By: Sue Stees | Category: Gifts & Decor | Issue: November 2019
Enjoy an abundance of unique handcrafted gifts, decorations, and delicious food products at the 2019 Carols & Crumpets.
Are you searching for the beauty, magic, and cheer of the holiday season? Enjoy an abundance of unique handcrafted gifts, decorations, and delicious food products at the 2019 Carols & Crumpets, the Tulsa Herb Society’s annual craft fair. It will be held Saturday, Dec. 7, 2019, from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Tulsa Garden Center, 2435 South Peoria Ave. Admission is free.
Tulsa Herb Society members have been preparing a variety of artistically handcrafted items including Christmas ornaments, garlands and banners, pet toys and treats, wreaths, iris folding cards, dryer balls and scrubbies, and many other gift items perfect for teachers and neighbors and the hard-to-buy-for friend. One special booth will offer fresh greenery for home decorating. A large red felt “Merry Christmas” banner will be raffled at the close of the show.
Some of the herb society’s most popular items are the 10 flavors of herbal vinegar and 11 selections of herbal jams and jellies, such as Blueberry Lavender Jam, Strawberry Basil Jam and Hot Apricot Jalapeno Jam. To satisfy a sweet tooth, THS members have made White Chocolate and Strawberry Herbal Bark candy, and the popular Hot Chocolate on a Stick. There will be hot spiced cider and cookies for the shoppers.
Over 20 other artisan vendors will offer mosaic garden items, hypertufa pots, live wreaths and poinsettias, handmade soaps, bath salts, hand-knit clothing, stoneware pottery, spice blends, wood items from nature, fabric art, honey, vintage merchandise and much more.
A portion of the proceeds benefits the Tulsa Garden Center and the Linnaeus Teaching Garden.
The Snowflake Café will be open from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. No reservations are needed for lunch.
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