Squeezes of the Week Part VI.

Summer on Sampson was a rainy-day blast.

We are thrilled with the turn out we received Saturday on Sampson Street! We had so many great vendors with great attitudes, and great shoppers who were great support. We will be back next week with a full re-cap of the weekend, but for now, we want to share the final vendors who spent the day with us!

Cuppa Geek Teas

The place to find premium loose-leaf teas to enjoy all year round!

Styled Home by TNT

A husband and wife duo who flip houses! They also redo furniture pieces and make other home décor in their spare time.

Mimi’s Bows Boutique

Handmade hair bows and accessories for infant and adult ages!

Chique Unique Boutique

The owner, Brandy, is a personal stylist of a women’s clothing line, hand-picked just for you. She travels in a mobile camper!

317 Designs

A husband and wife team that has been in business for three years, they offer high-quality screen-printed apparel. they have a passion for printing and love offering their faith based apparel to the public. Their name “317 Designs” comes from the first house they lived in, as well as Ephesians 3:17.

Lil & E

Marisa, the owner, enjoys making custom watercolors for clients! She paints nursery art, décor, portraits, pet portraits, gifts, greeting cards, and much more.

Shop Hello Dolly

Hello Dolly is an online travel boutique created by a stay-at-home mom who turned her dream into reality. She has a love for fashion and people, and she carries clothes that are trendy but affordable. You can shop online as well!

Maggie Off’s Printed Pottery

A local artist who prints on pottery, Maggie is so talented and her creations are amazing.

Iris Ann Boutique

A Women’s clothing boutique that offers affordable, stylish, and comfortable finds. Her name comes from the owner’s sweet Grandma who played an important role in her life, and who taught her so much!

Again, a huge thank you to all of these awesome businesses who braved the weather forecast to spend the day with us! The skies cleared at noon, and it turned out to be well worth it.

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