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Over 100 vendors featured at Spring Craft and Antique Show

Mar 5th, 2015 | Category: Crafts

Handcrafted wares from home décor to garden art, repurposed and vintage treasures, gourmet treats, and much more will be featured March 19-21, during the 29th annual Spring Craft & Antique Show in Lynden, one of the largest show of its kind in northwest Washington.

Metal garden flowers by Andy Hill Freeborn Metal Art, of Stanwood. He uses items such as this old wash machine (below) to create the garden flowers.

Metal garden flowers by Andy Hill Freeborn Metal Art, of Stanwood. He uses items such as this 1965 Maytag dryer (below) to create the garden flowers.

More than 100 vendors from the region will be at the Spring Craft & Antique Show, which draws approximately 4,000 people in recent years. The show will be presented from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, March 19 and Friday, March 20 and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, March 21 at the Northwest Washington Fair & Event Center, 1775 Front St. in Lynden.

Admission is $6 for adults, $5 for (seniors 60 and older), free for children 12 and under. Free parking and return privileges are all available all weekend.

“Our goal is to gather the most talented, creative vendors in the Northwest,” said Judy Meixner, a co-organizer of the Show with Trudy Ferguson. “Also shoppers love meeting the people who actually make the handcrafts and inspire them to refresh their own homes and gardens.”freeborn metal art web

One of the vendors at this spring’s show is Melissa Van Datta, who owns Rustic Cottage Home and Garden Décor in downtown Lynden. “I love to combine new and old objects to create uniquely aged items for decorating inside and outside the home,” Van Datta said.

For more information about the show and its vendors, visit www.LyndenCraftAntiqueShow.com or the Show’s Facebook page.

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