There's over 1,000 items at the Artisans' Corner in Clinton, and every bit of merchandise there is hand made.
Artisans' Corner member, Donna Hooson, has been selling her items at the shop since day one.
She says the store used to be a gift shop, but the owners wanted to try something new.
"They had a unique idea of having artists get together and run the cooperative for them," said Hooson.
There are over 30 artists that have items sold in the store, and they all take turns working at the corner.
Michael Buehler has only been working and selling his crafts of art for four weeks.
But her instantly knew there was something special about this place.
"You won't find these items at a big box store. You'll only find them here," said Buehler.
The artists pay a price to sell their items in the store, and each one rotates monthly to staff the store.
"We have our own booth, and it's a generous space, so whatever you sell, you have plenty of space to sell it in," said Buehler.
The Artisans' Corner just celebrated their first birthday in November, and look forward to the year's ahead.