (Jacquee Beijen-Lukens) – Jewelry
Jen Barger PhotographyJewelry; Photography
JunipurrMixed Media
Knittings and Paintings by Lena (Lena Thynell)- Textiles, Watercolor
Knitty KittieTextiles
Liz Lasher Glassworks – Glass Jewelry
LizaJane Botanicals (Lisa Zander) – Glass
Mae’s Jewels (Melissa Elliott) – Jewelry
Marianne Fyda’s StudioJewelry
Mindfully Made Studios (Amy Frank) – Textiles
Ann & George Moellenbrock – Antiques
William “Bill” Moyer – Antiques
Paper Filigree ArtQuilled Paper
Paperplanet/Enchantedplanet – Contemporary Paper Arts
Peaceful Pleasures – Soaps & Lotions
Peaceful Pleasures – Wood
Richard Pencek – Antiques
pocketBOOKS – Mixed Media
Second Season MittensTextiles
The Silvered Santa – Mixed Media
Sofia’s DesignJewelry, China
Sofia’s Design II – Wood
Tee’s Creations (Teresa Ball) – Mixed Media
Ties to Nature – Textiles
Valleypurl (Angela Pope) – Textiles
Village Eatinghouse Specialty FoodsCuisine
Jabebo Earrings – Jewelry; Mixed Media (NEW)
Easily Distracted Designs (Bethany Sefchick) – Jewelry (NEW)
Piper’s Peck (Janet Robinson) – Gourmet sauces (NEW)
Heidi Urbanski – Jewelry, Stained Glass (NEW)
Diane Bloom – Jewelry, Mixed Media (NEW)


Please visit again soon for more details.

Sponsors & Supporters

Decorations

StockingStuffer_frontdoor_wreathdoor1December is the most wonderful time of the year to visit the Centre Furnace Mansion. Festively decorated for the holidays, this historic house museum is accented with fresh greenery and lovely trimmings designed and arranged by the area’s top decorators and florists. The décor is unveiled at the Stocking Stuffer Antiques, Art & Fine Craft Sale, and remains in place through Jan. 1. Between Dec. 9-21, schedule a group tour of the Mansion, or reserve the Mansion for your private holiday event for up to 40 people. For reservation information, visit our Reserve the Mansion page, or contact Johanna Sedgwick at 814-234-4779.

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Pictures -- 2012 Stocking Stuffer

Please view our Facebook page for photos from the 2012 Stocking Stuffer Antiques, Art, & Fine Craft Sale.

Vendor Application Packet

Vendor space is limited. Vendors must complete and return applications to CCHS by Monday, September 15, 2014. These may be submitted by mail, or scanned and emailed.