Meet our wonderful collaboration of unique vendors. The Marketplace offers local artists and makers from the region a place to share their creations and knowledge with the public. Enjoy getting to know them here.
My handmade chocolate truffles are created with all natural, preservative-free ingredients and love. I use only the finest ingredients, including organic butter, organic heavy cream, and 65% cocoa mass chocolate from Cordillera, which is a fare-trade chocolate, grown with organic practices. I make all my own fruit purees using organic fruit. The base of my ganache is either organic cream or organic coconut cream. All the syrups, extracts and nuts I use are organic. We do not use corn syrup, hydrogenated oils, GMOs or refined sugar. Really I just try and use the highest quality ingredients I can find.
Block Party Craft
Here's your sign! Candy, from Port Orchard, designs and makes these wooden signs - fun, informative and so so cute!
If she doesn't have your sign, she will make it for you!
Author and Publisher
Carol will be hosting the LIVE revival of Camp Write-Away for Creative kids ages 7 - 12 at the Peninsula Market place on Saturdays from 1 - 2 pm October 24 to November 28. $15.00 covers one writing session, all materials, and a FREE copy of Carol's signature novel -- Left-over Louie. Sign up soon as spots are limited. Masks and social distancing are required. Contact Carol to reserve your spot - or call 253-858-8819
Painted Sweatshirts, Fleece Blankets, Pillows & T-Shirts
Each shirt is done by hand, front and back design. Holidays and everyday designs. Easy wash - turn inside out, wash in warm water, mild detergent, then line dry. Blankets are double sided - wash up well. Cary has 20 years experience - Stop by the Market on Saturday and see this artists beautiful work.
My name is Beth Neff, the concrete lady, some know me as The Mossy Maven. I have evolved and am now Cultivated Concrete. I am working hard preparing new and unique garden statues, welded creations and searching for unique and affordable garden junk.
I Cultivate Concrete into fun and whimsical statuary. I create fun one of a kind garden accents using repurposed wood. I even weld funky garden trellises from old tools. I am always finding fun garden oddities and my prices are the best around.
Fox Island Designs
Fox Island Designs is a husband and wife team making custom one-of-kind jewelry and hand-turned, inlaid kitchen-grade bottle stoppers.
The jewelry is made from silver, gold, niobium or copper with semi-precious stones and quality beads. The wood for the bottle stoppers and the stones and focal pieces are collected from our travels around the world, creating unique, quality pieces of art to use and wear.
Full Moon Rising Body Care
Full Moon Rising Body Care is an all natural body care company striving to make topical body care products that help in the relief of everyday aches and pains by using Arnica Montana and Hemp CBD Hemp Oil as well as assorted high quality essential oils.
Wildlife Artist, Mary Jane Harman says, “The beauty nature holds is magical and trying to capture it on canvas, paper, glass, wood and rocks is most exciting and humbling. My goal is not only to obtain the best likeness of the subject possible but to portray the personality and character.”
K A Photography
by Kim Arnold
Kim M Arnold, Pacific Northwest native, loves nature and capturing it's beauty on camera. She takes her favorite photos and shares them on note cards, cups, mouse pads, shirts, framed photos and more. Many other gifts as well and she also is a Mary Kay beauty Consultant. Kim lives on the Peninsula Marketplace property as Host and Manager.
Keep it Simple Woodworking
Mr. Satterthwaite has been a Master Carpenter for 50 years. He and his lovely wife bring their beautiful artistry to our Market in the form of garden gates, tables, charcuterie boards, serving/cutting boards, candle holders and so much more.
Tallydoodle, Handmade Stuffed Toys and Dolls. Soft, cuddly, and made in Gig Harbor. Elizabeth Purvis says, "My mother taught me to sew when I was six or seven years old. I started designing patterns on paper grocery bags and cut the pieces from scraps of fabric and old tablecloths. That childhood pastime has become a life-long passion."