We have so many great prizes to give away!! All of them have been generously donated by Local Goods Chicago Artists. There is still time to get in the raffle. Sign up by clicking the button below.
Here are all the raffle prizes for 12/11 through 12/20. If you would like to participate please fill out our online wish list or stop by the store to fill one out in person.
Below is the list of prizes generously donated by some of the artists at Local Goods Chicago!
To participate in the raffle please complete an entry form.
Raffle Prizes for December 1st through December 10th!!!
We are still getting organized but all of the prizes will be pictured here shortly!
While we are figuring this out, ponder this great list of prizes!
Ted & Tim Chicago Map onesie
Reformado Photography - two ornaments from her tree, winners choice
Kathmandu Yogi Rudraksha bead bracelet
Bonnie Glassner - two original paintings
Rock the Cradle - Lullabyes for Baby CD
Milton & Margies famous painted upcycled Chicago Candle
Connie O'Reyes - "I Hate your face" humorous essays from local author
Jeff Grabowski - Periodic Table of Chicago print
Amati Originals - something wonderful featuring the Chicago Flag
Cathleen Kendall - One of Cathleen's childrens books
Marsha Spaniel - handmade earrings
Tori's Bitty Bows - a children's raglan tee shirt
Grass Green Design - one art print, winner's choice
Folk That - a poster and tshirt - two prizes two chances
Joe Mills - Chicago Nickname poster
Alexandra Jamroz - Handmade earrings
John Marchello - Bracelet made from silverware Winners choice
It'll Glow on You Illustrations - 2 prints
Sprouted Scribbles - Chicago coloring book
Rock On - Handpainted rock
Made by Cat Painter- Handmade apron, child or adult, customer choice
Orchard Street Press - Flour Sack Towel winner's choice
Eric Craig - Photo Mug and Ornament
Alexandar Jamroz - handmade earrings
Polar Bare - bucket of handmade bath bombs
Deana Rose - Grace Bracelet
Handmade by Michelle - Copper Chicago skyline necklace
Nicolet Candle - Forest Pine Large Candle
Substance Designs - Layered circle earrings
SquashT - handmade hat
Crown yourself Designs - barrette
Cathleen Kendall - childrens' book
Maria McCabe - hand knitted winter hat
Sprounted Scribbles - Coloring book
Krista August "Giants in the Park" book
Spinalfusion - earrings
Rocket Relics - candle
Printed Canvas - calendar
Wondering how to make the holiday season a little easier? Fill out a wish list! Browse our website for gift ideas and then fill out the wish list form. When your family and friends are ready to buy you a gift, they can come in the store (email or call) and we will share your wish list with them.
Plus each wish list will be entered into our daily Raffle Drawing (see rules). All prizes have been donated by the artists of Local Goods Chicago. We will start the drawing in December.
Fill out your wish list online (below) or stop by the store for a form.
WISH LIST RAFFLE RULES
To qualify as a raffle entry
1. fill out the wish list section with at least one item from our store or website.
2. opt-in to receive our weekly newsletter
3. Must be able to pick up at 5422 W. Devon unless otherwise noted.
Gather your friends together and celebrate autumn with a fall wreath workshop at Local Goods Chicago located in beautiful Edgebrook! Create a beautiful autumn wreath to decorate and warm your front door with seasonal charm.
Enjoy a free wine tasting and 10% off purchases of bottles of wine!
$75 everything included
Nov 4th 11-1PM Wreath Class I
Nov 4th 1:00 -3PM Wreath Class II
We are looking forward to hosting mother and daughter team of Defining Moments by Jocelyn Tobias for a trunk show!
Jocelyn and her daughter Samantha create custom paper crafted picture frames.
My daughter, Samantha, and I create custom paper crafted picture frames. Our business, Defining Moments by Jocelyn Tobias, began about 5 years ago when one of Sammy's sisters asked her to make a frame as a gift. The recipient was a store owner in Chicago. She loved it, turned around and bought 18 frames to sell in her store...our Defining Moment!!
We work as a team, not only in the creation of the frames but in decisions about shows, stores, contacts to make. We have a lot of fun.
The frames are whimsical, scrapbook like creations. We have done "mass productions" for fund raisers, hand delivered for emergency birthday gifts, made several bridesmaids happy with personalized frames from the bride. Holiday boutiques and summer outdoor shows bring smiles to many faces.
The customers at Local Goods seem to enjoy our flag themed frames. We have been in Laura's wonderful store for several years.
We hope you come meet us! All requests are welcome!
Join Alice's Table at Local Goods Chicago and try your hand at a fun new skill.
July 29th from 12PM to 2PM
Unleash your creative side by learning the art of flower arranging and make a stunning bouquet to spruce up your home!
Alice's Table class participants will enjoy a free wine tasting and 10% off purchases of bottles of wine!
What To Expect
The flower arranging can take anywhere from one to two hours, depending on the complexity and format of the arrangement. Alice’s Table provides aprons for you to wear for the duration of the event. Working with flowers can be messy, so make sure to wear something you won’t mind getting a little dirty.
What Should I Bring?
You don’t need to bring anything out of the ordinary with you - we provide the flowers, vases, and tools you will need to create your arrangement.
Class size is limited to 10 participants
Everything is provided
Cost is $65 per person
About the Artist
My inspiration comes from creating products that are completely re-imagined. Today, we live in a world where most things are made to be disposable and this is having a very negative impact on the Earth. I hope to awaken everyone to this reality and help us rethink how we made and use products throughout the world. All of my products are completely recycled, and every point of production is tuned so that my products are made in the most environmentally and socially responsible manner possible. I hope to inspire all to change their habits with disposable products and consider the entire life cycle of the products they use.
My other mission as an artist is to reveal to others the beauty that can be found in objects many consider outdated or trash. I accomplish this by redesigned old objects into something completely new, that still resembles its previous life.
I created my own tools which allow me to bend silverware very consistently and without damaging the silverware. I am constantly redesigning the tooling to allow for new and more complex bends. Check back regularly for new designs.