On the tenth day of Christmas…

Listen up….our next vendor, Terry Eldridge, former owner of Budget ReDesign, has been a lifelong DIY’er, doing everything from small holiday crafts to completely gutting homes and rehabbing them from the ground up.  “My passion is taking anything, a piece of furniture, an old house, a piece of fabric or a struggling business and breathing new life into it and making it beautiful and viable again.”

In Terry’s booth you will find an eclectic mix of painted and unpainted furniture and accessories as well as some of her mixed media pieces. Being a color specialist allows her to have some very unique things as well.

With a B.S. degree in Business and a love of the Arts, she teaches advanced workshops in a variety of mediums including glass, plaster, papers, leafing and foils.

Terry will take on the occasional custom job when she isn’t in Florida scouting out a venue for a new business and art related venture in the fall.

You can find Terry at the end of the aisle, so save room in the car as she might have exactly what you’re looking for!  Stop by and visit her on December 20th from 9am until 5pm.

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The Girls at Seaglass Salvage Market

miracle     its a wonderful life

(courtesy of “Miracle on 34th Street” and “It’s a Wonderful Life”)

Published by seaglasssalvagemarket

My name is Kelli, I live in Leland, NC and I own Seaglass Salvage Market, a once a month indoor/outdoor Meet the Maker Market. On the third weekend of each month you will find artists, artisans and entrepreneurs selling handmade, homemade, resale and retail items out of our two warehouses. We also have food trucks each day of Market, as well as outdoor vendors and outdoor seating (weather permitting). We are open, rain or shine, the **3rd Weekend** of every month! Friday, Saturday and Sun 9:00-3:00 and can be found at 1987 Andrew Jackson Hwy in Leland, NC. Once a month, every month, all year round!

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