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We love to showcase the amazing artists Idaho has to offer, here are the great folks that we work with along with links to their products.

Elaine Burns

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Carolyn Henslee

Put a needle and thread in Carolyn’s hands and just about anything can happen from creating a wedding dress to upholstering a chair! However, her true love is quilting. Her sewing room is filled with scraps and ideas just waiting to become one more of Carolyn’s masterpieces. Creating unique items from vintage linens and doilies is another of her favorite pastimes. To make “something from nothing” gets those creative juices flowing, and she does it well.

Ross Henslee

I live in Glenn’s Ferry and moved here to retire.   I loves to refurbish items and tinker with lamps, wood stains and white washing item.  I like to work with barn wood and build rustic furniture pieces such as small cabinets and shelving.  Mostly I just like to tinker with things.

June Peterson

June Peterson grew up living a pioneer lifestyle in rural North Dakota. Spending her childhood on a farm without modern conveniences, she drew from first hand experienced to create many of the characters and places described in “Sometimes God Whispers”.
Having moved 35 times following her husband’s career, she understands being the new person in a community, finding friends, and often wondering if this is really what God had in mind for her.
She currently resides at her bed and breakfast, River Road’s, in King Hill, Idaho.

Vicki Smith

Let me introduce myself: Vicki Smith from King Hill, Idaho. I work with those tiny little beads with even tinier little holes doing all types of “off the loom” bead weaving. By using several different types of stitches such as peyote, brick, square, herringbone, ladder and right angle stitches I am able to create unique, one of a kind jewelry items. Earrings are my favorite pieces to make as they work up quickly, but I also create necklaces and bracelets. I’ve previously worked in several three dimensional mediums such as clay, fabric weaving, embroidery and doll making, but when I walked into a bead shop in Fairbanks, Alaska thirty years ago and saw all those beautiful, every color in the world, shanks of beads hanging on the wall I was love at first sight. I haven’t become bored with it yet! There’s always something new to try.

Heather Baker

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Connie Kimble

I am 81 years old.
I raised 4 children without benefit of a child support nor welfare. I worked 21 years as a waitress/car hop, 10 years farm labor; milked cows, moved chickens, 2 ½ years as a long-distance truck driver, 33 years on the kill floor of a beef packing house. I held down extra part-time jobs and sold hand made items since 1967. I didn’t retire form punching a clock until 2017 because of failing health. I now do farmers markets and craft shows to stay busy.

Denice Wurdinger

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Sue Santa

I have lived from the tundra to the tropics and everywhere in between. I now call small town Glenns Ferry, Idaho my home chosen for its unique lifestyle.

My simple knitted scarves and various sized floral arrangements are crafted with a focus on one-of-a-kind creations. Playing with color, texture, and shape intrigues me. Bringing some light and joy to others motivates me to share these pieces.

Katie Lanni

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Kathy Boothe

My artistic and crafting journey began early in my life.  My mother was an accomplished knitter, crocheter and seamstress.  My father made amazing things out of old junk and scrap lumber.  I spent every minute I could watching his skill and imagination morph into delightful creations.  He was also a talented landscape artist and loved cartooning.   As I grew older, I adapted many of his unique methods into my own style and incorporated those talents taught to me by my mother to crochet, sew, and decorate cakes.

My mother was an antique jewelry dealer.  I learned a great deal from her.  My preference though, is to create new costume jewelry pieces. Often I will incorporate vintage pieces into the new pieces and restore and upgrade damaged pieces.

Creating jewelry with polymer clay is a new venture for me, as is working with alcohol inks.  I hope to be showing some of those pieces soon.  I have always loved the beauty, colors and textures of nature and try to incorporate that love into various projects.

Thank you to those who have purchased my pieces and to Calico Cupboard for providing a venue.  All my sale monies go to Compassion Radio’s “Bibles for China” program.

Reilly Clark

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Jody Askew

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Carol Knudsen

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Cindy Gallagher

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Marsha Sellers

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Judy Austin

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Heidi Hersey

I love upcycling; I love to find a treasure and see what it tells me it wants to be. Thinking outside the box is a fun activity. As a bookkeeper for my day job, I enjoy puzzle solving, its how my mind works. I look forward to more treasure hunting and bringing more finished projects to the store front my God provided.

Kristina Thompson

I started Krylee’s Kreations because I have been crocheting since I was 18 years old. I started crocheting sweaters in college. I started crocheting hats when my son’s grandmother had cancer. The character hats came about when my then 6-year-old daughter fell in love with the different designs we found. From Mickey Mouse to Minions to Grinch’s and more, I love to create and watch them come alive.

Odessa Ketelsen

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Gary & Michelle C. Will

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Billie Anger

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Felicia Fanille`

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Jack Long

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Nathan Barth

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Kevin Clark

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Kurtis Workman

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Carol Gray

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Robert (Bob) Longacre

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Rex Hamilton

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Linda Littrell

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Merry Jo Hersey

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Shannon Gorringe

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