Sister Bay, Wis. (April 30, 2021) – Tannenbaum Holiday Shop is excited to be extending their hours and will now be open 7 days a week. They would like to remind you that masks (covering your nose and mouth) are still required for anyone over the age of 5 years old in the store.
Tannenbaum has so many wonderful gifts that are perfect for mothers, grandmothers, and all the special women in your life. One of the favorite collections for gifting is Willow Tree. Susan Lordi hand carves the original and then replicas are made from the caste of the original carvings. Each piece is individually painted by hand. Rather than painting faces, expression is revealed through gestures, leaving these pieces to be open to interpretation and to represent the many memories or feelings that we all experience. Some of the female pieces are “Loving my Mother,” “Grandmother,” and “Home Figurine.”
They also have pieces for your sisters and girlfriends (and some for dad too). These figurines are painted in creams, ivory, tan, and brown tones that can go with any decor.
In the last year, the folks at Tannenbaum know many people have been staying close to home, but they are hopeful that things will change soon and that more travel will commence. With that in mind, a great gift for the woman in your life is their Travel Sets by Thymes. Each set includes a body lotion, body wash, and hand cream. They carry three different fragrances: Kimono Rose, Lavender, and Neroli Sol. Whether you are just heading to your cabin in Door County, taking a road trip, or just enjoying a little staycation, these travel sets will add a little luxury to your getaway. Why not remind mom that she is worth a little indulging?
Tannenbaum staff often spend time talking about their children’s books, but they are excited to talk about a new novel, Quilters of the Door. This novel tells the story of Claire Stewart, a new resident of the county, who joins a prestigious small quilting club when her best friend moves away. Claire is a watercolor quilt artist, and the beauty of Door County captivates her right away. Claire’s new friends and her quilt group provide fun, but it’s the man with the red scarf who intrigues her. As she grows more comfortable after escaping a bad relationship, new ideas and surprises abound as friendships, quilting, and her love life all change for the better.
With the story being set in Door County, author Ann Hazelwood includes many of your favorite Door County locations, including the Tannenbaum Holiday Shop! This is the first book in a series (the second and third books are coming out later this year). This book is a lovely read and great for anyone who has imagined what it might be like to move to Door County. This book set to arrive mid-May, but they are taking pre-orders!