Spring is here and it’s time to get excited for Sugarloaf Craft Festivals this April! Explore thousands of handmade goods by artists and fine craftspeople at our selective and curated events. The Sugarloaf Craft Festival spring tour is in full swing, only two chances left to shop unique goods this season.
Plan your trip to Gaithersburg, MD April 21 -23 or Timonium, MD April 28 – 30. Buy your tickets online and save. Our ticketing system is safe, secure and offers discounts for single and multiple orders. Any questions, call us at 1-800-210-9900. Enjoy the best and freshest art and crafts experience!
Stopping to admire the flowers is easy to do with a bouquet of wooden blooms from DM Wooden Flowers and Vases. Since 1998, Dee and Michael Miller of Saline, Mich., have been crafting stunning creations that reflect the natural vibrancy and joy of “real” floral arrangements.
The timber-y tulips (and more) are fashioned out of soft carving wood called basswood. Each petal and stem is carefully shaped, then painted with up to 10 acrylic colors to capture perfectly each flower’s natural beauty. The wood blossoms are then finished with a white wax, guaranteeing they last longer than their ephemeral inspirations.
A mug for when you can’t resist the morning call of Cthulhu! Claymonster Pottery’s Cthlulu Njord captures the adorable fierceness of Lovecraft’s water being in a coffee cup.
Find monster teapots, mugs and more by Cathy and Michael Holt, ceramics instructors at the Columbia Arts Center and Towson University, respectively.
Meryls McGraw, of The Meryls Collection LLC, has been a Sugarloaf artist for years. The Roswell, Ga. jewelry-maker creates stunning earrings that give you the look of multiple, delicate piercings without the commitment.
Each ear pin features fine metals like silver and yellow gold, natural stones, crystals or pearls.
What people are saying about Sugarloaf
“This was my second year to this event. There are so many creative people and ideas. Would highly recommend for crafters.” - Maria W
Since 1977, fiber artist Barbara Bass has been creating beautiful, unique textiles that reflect the joy and passion she feels for her work.