Vendor Picks: 5 Crafters We Loved from Coppell Holiday House ’19

May 14, 2022 |
Collage of the five arts & crafts vendors highlighted. Gnomes, crocheted hats, signs, soap, and reclaimed journals can be seen.

Walking through the halls of the Coppell Holiday House, one thing was quite clear: the holiday season is in full blast.  Our whole family had a wonderful time browsing row after row of talented, local arts & crafts vendors. The kiddos left the event feeling sufficiently festive, even to the point of feeling disappointed when we came home to find the house as un-decorated as it was when we had left.  Oops. Guess what else I will be doing this weekend?

The Coppell Holiday House at Coppell High School is always packed full of arts & crafts vendors ready to help you with all your holiday shopping. This one day event features over 100 small businesses spread throughout the school. It was no easy task to pick just a few to share with you guys.  But then again… is it ever? (The answer is: no, no it is not.)

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Reclaimed Books by Letter Lounge, photography by DFW Craft Shows

Letter Lounge

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If you love books AND are familiar with the alphabet, you are sure to love the vast selection of reclaimed books by Letter Lounge.  Seriously though, keep this clever gift idea in your back pocket when it’s time to start hunting for personalized stocking stuffers and secret santa / gift exchange ideas.

Crocheted Hats by Neu Things, photography by DFW Craft Shows

Neu Thing

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Unicorns, dogs, and hippos–oh my! There was no shortage of adorable crocheted beanies at Neu Thing’s booth.  It was the hippo that stopped me in my tracks (as hippos are want to do), and I found myself captivated by the bright colors and workmanship of each hat I could reach.



Two signs with wooden borders are propped against a table with more signs. They read "Merry Christmas" and "Alexa, fold the laundry"
Custom Signs by Dashing Home Co., photography by DFW Craft Shows

Dashing Home Co.

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There is something clean, refreshing, and invigorating about Dashing Home Co.’s signs, but not nearly as clean, refreshing, and invigorating as my house would be if Alexa started pitching in. Just sayin’. Tick tock, Alexa.

An assortment of soaps in shiny silver buckets and across a shelf with twine and kraft paper labels. The soaps are marbled and in various shapes and sizes
Goat Milk Soaps by Morning Blooms, LLC, photography by DFW Craft Shows

Morning Blooms, LLC

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If you were to shop the show by scent alone, your nose would have led you straight to Morning Blooms!  All of these gorgeous soaps are made with goat milk from Julie’s very own local goat farm. Their calming colors and subtle scents are simply dreamy.



Plush gnomes with red and gray hats. Only their beards and noses can be seen peeking from beneath their hats
Gnomes by Anita Grindborg, photography by DFW Craft Shows

Anita Grindborg

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Never be gnome alone for the holidays again, thanks to adorable creations by Anita Grindborg! From tiny to titanic, Anita has a full array of creative little gnomes in a variety of festive colors that are sure to match any holiday decor.

Collage of the five arts & crafts vendors highlighted. Gnomes, crocheted hats, signs, soap, and reclaimed journals can be seen. Title text reads "Vendor Highlights Coppell Holiday House 2019"

Arts & Crafts Vendors Galore

It always saddens me that I can only cover a small percentage of the many creative vendors that fill these local events. There are simply so many unique artisans and crafters in North Texas. Even after attending craft shows for over a decade, I have yet to walk away from a show feeling like I have seen it all. The Coppell Holiday House was no exception.



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Originally posted on November 15, 2019.

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