Did you know there’s a winter wonderland in Running Springs? Did you know that it’s filled with wonderful creations made by your neighbors, your friends and perhaps your family? Everything from hand knit caps, quilts, warm hats and scarves, beautiful pine cone trees, children’s clothes to a huge variety of Christmas ornaments as well as just about any craft project you can think of can be found in this delightful local shop. It’s that time of year, you know, and this year let’s all make an effort to “shop locally” when at all possible. When you step into this shop you will be amazed at the talent and the creativeness of our local artisans and artists. There truly is something for everyone in this shop and if you’re not in the holiday mood I challenge you to go in there and not come away with more holiday spirit.
Stepping into this delightful, Christmas shop is such fun that you can’t help but get in the holiday mood (even if your “great-uncle” is Ebenezer Scrooge!). If you’re having a bad day and your Christmas spirit simply isn’t there do yourself a favor and go to this local shop. I challenge you to leave without a much better outlook on life and the holidays.
Located on the lower level of the shop at Palo Alto and Hilltop Blvd. you’ll feel uplifted the moment you step through the door. You won’t be able to help yourself. The delightful shop is filled with gifts, quilts, decorative saw blades, jams, cookies, Christmas ornament, Running Springs T-shirts, hats, scarves, baby items and more and more and more. If it sounds like a wonderful place to purchase some Christmas or holiday gifts….you’d be absolutely right.
Opening the door to the shop should give you an uplifting “pick up” if the holidays are a bit of a struggle for you. You can’t help but smile when you step into the Christmas decorated shop because all the items are made by local artists or artisans.
The shop is open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. seven days a week so be sure and stop by. It’s on the “lower level” of the great old building on Hwy. 18 (Hilltop Blvd. and Palo Alto) across the street from the hardware store.