26th - 27th 


Florals & Home Decor


Tammie Hulse has been working with wood for the past 20 years and has offered her items to a very happy Mountain Makins crowd for the past 4 years.  Tammie has been a life-time crafter since childhood and now enjoys it as a full-time career.  Winning notice and awards at a variety of festivals, Mountain Makins is happy to have her back this year. 


Helen Lambert has been bringing her lovely florals to Mountain Makins for the last 14 years.  With wreaths, floral arrangements, and hand-poured candles in hand-painted jars, Helen is a busy lady at the festival.  

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This will Be Rebecca's 2nd year at Mountain Makins, and we are very happy to welcome her back to the Festival this year.    Rebecca's work comes together with hand bent wire welded forms stuffed with green moss she gathers from mountains. She finishes her topiary off with a variety of succulents and sedums.  

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The Clip Clop Candle Shop has been producing high quality, hand-poured candles for over three years. This mother-daughter team loves the work, and loves sharing that work with all the visitors at Mountain Makins. Using a variety of materials, guests can choose from paraffin or soy wax and a variety of essential oils.  

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We are very happy to report that Barbara Badenhope is returning to Mountain Makins for 2019, and we are so glad.  Her beautiful and whimsical work is so much fun.  


Patsy Goolsby is a first-time maker at Mountain Makins this year.  She comes to us from Milner, GA with her unique work. 

Patsy makes Himalayan salt lamps made from natural dead fall and containers, Native American Art such as Turtle rattles, Feather fans and stone knives, Himalayan cooking salt and slabs

Be sure to stop by her booth and give her a big Mountain Makins welcome.