Holiday Shopping Bazaar Volunteers

Holiday Shopping Bazaar Volunteers

Whittier’s annual Holiday Shopping Bazaar brings together some of our best local artisans offering jewelry, winter accessories, handmade children’s clothing, hair accessories, gourmet foods, original artwork, handmade candles, home decor, cosmetics, and much more.

A portion of all sales fund academic enrichment and community building activities provided by Whittier School PTA—support our school while purchasing unique gifts for friends and family, and support local businesses, too!

THANK YOU to everyone who made last year’s event possible: our equally-enthusiastic volunteers and shoppers!

2013 Shops

Adorn 512 from Dana Mitchell: jewelry and accessories
designbcb from Beverly Bochenek: handmade statement knitwear
Stella and Dot from Erin Welter: jewelry
Radiant Bows from Shanu Sinha: hair accessories
Thirty-One from Whittier parent Shelly Beavers: totes, purses, and organizational items
Brapples by Donna Wilson; accessories for women
Jewlery by Judy; handmade jewelry
Bijou by Gina; jewelry

Skin Care and Beauty
Mary Kay offered by Melanie Lane

Home Accents
Soy Enjoyable Candles from Whittier parent Linda McConaughy: handmade soy candles
Watercolors and Acrylics by Marion from Whittier grandparent Marion Boyer
Downers Grove Historical Society selling Downers Grove Christmas ornaments
Tess by Theresa Johnson; home accessories and boys holiday bow ties

Jenny Bea’s Boutique: embroidered Ts and onesies
Stiches by Anne Luering embroidered bibs
Short and Sassy by Gayle Skeens; bookmarks and accessories for kids
Felt With Luv; accessories for babies
LuMi Designs; accessories for kids
Doll clothes by Marlene; Bitty baby and American girl doll clothes

Usborne Books from Whittier parent Heather Graham

Norwex Products offered by Whittier parent Carla Williams

Toluka Paper from Tonya Kauffman: personalized stationery, invitations, and accessories

Do you know an artisan we should include for the 2014 Holiday Shopping Bazaar? Are you interested in helping coordinate the event? Please contact Amy Toth, amybrewe@hotmail.com, or Paula Schultz, jp_schultz@sbcglobal.net.