This slideshow requires JavaScript.

PTA volunteers planning this year’s Spring Market at Wallace Elementary have recruited dozens of the most original artisans and merchants from all over Texas and beyond. Many are returning as longtime favorites of Lake Highlands shoppers. These new vendors are certain to be on future rotation.

Shooting 3 Arrows is the brainchild of LHHS graduate Ashley Crowder Boynton. Her LH fuzzy shorts are perfect for celebrating the state champion Wildcats and the other amazing students and activities going on in neighborhood schools.

The Glitter Option creates, prints and sells giant coloring sheets and more “to help you live with purpose and make memories stick like glitter.” They carry everything from party must-haves to cute dog toys to Easter basket goodies.

Nikia Woods knows how to feed and water a crowd. Her bartending and events business is famous for their elaborate charcuterie boards.

Lucky + Lola owner Nichole Fiorentino recently set up shop in Ascension Salons in Lakeridge Village. When she appeared on NBC’s Texas Today, she featured her unique bags, clothing, jewelry and gifts. She takes inspiration from her mom’s cute shop in downtown Plano.

Stems + Things creates beautiful floral displays. Founder Natalie Carson studied interior design at TCU and worked for large firms before opting to stay home with her three small children. She now makes eye-popping displays from her own kitchen.

Heather Morris created Eternally Linked to honor her late friend Shauna Schultz. Schultz taught at White Rock and Lake Highlands Elementary before she died last year from non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Morris sells jewelry — particularly linked bracelets and necklaces.

Kourtney Hutcherson is a Lake Highlands mom and teacher with an online women’s clothing boutique called Saylor Lane. She offers her floral dresses, colorful headbands and cute tops on Instagram, but she can also be found at occasional neighborhood popup shops.

Busy Banners are hand-drawn doodles transformed into giant coloring banners. Ten percent of the profits go directly to Join Brave Love and Lifesong for Orphans, nonprofits which celebrate birth moms and support the orphaned and vulnerable.

Lady Kennedy transforms authentic designer buttons into earrings. Her creations are often colorful, sometimes whimsical and always conversation starters.

Three Sisters Bracelets creates wax string bracelets in a variety of colors and styles. Some are adorned with beads or braids, and some are delightfully simple.

The Wallace Spring Market runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 1. Entrance is free, but you’ll need your credit card and a little cash. You won’t be able to resist the gorgeous gifts and quirky finds.

Proceeds will benefit students and programs at Wallace. The market is held annually at the school, 9921 Kirkhaven, near Ferndale and Church Road.