Oh & Ah over the creations of our ridiculously talented artists, crafters, and makers.
Jennifer WordenJennifer L Worden Arts
I am a self taught glass artist and have been working with glass for over 15 years. As a teenager I saw a PBS special about Dale Chihuly. The shine and fluidity of glass drew me in.
Mary CalceiSew Crazy Gramma
My mom loved to sew/craft and I learned that love from her. Some of my most treasured memories are of our times crafting together. At this point in my life, sewing/crafting is stress relief for me. I love sewing for my amazing family and wonderful friends.
Katie CapriFor the Records
North Canton, OH
I’m a one-woman wolf pack, fabricating fabulous upcycled craft creations for local shows and boutiques, and my online shop. It’s amazing how simple it was to find a way to be happy, share happiness and reduce our carbon footprint with little pieces of sustainable art.
Sandra Swan-ZillichGifts by Sandra
North Canton, OH
I began knitting while in college for relaxation between study periods. When I learned I was going to be a grandmother, I picked up the art again. I now knit and crochet for creative expression enhancing patterns or combining a variety of yarns and colors.
Deanna & SarahMy Beverly Jewelry
We are a best friend duo creating vintage inspired pressed flower jewelry. We pick and press each bloom and preserve in a resin finish. Many of the flowers used in our jewelry come from our own gardens.
Mindy LeeLees Bees
North Canton, OH
It all began with a desire to help save the bees. My family & I keep bees together and have our apiary located in Canton South. We offer raw local honey, hand made body products, candles & much more.
Ashley ClarkHandmade Ohio
I am a self taught polymer clay earring artist. After taking 6 ceramics courses, it became my passion to sculpt with my hands. I am a one woman show hand making each piece you see. I look forward to where this takes me and I hope you enjoy the pieces I’ve created.
Jules is a crafty artist who makes leather bracelets and ceramic pieces for our shop. She takes leaves from her garden and other found objects to press into her hand sculpted necklaces, trinket bowls, and spoon rests. Each leaf is hand picked to fit the ceramic piece perfectly.
Lydia makes it all, give her a ball of yarn and she can make jewelry, teethers, bookmarks, keychains, hand sanitizer and lip balm holders, soap savers, and dog bag carriers. Her jewelry has to be one of our favorite things, specifically her bumblebee earrings. They are so adorable we can hardly keep them in the shop. Along with each teether she pairs a kids book, like the Rainbow fish book is paired with the prettiest blue and green fish teether. We love seeing every new piece she makes as the seasons progress.
Sandi & JoyceGreeting Cards
Sandi and Joyce hand craft fabulous cards for every occasion, from graduation, weddings, thank you notes, birthday cards, and more. They use different colors of paper, cut out shapes, and a variety of stamps to make each card unique and special. The best part about these handmade cards has to be the relationship behind them, two sisters creating a beautiful way to pass your message along.
Mary Jane WeiseThe Heav'nly Hugger
Mary Jane is responsible for creating the best neck pillow ever. The pillow is made of soft stretchable fleece and filled with moldable buckwheat hulls. She says the pillow will give you that “head in the clouds” comfort you need. Along with these fabulous travel neck pillows she also makes adorable upcycled aprons from men’s button up shirts.
Jodie HawkinsSimply My Seaglass
Jodie does a beautiful job at turning seaglass into a piece of jewelry. Her pendants and bracelets come in so many colors it’s hard to pick just one. Jodie’s earrings are so special, because they show up only when two pieces of glass are similar enough to make a pair. What a unique piece of jewelry to add to your collection.
Kara HohnSew Appealing
Kara makes the sweetest kid necessities, from her fabulous baby and toddler bibs to her handy burp sets. She uses so many different prints to capture the specific personality of your little one and their parents. You’ll also find her Aldi quarter keepers in our kitchen section.
Gina BowersBlissful Beachcomber
Hello! My name is Gina and I have found my ‘happy place’ treasure hunting the shores of Lake Erie and turning my finds into jewelry. Each unique bangle bracelet is hand curated to bring elements of happiness and encouragement to the wearer. From the beach glass hand gathered on the shoreline, to the charms flowing with hints of adventure, my hope is to share my bliss. Bracelets are proudly made in Canton, Ohio during my childrens’ nap time.
Linda EdwardsCrafty Closet Creations
Linda is the one of the best upcyclers we know. She makes adorable, stretchy headbands, great to keep your hair back. Along with fabulous winter mittens from fabric scraps. After making the mittens she makes dryer balls with the leftover material. Nothing goes to waste in Linda’s shop, because every piece of scrap can be made beautiful.
Sandy SmithClay Hill Herbal Tea
Sandy continues to blow us away with her fabulous new blends each season. She combines all the herbs and spice together to make the perfect batch of peach delight, restful night, white spice, green ginger, and mellow elderflower tea. Just to name a few of her amazing flavors. All of her teas are fantastic ice or hot. Whether you are wanting a black tea, white, or herbal blend Sandy has got you covered.
Samantha McGrawMade By McGraw
North Ridgeville, OH
By day, I am a wife, momma and office manager. By night, I am a jewelry designer and crafter. After years of hand making my own jewelry and crafting gifts for loved ones, I am finally putting my love to create and make beautiful pieces to work!
Aimee LeporisSugarLane Shoppe
Aimee took a game that everyone has in their home, Scrabble, and made jewelry. Each piece is made with a scrabble tile and an encouraging word or phrase. A simple, but creative way to upcycle something that may have just been sitting in a cabinet.
Tom WiseSlightly Hammered & Twisted Studio
Tom has a eye for shape and design. In addition to his reclaimed copper jewelry and garden art available in our market, we keep him busy building shop displays.
Megan WisePlain Jane
Crafting gives me the opportunity to learn something new, time set aside to be creative, and new skills to share with others. I love designing our shop displays, accessories for our handmade market, and projects to teach in-store.