Tuesday, September 22, 2009


Do you have a teeshirt you've loved for years, and can't bear to give it up? Candice of Ethel Jayne Originals is ready to show you how to recycle it into a tote or bag-- and you can continue to love it!

The class will be held Thursday, 9/24/09, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. here at the Market at Serendip. Instruction fee is $35; bring a favorite old teeshirt or piece of clothing to upcycle, along with your sewing machine. Don't have a sewing machine? Let us know-- we'll try to arrange an extra one for you use.

Call The Market at Serendip to register, at 614-358-2784, or email us at marketatserendip@yahoo.com! You don't want to miss this!

Wednesday, September 16, 2009


Get ready to join the party! The Market at Serendip is hosting a Grand Opening celebration on Saturday, 9/19, and Sunday, 9/20, to celebrate our fabulous new location at 36 N. Liberty St. in Powell!
We'll be serving up delicious refreshments, and doing prize drawings every 2 hours! There'll be lots of free goodies, and special 2-day sales on many items.

On Saturday, Amy Gaspard will demonstrate her sparkling beaded bonsai trees on the front porch from 10-12.

Sunday will find Mary Kruse carving her artful gourds from noon till 2:00;
Jen Float will demonstrate her vibrant painting style on the front porch from noon to 2:00.
Laura Neal will offer a "make it and take it" beaded jewelry session at noon Sunday-- walk away with a bauble you make yourself!

Come celebrate with us-- when you see what's in store at the Market at Serendip, you'll see what we're all so excited about!

Photo credits: Amanda Julca, www.amandajulca.com

Saturday, September 5, 2009


Well, after a wild and wonderful two weeks, The Market at Serendip is pretty well settled into the new location at 36 N. Liberty Street in Powell. The shop looks great, and is filled with wonderful and unique items for your shopping pleasure. Here's a quick rundown, although you simply have to come see all this fantastic treasures for yourself:

*Jane Farlow's Funky Fragments mosaic mirrors and frames
*Elizabeth White's sparkling suncatchers and gemstone jewelry
*Artfully carved gourds by Live Lodge
*Vintage Vamp jewelry combining vintage pieces with contemporary accents
*Candle Lab's highly fragranced soy candles
*Ethel Jayne Originals upcycled bags and totes
*Enamel Jewelry by Natsuko
*Canine Closets' adorable dog wardrobes
*Whimsical original art by Jen Float
*Pottery and cement cast figures by Morris Clayworks
*Children's furniture handmade by Charlie Goff
*Celtic Naturals eco-conscious and great-smelling soaps
*Laura Neal's elegant buckeye jewelry
*Photographic art by Steve Brady
*Susie Lowder's mixed media paintings
*Beaded flowers and bonsai trees by Amy Gaspard
*Lots of Fun games by Dolly van Fossen
*Ann Houser's photographic art and notecards
*Baby quilts, soothing blankies, and appliqued onesies, by Bellababyblankies
*Silk florals by Arlene Cucculleli
*Tandi's Glass stained glass and lighted wine bottles
*Handcrafted leather purses and bags by Armando Javier
*The art of Amanda Julca
*Intricate metal cuff bracelets and jewelry by Claudia Carreon
*Dog Dazzle's artistic dog collars
*Original art by Cricket Such
*Upcycled fabric bags by Janelle St. Clair
*Dramatic gemstone jewelry by Conjiagua Jewelry

... as you can see, there's something for everyone! Stop in to see our eclectic collection of local artists' work!