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Holiday Marketplace Exhibitor Profiles: Laura Walker & Bella Vita Jewelry



Preview Soirée benefitting LovePacks Friday, December 2, 2016   6 p.m. – 8 p.m. Exclusive, ticketed pre-shopping event featuring a party with a silent auction and drinks.

Marketplace Hours Saturday, December 3, 2016   8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Profits of Hottytoddy.com benefit the University of Mississippi’s Meek School of Journalism and New Media. This is a premium holiday marketplace/show being promoted regionally and nationally to our audience of 1.9 million unique readers over this past year!

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Laura Walker, Hernando, MS
“Ford and Laura Walker have been in the Hernando and Oxford, MS areas creating custom furniture and crafts since 2013. We love helping people design that perfect piece to complete their home. Thank you for shopping local.” – Laura Walker 
Ford and Laura Walker Art
Ford and Laura Walker Art
Ford and Laura Walker Art
Ford and Laura Walker Art
Ford and Laura Walker Art
Ford and Laura Walker Art
Bella Vita Jewelry, Brandy McNair, Little Rock, AR
Brandy Thomason McNair launched Bella Vita Jewelry in 2008 at local art fairs, retail craft shows, and online at bellavitajewelry.net. Seven years in, Bella Vita Jewelry can be found at 100+ brick-and-mortar stores across the U.S. and in her new retail shop in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Brandy lives and works in downtown Little Rock. All of her jewelry is made by hand in the Bella Vita Studio, which is housed in a beautifully restored century-old building. Bella Vita Jewelry is known for being made in small batches, and one of a kind runs of personalized & hand stamped charms, natural stones, hand cast bronze and sterling pendants, and vintage baubles.

When she isn’t tending to her growing small business, Brandy enjoys spending time in the great outdoors with her husband, perusing local flea markets, drinks and dinners out with friends, and cuddling with her 13-year-old lab mix, Arlo.

“Bella Vita Jewelry is about an appreciation for style and craft. It lets me work with my hands, curate and blend objects and elements, and create a way for people to express their natural style,” said Brandy McNair.


Check her work out here: https://www.bellavitajewelry.net/ or on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/bellavitajewelry/

Bella Vita Jewelry
Bella Vita Jewelry
Bella Vita Jewelry
Bella Vita Jewelry

Emily Defenbaugh is an Intern of HottyToddy.com. She can be reached at eadefenb@go.olemiss.edu.

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