Above: Lorrie Mason, a Florida artist who will be at the Woodland Art Fair this weekend, creates unique jewelry using recycled metal including old drill bits and screwdrivers. This iron bracelet trio is accented with a citrine gemstone, a faceted diamond and gold and copper balls. $225 at Masonmetaldesigns.etsy.com. 
Right: These Kentucky Gameday flats featuring UK bow clips are $74 at Lillybee.com.
Above: Lorrie Mason, a Florida artist who will be at the Woodland Art Fair this weekend, creates unique jewelry using recycled metal including old drill bits and screwdrivers. This iron bracelet trio is accented with a citrine gemstone, a faceted diamond and gold and copper balls. $225 at Masonmetaldesigns.etsy.com. Right: These Kentucky Gameday flats featuring UK bow clips are $74 at Lillybee.com.
Above: Lorrie Mason, a Florida artist who will be at the Woodland Art Fair this weekend, creates unique jewelry using recycled metal including old drill bits and screwdrivers. This iron bracelet trio is accented with a citrine gemstone, a faceted diamond and gold and copper balls. $225 at Masonmetaldesigns.etsy.com. Right: These Kentucky Gameday flats featuring UK bow clips are $74 at Lillybee.com.

Woodland Art Fair: a not-to-miss chance to shop from more than 200 artists

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