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Katie Shaw, Staff Writer

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Cover Photo via @ThePurpleDogCompany on Instagram.

        With the roaring success of the Bulldog Christmas Market last year, it is back and better than ever. This year’s market promises to attract even more customers and display a larger variety and quantity of student creations. The Bulldog Christmas Market is run by Wylie’s own Purple Dog Company, consisting of the hard-working Business Management Class, and will take place on Thursday, November 29th from 5 to 8 p.m. This year’s market will be home to the following booths/vendors:

One of the biggest hits, Madbar Design Co., at last year’s Bulldog Christmas Market. Courtesy of Wylie Growl.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Graphic Design will be selling T-Shirts and Sweatshirts of their own creation.

Entrepreneurship will have 8 booths for each of the student companies filled with items like spirit gear, home goods, soaps, car scents, wax melts, blankets, photo canvases, window decals, and thermos bottles.

Fashion Design & Interior Design– Decorative plates/mugs, leather jewelry, chokers, tassel earrings, scrunchies, and coasters

Child Development will have a gift wrapping station, games for kids, sugar cookie decoration, and Santa sleighs

Cheer – WHS Blankets

The Yearbook staff will have order forms for their yearbooks.

Culinary Arts will have a soup bar and a variety of festive desserts.

Robotics – 3D printed ornaments and figurines

Mrs. Hughes’ Art Classes made ceramics, phone amplifiers, pots with succulents, and bulldog ornaments.

Creative Writing will make its Bulldog Christmas Market debut with blackout Poetry matted on frames, magnetic poetry kits, 6-word memoir t-shirts, and framed live poetry composition.

Bible as Literature– Jesus soap and Nativity soap kits

Functional Academics is selling homemade dog treats.

Ag Mechanics will return this year with their hit metal signs.

Advanced Graphic Design has made hats and key-chains to sell.

Mrs. Camp’s Art Classes – Holiday and bulldog stationary

Ag/Floral design has fresh holiday wreaths and poinsettias for sale

Bulldog Productions – Pep rally DVDs and Mrs. Sanchez tribute DVD

Paw Print Staff – Bulldog cookies and information, gift card contest

Wylie ECC and Wylie Junior High will have booths at the market as well.

        If you’ve already done your Christmas shopping, you can still stop by to try some edible creations from the Culinary Arts classes and hot drinks from Nikki’s as well as hear the Christmas performances from our talented musicians Eaaron Pye, Show Choir, and the Jazz Band.  

 

      Student Council will be running an Adopt-a-Child Toy Donation Station, so be sure to bring your extra children’s toys for a good cause!

 

      Come see us at our booth! We will be selling PawPrint cookies, handing out flyers, and giving information about our upcoming gift card contest!

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Katie Shaw, Staff Writer

Katie Shaw is a junior and third-year member of The Paw print staff. Her life revolves around Hockey, especially the Nashville Predators, and Taco Bell....

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