Terri Shomo of Sea Sister Art creates vibrantly colored pour painted canvas art.  A variety of techniques are used to blend and mix paint together to create unique designs and art.

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Latrobe resident Jessica Fluhr brings whimsy and live plants to her space.  Botanical themed merchandise, succlents, aloe plants, flower pots, and much more

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Derry Resident Amy Farkas and her mom Gina teamed up to bring a unique vibe to their space.  Funky collectible vintage comic books, trading cards, purses, jewelry beach and mermaid decor and more.  Gina crochets unusual dream catchers in a variety of sizes and colors


Local Latrobe resident Cindy Cox makes unique and interesting beaded bracelets, earrings, necklaces, dreamcatchers and boot jewelry.  With a strong military family also uses USA flags, decor, guns and ammo along with any color and design of beads.


Meet Bobbi Fink of Bedeck, a Greensburg resident.    She has a multitude of talents including painting and floral design.  Find beautiful floral arrangements in interesting containers that have been repurposed or painted to enhance the beauty of the floral design.  Price points from $35 and up.  Great for your own personal decor, but make fabulous gifts or a welcomed gift for families that have lost a loved one and can have the arrangement as a keepsake.


Owner: Joann Japalucci

Derry native Joann Japalucci had creativity in her blood, as a former professional cake decorator she has always loved painting, drawing and crafting.  Her inspirational messages on canvas with mixed media help spread the word of positivity, joy, and hope.


Owner/Artist : Sarah Rebitch-Toellner

Watercolor art with a touch of  whimsy.

Find Sarah and her beautiful watercolor original artwork, note cards and greeting cards.  She has ScriptsofGraceArt on Etsy and her instagram account has videos and pictures of her work.


Successful local business finds great doors, windows and old materials to create new funiture, framed mirrors, art and more

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Janice Simms and her mom Linda create a variety of items from crocheted characters, gnome grocery store bag holders, bowl cozies, hair bows, jewelry, wreaths, macrame dream catchers, purses and more


Meet Jennifer Shields and Maureen White, two friends who decided to join forces and start crafting and selling together.  A little bit of everything is what they like but specialize in Memorial Lanterns, Memorial Pillows, Mugs and Rugs Sets, Glass hot plates, and more.


Owner: Cathy Blair

Cathy Blair this talented local hair stylist uses her creative eye and hands for making wreaths, floral arrangements and finding unique items to sell and place throughout the store.

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The current store owner, Laurie lives near the Arnold Palmer Regional Airport.  With a business management background, but found painting, sewing, crafting to be an enjoyable stress relief.  She has done everything from making her kid’s Halloween costumes, teaching craft and painting classes to planning and decorating for themed parties with all the trimmings, to painting and creating all types of holiday and every décor.

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Local artist Lori Burnside makes beautiful boho inspired jewelry incorporating beads, leather cording, metals, fringe, tassles and more.   Many sold in sets, but earrings, necklaces, bracelets can also be purchased individually and stacked together.  Most pieces are completely adjustable sliding clasps.

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Grapevine wreaths are the signature creation by AmyJo Frey Bednar.  beautiful flowers, signs and fantastic bows trim the wreaths for your doors or walls. Centerpieces for any holiday or season are another creation she makes

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Owner: Diane Torrero 

From quilting to pillows to table runners, pictures and more, Diane can sew any creation you can dream up!  Many creations are Latrobe flavored ideas including Mr Rogers and Trolley Pillows, Latrobe Windows with panes featuring St. Vincent, the Banana Split, Mr. Rogers, Arnold Palmer and other Latrobe attractions.


Elaine Wasson – She was given a painting class by her daughter as a gift nearly 20 years ago and has never stopped since. She loves to tole paint on just about any surface.  Could be an old coffee pot, piece of slate or wood slab, spoons, jars, you name it she’s probably painted on it.   You will also find her working at the register at Eclectique, this is Laurie’s mom!


Local artist Bob Taylor makes these unique bentwood rings from a wide variety of wood vaneers, mixed with metals and inlays.   Polished, waxed, sealed to shine and bring out the wood grain.  Special orders are welcome.  There are a wide variety of popular sizes from 6 to 10 in several dozen different designs.

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