Nine-year-old Ivan Demarjian and his sister Julia, 13, hold their hand-made crafts at the Present pop-up holiday store in the 200-block of Main Street in Gloucester. Present specializes in hand-crafted gifts made by area artisans, and on Saturday the store held a special "Kids Day" for the children of the artists to show and sell their own work. Ivan and Julia, whose mother Jessica is one of the exhibitors, sold seashell candles and hand-made greeting cards (pictured), among other things.
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