PO Box 317 Butte Falls, OR 97522

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©2019 by Poppy's Hobbies. 

We are looking for women who want to share this journey with us and help connect more women!

  • We believe that taking time to do something for yourself creates the BEST version of you. 

  • We believe that an afternoon with your girlfriends uplifts and heals your soul. 

  • We believe that hands covered with paint, glitter and maybe a little glue, make the perfect manicure. 

  • We believe the items you craft should never be perfect, instead strive for what speaks to your soul.

At the end of the day, it's not about the crafts at all. It's about the connections we make. We've been so blessed to see some powerful connections made. We've seen women laugh, bond with complete strangers, cry and laugh some more. And that is more powerful than painting a piece of wood. Don't get us wrong WE LIVE TO CRAFT, but it is merely the tool we use to bring women together. 

Join us at our next event by clicking the tab or host your own Ladies Night In and receive an awesome discount on your craft. 

50% Off


When you have 1-3 guests attend

When you have 4+ guests attend


I am a 3rd generation wood worker. I grew up in log furniture shop just outside of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Some of my earliest memories are playing in sawdust piles at the shop, or my brother and I terrorizing the other shop owners next to our gallery in the Pink Garter Plaza on the Square in Jackson. 

My dad is a master craftsman and on occasion still builds some of the most incredibly beautiful log furniture you've ever seen. I am lucky to have his help and his fully supplied wood shop to create these crafts for you. 

I started with business with my mom in the fall of 2016. She has stepped out of the day to day business but will show up and assist me at events. 

With the exception of pallet projects we purchase all of our wood from a local mill, which harvests all of their timber within a 50 mile radius of their mill in Southern Oregon.