Hope Christmas Craft Market – Part 3

We had a great time this past weekend in Hope,NJ. The weather was wonderful and record numbers of people turned out for the Christmas festivities in this quaint New Jersey town. We were very busy but happy to see some familiar faces and meet new friends.  I wanted to pass along some pictures of our booth and this great little town. If you weren’t there, hopefully you’ll get a chance to visit sometime.

Our booth was located in the Hope Community Center – a beautiful old stone church.

We were fortunate to be able to use the entire stage.

a few of our pillows

These are our mini Christmas stockings upcycled from vintage Damask fabric.

Debra painted this writing desk and changed out the knobs.  I love the way it turned out.  It was purchased on Sunday and we were happy not to have-to bring it back to PA with us.

Cookies and coffee (I think he needs the caffeine) waiting for Santa on a vintage milk glass luncheon plate.

Book bundles – great for piling in a basket or using as pedestals.

Debra’s husband made these beautiful birch bark candle holders, available in our etsy store.

A new way to use all your candle holders.  The tray is a vintage mirrored vanity tray that we spray painted off white.

Reusable chalkboard gift tags (or tree ornaments)

Debra and I were able to each get away a little on Sunday to explore Hope.

This is one of our favorite stores.  It’s a must see every year.

All for now.  Hope you’re able to pause now and then during this busy season to enjoy this special time of year.



  1. I want to come….we will see. Aunt Joan’s party and Sean and Claire’s birthday always make it so busy. So great to see you though. xo.-Lisa

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