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Great Smoky Thanksgiving Arts & Crafts Show

Great Smoky Thanksgiving Arts & Crafts Show

November 22 - 27

at Gatlinburg Convention Center

Get a head start on your holiday shopping and enjoy dozens of booths featuring unique handcrafted gifts made by members of the Great Smoky Mountains Arts & Crafts Community. This annual event runs weekdays from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm and Saturday & Sunday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Participating Artisans 2022:

  • Bilge Almaroad: Leather bracelets, leather and beaded necklaces, rings, needlework, crochet, earrings
  • Ronnie and Connie Bohanon: Handmade candies and honey
  • Jim and Jan Barnes: Leather bracelets, necklaces, earrings and resin jewelry
  • Rachel Barnes: Knitted and crocheted hats, scarves, stuffed animals
  • Bob and Teresa Bishop: Scroll Saw Creations – bowls, baskets, Christmas ornaments
  • Joyce and John Branch: Signs and glass art
  • B.J. Byerly: Log reindeers and other animals, mini cornhole sets, succulents
  • Rachell Coe: Jewelry
  • Joe Compton: Wooden peppermills, Christmas ornaments, snowmen, santas, wooden cooking utensils
  • Stephanie Costantini: Leather Goods – key fobs, purses, wallets, Ipad cases, Christmas ornaments
  • Sam Criswell: Coin Banks – old post office boxes
  • Danny Davis: Prints from Paintings
  • Mark Edelman: Dulcimer music
  • John Fancher: Vintage objects in shadow boxes
  • Linda Feagans: Woodburning, stamped jewelry
  • Elizabeth Fontenot: Book designs (prints, shirts, etc) bookmarks
  • Randy and Terry Fritchman: Turned pens, pencils and sets, bowls, kaleidoscopes, gromes, Shaving sets, photography
  • Aaron Gallagher: Wooden earrings, magnetic bottle openers, keyrings, necklaces, cutting boards
  • Grail Hall: Prints from oil paintings, ornaments, puzzles, and plaques
  • Cindy Heinemann: Bar and liquid soaps, lip balms, herbal products, bath and body products
  • Rae Hancock: Rock Candles
  • Marlene Jenkins: Quilted items, wreaths, tobacco stick sleds, birdhouses, beehouses, ornaments
  • Lee and Glenda Manis: Handmade wooden baskets
  • Joe Meachum: Handcrafted buffalo hide leather holsters, bags, belts and bracelets
  • Mark Moore: Carved bears, wolves, owls and relief carved mantles
  • Amy Nelson: Goatmilk Soaps, lotions and bath products
  • Dominique Oakley: License plate artwork
  • Amy Overbeck: Candles
  • Jason Payne: Homemade spices and spice blends made from peppers grown locally
  • A, Jann Peitso: Original Watercolors – Framed and Matted, Original Ornaments with Scenes of the Mountains
  • Shannon Plastow: Quilts and quilt items
  • Flo and Liz Puhala: Jewelry made with gemstones, Czech glass, pearls and crystals
  • Teddy and Robin Reaves: Fabric santas, snowmen, gingerbread, mice, ornaments and country dolls
  • Betty Rodefer: American Girl doll clothes and other handsewn items
  • Pam and Amy Scott: Hand painted river rocks
  • Tim Simek: Dulcimer music
  • Johnna Smith: Wire wrapped pendants, earrings and bracelets
  • Carol and Jim Strohl: Wooden ornaments, wooden barn quilts, ribbon angels, painted glass Ornaments, quilts
  • David Thompson: Rusty metal cutouts
  • Trina Tucker: Chainsaw carvings – bears and animals
  • Steve Vervynckt: Photography
  • Randy Whaley, Tina Brantrer: Woodcarvings, turned wooden vase, carved flowers, ornaments and candles
  • Scotty and Carla Wilson: Picture ladder frames, tobacco stick trees and ornaments

Venue Details

Gatlinburg Convention Center

234 Historic Nature Trail

Gatlinburg, TN

Event Website

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