The KC Holiday Boutique brings dozens of artisan booths with unique, quality gifts to the Overland Park Convention Center.
It’s hard to believe, but the holidays are right around the corner. Christmas trees and holiday decorations are already being erected in stores and we’re making our travel plans for the season.
But there’s nothing holly and jolly about being shoulder to shoulder at the mall a week before Christmas with a bunch of other last minute shoppers.
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The KC Holiday Boutique takes some of the stress out of holiday shopping. November 9 through 12, the Overland Park Convention Center hosts dozens of artisan booths for unique, quality gifts.
No last minute shopping. No overcrowded stores. No falling in love with something online, only to be disappointed when it shows up at your door. Just an enjoyable way to find the perfect gifts for your loved ones.
Here are the booths we’re most excited to visit:
Booth 1225, 1227
Funky phone cases, wacky watercolor prints and accessories to proudly display your KC pride are created by local artist Carly Rae Robinson. Her artwork has sold in stores around the U.S., as well as in local boutiques. Her prints make perfect gifts for college dorms or first apartments.
These handcrafted soaps are made with only the highest quality, natural ingredients to soothe and rejuvenate skin. Stock up for perfect stocking stuffers or to help fill out a hostess gift basket.
Lavender and Old Lace has been hand making garments and accessories from vintage linens for 15 years. You’ll find apparel for little girls and their American Girl dolls, lavender sachets and vintage pillowcases.
Project Lydia is dedicated to helping women in rural Uganda provide for their children by selling handmade paper beaded jewelry crafted from repurposed material. These unique pieces are fun to wear and support a cause we can all get on board with.
I am an aromatherapy advocate—filling my home with soothing smells is an instant mood boost. Not only do candles make the perfect hostess gift for holiday dinners and parties, but this handmade line 3D art poured into the wax is especially beautiful.
We basically want everything on Felicia Roth’s website and can’t wait to see what she will feature at the Holiday Boutique. Hand-painted jewelry is one of a kind, statement-making gift for the person with unique style—maybe this will just be a Merry Christmas to myself…
Dozens of artisan booths will take over the Overland Park Convention Center Nov. 9 through 12.
For more information on Kansas City’s Holiday Boutique please visit http://kcholidayboutique.com/