Applications are live for Holiday Heap
December 12th 2015!
Calling all crafters in the fields of ceramics,
screenprinting, 3-D art , 2-D art, fibers, jewelry, clothing,
mixed media, print making, knits, handbags,
housewares,etc… be sure to apply!
The show takes place at St. John’s Church-2640 St. Paul Street Baltimore, MD 21218!
Like last year, we will have an “early bird” shopping hour from 9am-10am. Tickets will be pre-sold for this, more info to come! The show will be open to the public from 10am-5pm.
That’s a wrap!!!
We can’t thank you all enough!
Thanks to those of you who braved the heat and came out to shop Pile of Craft this year! Without you, our event would be just a bunch of sweaty crafters staring at each other!!!
Thanks to all of our wonderful volunteers!
Thanks to all of our amazing sponsors!
Thanks to the Baltimore Jewelry Center for keeping us crafty!
Thanks to The Food Market for feeding us all!
Thanks to Hula Honeys for keeping us cool!
***Thanks for supporting this year’s Charity, Gather Baltimore! They raised a record amount of money from our generous shoppers AND more importantly gained many new volunteers to further their mission to feed our citizenry! We are so profoundly grateful for all of the support and love we saw on Saturday!***
We’re all taking a little break, to rest, but will be planning Holiday Heap soon. Check back for more details on applying for a vendor spot, dates, and sponsorship opportunities.
Soon we’ll also be posting pictures from Pile of Craft in case you missed it. And, our vendors will remain up on the PoC page so you can find that great item you just didn’t have time to buy at the show!
HUGS and MANY KISSES,
We know that many of you would like to help our community. Here is how you can. If you would prefer to donate directly to the center, please click this link http://
Each year we pick an organization to raise money for, and this year we are so excited to announce our intention to raise as much money as humanly possible for the wonderful volunteer based program , Gather Baltimore!
Gather Baltimore , created by OSI fellow Arthur Gray Morgan, collects unsold vegetables, fruit and bread from the Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar in downtown Baltimore and other sources for redistribution to local meal programs, faith communities, and others in need. The baked goods, fruit and seasonal produce collected would otherwise be thrown away as it will not stay fresh until the next market. Gather Baltimore insures that this food does not become waste but instead is made available to financially challenged families in communities where fresh healthy food is not readily accessible.
We hope you’ll take some time to check this great organization out on Facebook, see all the good work they do and hopefully find time to join in and volunteer yourself!