TroyFest artist of the day

Published 7:28 pm Monday, April 5, 2010

Name: Deborah Seeton

Location: Newnan, Georgia

Art/Craft: Homemade Wooden Kid Coin Banks

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Jim and Deb Seeton created a family business by providing a product that each child should own. Their handmade wooden coin banks are a unique durable option to a children’s favorite, the piggy bank (and you can even get a pig). These wooden banks are made with a plexiglass window so that children can see their treasures and are personalized. The business began when the first piggy bank was purchased by grandma Seeton and has grown into a business the whole family is involved in. There are over 100 patterns that can be chosen from for the banks. They will be able to personalize your bank on site. Visit their website at to preview and make your selection before the event, you can order your bank before TroyFest and pick it up that weekend at their booth.

“I love doing craft shows, meeting the wonderful people who frequent craft shows”, stated Deb Seeton. “I am excited to once again do a show in Alabama, and look forward to my first TroyFest”.