F rom Our Hands to Your Craft Show hosted nearly 50 vendors for the group's third annual event in Amarillo.
V endors sell everything from clay and metal art, to photography and paintings.
K ate Freeman said there are nearly 300 people she contacts every year to be apart of the events.
"I f it's not handmade, it's not unique, " Freeman said. "I t's not something that you did and we decided that we would start our own craft show that had to be handmade . I t had to have their time, heart and soul put into it. "
T he duo's next show will be held sometime in the fall.