2022 Home Improvement and Outdoor living show

Specialty Marketplace

Long Leaf Pine Baskets & Glass Garden Charms

Long Leaf Pine Baskets & Glass Garden Charms offers a verity of handmade pine needle baskets, cheerful glass garden charms and more! Stop by the booth and find a truly unique treasure!
Booth 720

Empress Bake Shop

After baking for friends and family for many years I decided to turn my baking into a business. Empress Bake Shop was born. It is named after my great uncle’s cake shop. This is our 6th year attending the local farmers markets with French macarons and other treats. Nowadays the baking is done on our farm where we have pastured chicken, forest raised pork, flowers, pumpkins, and other produce.
Booth 721

Mother Fletcher's Moonshine Jelly

Mother Fletcher's Moonshine Jelly is taking the country by storm. Enjoy great flavors like Apple Pie Moonshine and Peach Pie Moonshine. Mother Fletcher's Moonshine Jelly is made in the Carolinas with just a dab of decadence. Getcha Some!
Booth 722

Bella Vista Essentials

Our business is run by a husband-and-wife team. Sara has a background and passion for holistic living. Anthony was a fine dining chef for over 20 years. Our products promote healthy living with clean and natural ingredients with loads of flavor. We source our spices from organic houses around the world. We hand grind and bottle our custom blends fresh in our shop. Our olive oils and balsamic vinegars are flavor infused with real ingredients.
Booth 817

Lucid Coast

Lucid Coast is a small aromatherapy brand founded in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. We handcraft soap, bath goods and natural soy candles inspired by the sand and sea. Each and every one of our scents is inspired by a unique place that's close to our hearts. From the smell of fresh salt water and ocean air on the Carolina Coastline to a morning walk in downtown Charleston accompanied by fresh honeysuckle, white tea and jasmine.
Booth 818

Rooted Beauty Pottery

Rebecca Wengel, owner of Rooted Beauty Pottery brings creative jewelry and pottery which is finished by painting it with acrylic and watercolor after firing. After transitioning from full time art teacher Rebecca also offers classes for all ages and skill levels in the community. I’ve taken my two dream jobs and combined them into one and I am grateful to be able to bring this skill to others. Stop by her booth and see Rebecca’s truly unique style of handmade items, don’t forget to ask about taking a class!
Booth 819