CEDARBURG — Two
Crafty Chicks LLC is expanding to downtown historic
Cedarburg, pairing up the arts within a restaurant-type
Hartzheim and Jackie Ertl plan to interweave a hands-on
classroom experience with the ambience of a café –
though this one will serve alcoholic beverages as well
as non-alcoholic ones.
make signs from a plain board and throughout the evening
you personalize it,” the owners said to Common Council
members. “It’s about a two- to three-hour process.”
Cedarburg Common Council helped the women to move
forward on their business plan when they approved a wine
and beer liquor license for the establishment Monday.
Hoping to open their business Board & Brush Creative
Studio in early September, the business will be located
at W61 N506 Washington Ave.
space was previously occupied by Kelley’s Market.
Through scheduled classes or privately-reserved parties,
patrons can create one-of-a-kind, antique-like wood home
décor pieces, according to the owners.
Children’s parties or events are not part of the plan,
though the owners said catering to children might be
considered in the future.
other Board & Brush franchises are located in Hartland
and Elm Grove.
Denise Seyfer can be reached at