Artisan Gift Shop

Open to the Public – New Members Welcome!*

Hours & Location

Artisan Gift Shop

Located in White Horse Park, next to the Farmer's Market and across from the Administration Building on 239 Ocean Parkway.

Now accepting cash and credit cards!

Open Saturdays, 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. and Sundays, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Holiday Hours
The Pine’eer Artisan Gift Shop has added hours in Fridays for holiday shoppers. The gift shop is open Fridays in December 10 a.m. -2 p.m, Saturdays 8 a.m.-3 p.m. and Sundays 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

Contact: President Sharon Puser, 410-208-3032[email protected]

About Us

The Artisan Gift Shop is an extension of the Pine'eer Craft Club, a local group started in 1974. Members create handmade gift items, home décor, jewelry and so much more and then sell it in this retail store. Profits from these sales are donated back to the Ocean Pines community in the form of donations to the Police and Fire departments, Parks and Recreation Department, free Summer Concerts In the Park, Veterans Memorial and more.

Visit the shop to view beautiful, handmade items. Come often, as the merchandise is always changing. As merchandise sells, crafters are always making new items. And, as new crafters join the club, new categories of items expand the inventory.

The Artisan Gift Shop has a large selection of gift-giving items, such as jewelry sets, earrings and bracelets, and beautiful handbags and totes. A baby section includes crocheted blankets, hats, sweaters, plaques, baby bibs and more. There are also home décor items, many of them with a beach theme, including wreaths, wood plaques, floral arrangements, towels, coasters, runners and more. The shop even features floral arrangements with flowers made from seashells and fish scales. Members create handmade pottery items and stained glass items. Beautiful paintings, fabric-backed plates, mosaic mirrors, pictures made from jewelry, and pillows of all designs are also available. The shop also offers a complete line of doll-wear for American Girl dolls.



Upcoming Meetings

The Craft Club meets monthly on the third Thursday of the month at the Ocean Pines Community Center on 235 Ocean Parkway in Ocean Pines. All meetings are open to the public.

Join the club for refreshments at 9:45 a.m. A business meeting starts promptly at 10 a.m. After the meeting, the club offers a craft project for those who wish to participate. Preregistration is required, so the club can have enough supplies. A small fee is charged to cover the cost of supplies.

Current information regarding the next meeting and craft project are on display in the shop window. To preregister and for more information, call Program Chair Candy Foreman at 410-641-6082.

Crafter of the Month

The Pine’eer Craft Club is proud to announce Ocean Pines resident Carol Brown as the September 2023 Crafter of the Month.

A member of the Craft Club for about five years, Brown was the immediately preceding corresponding secretary. She served in that post for two years.

Brown and her husband became part-time residents of the Pines in 2005 and shifted to full-time in 2013. The Browns built a new home here in 2014 and said they love the lifestyle Ocean Pines has to offer.

She also loved joining the Craft Club.

“I have always done some type of crafting,” she said. “I started out at age 6, so it was a natural for me to look to this group to meet people and make friends.”

Brown’s favorite crafts include working with flowers – she makes wreaths and arrangements for the Craft Club shop. She creates delicate teacup arrangements that are perfect for a shelf or small space. Brown also offers cork trivets, hand sanitizer cases and decorative picture frames for sale in the shop.

Brown works with several different mediums and has a lot of craft interests, as do many club members. For Brown, her early interest broadened as a mom, when she volunteered as the craft mother for her daughters’ girl scout troops.

“I think the Craft Club is a wonderful group of women and men. Everyone has their own talents and are happy to share information,” Brown said. “If you’re looking for a fun group to join, the Craft Club is it and you don’t have to be a real crafty person. The most important mission of the group is donating back to the community each year!”

To see Brown’s works and more creations, stop by the Pine’eer Artisan Gift Shop, open every Saturday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., except holidays.

The club is always seeking new crafters, and meetings are open to the public.

Artisans interested in selling their creations at the shop may contact Debbie Jiwa or Barbara Herzog, shop managers, or email [email protected] for more information.

Since its inception, the craft club has donated nearly $179,000 back to Ocean Pines. The club has been proudly handcrafting in Ocean Pines for 49 years.

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Craft Fairs

The Craft Club hosts two Craft Fairs each year. The Arts and Crafts Festival is held outdoors and indoors on the first Saturday in August from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. in White Horse Park and the Ocean Pines Community Center. Local vendors and additional vendors from surrounding states provide many crafted items for sale. Food and music offered during the event makes for a fun day out. To participate in the festival, contact Jane Wolnik at [email protected] for a vendor application. For additional information or questions, contact Linda Sirianni at 410-641-8449

The Winter Wonderland Holiday Craft Fair is held indoors in the Ocean Pines Community Center on the first Saturday in November, from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. A large number of crafters attend, making the event perfect for those seeking holiday gifts. Vendors interested in participating may call Debbie Jiwa at 410-430-7855.

At both events, the Craft Club offers its famous homemade bake sale.

Vendor Opportunities

Contact President Sharon Puser at 410-208-3032 or [email protected] for information on displaying and selling handcrafted merchandise at the Artisan Gift Shop in Ocean Pines.

*Profits from the sale of merchandise in this shop and from annual craft fairs are given back to the community in the form of donations, each year. Since the shop's inception in 1974, more than $175,000 has been given back to Ocean Pines.

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are essential to every aspect of the Artisan Gift Shop. They provide support and manpower to allow the club and the shop to operate to its full potential.

Becoming a member of the club is only $15 yearly. Members may put items in the shop and take advantage of the benefits of the club.