Due to new Artisans
being accepted continually, this is a partial list that
is updated regularly. Artists are listed in alphabetical
Candles – “The Garden Party” Natural soy
candles in a variety of scents that are hand poured by disabled
Ally Adams –
Cardinal Lady – decorative cardinal accessories and
imaginatively decorated holiday boxes.
- “Atterberry Stained Glass” Exquisite original
designs in stained glass.
Peggy Beckman –
“Buttons & Nails” primitive dolls, Santa,
snowmen and mice and deer.
Betty Boetcher –
“Just for Fun” Painted cypress and gourd Santa.
Monty and Tom Bolfert
– “Fine Equine Art” Equine and botanical
jewelry and art.
Frank Breneisen -
“Frog Hollow Pottery” Ceramics/Pottery - artistic
Holly & Rick Bromeland
– Assorted woodcrafts including lathe pine trees,
wood framed bulletin boards and tree advent calendars
Dawn Buss, Cream City
Creations - Chunky leather and metal bracelets and necklaces.
Janice Canny –
Beaded Christmas spider ornaments.
Country Side Trees
of Walworth – Dog chews in assorted sizes from elk
and deer antlers, yum! Trees and greens available on their
farm in Walworth.
Toni Davis –
Adult and children’s crochet hats plus recycled, repurposed
chalk painted furniture.
George Dugan –
“Would Works” fine crafted wood bowls, pepper
& salt mills, plus an assortment of kitchen utensils
Patti Eder –
“Country Strokes” Assorted hand painted holiday
items large and small
Judy Eudaly - “Painted
Pots and Whatnots” Decorative painting on old objects
with sayings, paper clay, and LOTS of GLITTER!
Diane Feeney - “Diane’s
Felted Fashions” Unique wearable art in felted fashions.
Gerri Fleming –
Beeswax candles & fresh local honey.
- Painted gourd ornaments, snowmen, Santa, Angels, etc.
Mark Galla –
Nostalgic, handmade wood toys and an assortment of decorative
wood embellishments for the home.
Grommes Franzen - Local well known watercolor artist whose
art includes local landmarks.
Su Ash Gustafson -
“The Flute Lady” Seasonal CD's that will be
our highlighted music this season.
Pat Hale –
“Headbanders” adorable headbands in holiday
or everyday designs.
Maria Halpin - Gourmet
sweet treats plus blended teas and accoutrements.
Sarah Harvey - Vintage
water ski wine racks
Gerri Holm - Stamped
gift items, plus magnetic beer openers.
Mary Ann Hughes –
“A Brush of Country” Penny rug stitching and
other hand stitched items.
Nancy Jacobson –
“Sticks, Stones and Steel” Hand painted folk
art in a variety of items.
Thomas Johnson - Cork
ornaments, Coat and Wine racks with railroad spikes.
Cheryl Kitzman –
Mosaic cement turtles and frogs, each with a name and special
Jeff Klean –
“Lu Austin Preserves” Jams, preserves, marmalades,
chutneys and bread mixes made in small batches like grandma
used to do.
Pat Larsen - Hand
woven scarves, throws & baby blankets beautifully worked
(not knitted or crochet).
Sandra Laurie –
Team coasters and crochet necklaces embellished with stones
- "Presents by Paula", soft sculpture Holiday
Abigail Lippmann -
"Serenity Soap Works"' goats milk soaps in lovely
scents and unique shapes plus laundry items, lotions and
Len Mattson –
“LMArt” Hand crafted crèche and accessories
sure to become a family heirloom.
Sue Muehl –
“Buttons & Bows” Signature collection of
children’s clothing and accessories , plus ribbon
Julie & Josh Michals
– Small hand crafted furniture plus cheery painted
Colin Murray &
Michael Anderson - “Different By Design Today”
Ornaments, framed art using repurposed materials, Christmas
pins and more.
Trina Niemiec –
Hand crafted and painted ornaments.
- "Glass Blooms", glass dishes recycled into painted
Paula Ofenloch –
Handcrafted pillows with inspirational sayings, pillow ornaments
and door hangars, dog pulls and painted silverware ornaments.
Amy Reuter –
“Woodchick Designs” Hand painted and wood burned
plates, bowls, trays, mixed media canvases and signs. Personalization
is our Specialty.
Karen Ritzman - “Karen’s
Creative Paintings” Cheery and whimsical hand painted
bottles with twinkle lights inside also painted collectibles.
Paige Sawar –
“Signs by Sawar” A handpicked selection of signs
with sayings ranging from inspirational to others that will
make you chuckle.
Deb Schmidt - "In
the Rough", handbags made from recycled materials.
Barbara Schnabl -
“Windows to the Garden” wearable pressed flower
jewelry and framed inspirational prints.
Maggie Schott –
“Made by Maggie” Holiday wine bags, runners,
plus very popular children’s sweaters.
Sue Schroeder - “Suzie’s”
Exquisite in house designed and crafted sterling silver
Cynthia & Don
Schultz - Rustic Art", welded metal sculpture and wall
Jean Schultz –
“Paintings by Jean” Original paintings on glass,
canvas and found objects.
Lynn Serpe - “Maberga
Designs” Elkhorn native transplanted to Venice, Italy.
Lynn imports her jewelry made from Murano glass, Swarovski
crystal and sterling, exclusively to The Christmas
Jodi Swatek –
Appliqued dish towels and lighted snowmen arrangements in
Deb Williamson –
Sweet handmade aprons (Mommy & Me also), totes, doll
outfits and toddler activity books and initialed capes.
Deb Wittenberger -
"Deb's Creations", children's themed aprons with
appropriate tools and utensils in pockets.
We have been busy
crafting our “one of a kind” holiday arrangements.
We also have started to offer small collectibles and antiques
in the past few years. This year we have eight new artisans,
hopefully our customers can find something for everyone
on their Christmas list! Every weekend we will have samplings
of our signature dips, Lu Austin’s jams, preserves
or delicious and easy breads, plus flavored coffee or blended
teas. The Christmas Barn also carries some thoughtfully
chosen retail lines to further expand our wide selection
of tempting gifts to choose from.