The Fall Season Brings New Goods to the Crafts and Antiques Incubator in Mullinville – Kiowa County Signal

The CK Vintage craft and antique store is ready for fall and the holiday season with additions to merchandise lines and a new look inside the incubator building where their store at 110 S. Main Street in Mullinville.

“We all have new holiday decor, wreaths and food items, plus lots of other seasonal goodies,” co-owner Jonathan Clayton said. “We’ve spent the past three months revitalizing the store with fresh paint, revamping displays and adding new sales associates.”

Now open Thursday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., Clayton said customers will discover a variety of new items to smell, see and taste if they venture there.

Local artist and designer Jodi Behee has expanded her range of handmade soaps, as well as unique metalwork and glass art. She also makes jewelry and other decorative items from repurposed goods.

CK co-owner Christopher King has also been busy during the summer months preparing fall wreaths and Halloween crafts that are now available to customers.

Clayton said the store has added more general merchandise offerings for purchase, including patriotic items and sports accessories from state teams like the University of Kansas Jayhawks and K-K Wildcats. State.

In the food category, Clayton said caramel candies and Hammonds chocolate bars are already attracting customer attention.

“The chocolate bars come in a variety of flavors like red velvet cake, peanut butter and jelly, and even something called piggies and tators, which is really good,” Clayton said.

Pigs and tators is a mixture of bacon and chocolate, he said. The Mullinville Business Incubator was once a former school building that was completely renovated following severe storm damage over a year ago. New improvements continue to provide a bigger and better place for small businesses like CK Vintage, attracting customers who often find them on Facebook and Google advertising.

“We now have a new front door and are fully handicapped accessible,” Clayton said. “There’s a lot to see and experience here and we look forward to more business as the fall season gathers.”