2023 WinterLand / 5th Street Arcades Makers
Make your shopping plans early! We are part of WinterLand in downtown Cleveland and our makers will be inside the beautiful + historic 5th Street Arcades (530 Euclid, entrances also on Prospect). Here's who will be there with us:
Chris Deighan, Chris Deighan Art (T-Shirts)
I make freehand ink drawings on paper about places and architecture. I am also a screen printer. I print my work by hand on paper and shirts. I also sell waterproof stickers.
Kelly McGreehan, Kay-Em Apparel (T-Shirts)
Cleveland and outdoor inspired apparel and merchandise. Using pop culture and the love of the outdoors to create relatable and eye catching products!
Charlena Robertson, The Soap Obsession Bath and Body Sho (Soap + Spa)
The Soap Obsession Bath and Body Shop offers luxurious soaps, body creams, salt baths, and other treats to pamper the skin . Our soap collection even includes something for those with sensitive skin. Our body creams nourish and keep skin hydrated. Our salt baths are the perfect way to end a long day. All of our products are handmade with the finest ingredients. Our goal is to make every user feel soft, clean, fragrant, and loved.
Find me at: Winterland
DeJah & JuLonnah Nixon, Nuni Products (Soap + Spa)
Nuni Products is a planted-based body-care line, aiming to aid with everyday skin concerns with natural ingredients. We are a sister duo, with a passion for formulating and ever-expanding knowledge of the skin, charged to share their creations. We strive to provide a product you're excited to grab each day. Nuni Products creates accessible, quality products that don't hurt your pockets.
Helena Rosa, Urban Rootz Artisan Soap Co. (Soap + Spa)
Urban Rootz Artisan Soap Company is an inclusive brand that handcrafts artisan soaps and body care products. Owned and operated out of the city of Cleveland. We have an array of products that represent the beauty that lives within the diversity of our community. Our hope is to share our urban rootz with you through our handcrafted products.
Find me at: Winterland
Bianca Breed, Bianca Breed (Original Art)
Bianca Breed is a Cleveland-based botanical artist. She creates one of a kind statement jewelry and home goods with pressed flowers, ethically-sourced insects, and other elements of nature preserved in eco-friendly resin. Every piece is made in small, slow batches, and feature unique compositions of plants that change with the seasons. Bianca creates each design spontaneously yet intentionally, focusing on what she feels called to make in the moment and allowing the flowers to lead her. By creating jewelry and homewares inspired by nature, she hope to invoke a sense of appreciation for and reconnection to our earth while honoring its beauty. Bianca also specializes in custom bouquet & pet memento preservation, with custom offerings including wedding & bridal bouquets, funeral bouquets, deceased pet insects, personal grown flowers, pet ashes, claws, teeth, feathers, and other flowers of significance.
Bili Kribbs, Extravaganza of Strange (Original Art)
Prints/Posters of original artwork. The Extravaganza of Strange is serving you the visual acid trip of psycho primates, tentacled monsters and colorful madness. These are the results of when an over-active imagination mixes with an aggressive creative impulse. Follow the white rabbit, take the red pill and get lost in the realm of The Extravaganza of Strange!
Clara Manfredi, C. M. Manfredi’s Emporium of Wonders (Original Art)
I make monsters
Dana Kane, Wind Over Tide (Original Art)
Life In Lines - A true rust-belt reveler, Dana Kane is a Buffalo-born, Cleveland-based illustrator and photographer. She began her career using photography to capture the beauty in all things rusty and forgotten, took a brief recess practicing linoleum reduction printing, and has recently settled into digital illustration. Regardless of the medium, Dana has always been fascinated by rudamentary structures. How the most complex intricate form can always be reduced and simplified to basic shapes, planes, and lines. Dana creates intricate compositions by layering imperfect shapes and lines, gradually forming captivating images in her artwork.
Deborah Hinz, Butterfly Designs By Deb (Original Art)
I take real ethically sourced butterflies from farms that have died naturally and frame them as artwork. Customers receieve education as well with their purchase. Every purchase supports butterfly preservation and my small business as well.
Find me at: Winterland
Kate Stewart, Star Catcher Studio (Original Art)
Nova of Star Catcher Studio is a professional Illustrator and Educator. They create designs in their own storybook aesthetic inspired by nature, magic, and whimsy, hoping to spark joy in their audience! They design enamel pins, stickers, accessories, clothing, woven blankets, homeware, and other decorative products. She crafts decor, creates original paintings, and sculpts cute cartoon figurines.
Find me at: Winterland
Samantha Bako, figmentpudding (Original Art)
My mission is to provide a connection to the magic and wonder of the natural world through whimsical cartoons and fantastical illustrations, with a particular focus on frogs and toads. I also hope to provide an avenue for folks to unapologetically vibe with their inner weirdo. I primarily work in digital environments, creating art assets, designs, and illustrations that I use in a variety of merchandise; stickers, art prints and cards, handmade notebooks, dye-sublimated mugs and other miscellaneous accessories. I also offer illustration commissions and custom animation or graphic services. My ongoing long-term projects include a toad-themed tarot deck that I hope to complete by the end of this year.
Will Wilson, Will Wilson Art (Original Art)
I am interested in exploring the psychic fossils of popular culture and media exposure. Part of how I do this is by drawing inspiration thematically and stylistically from a broad range of sources. Video games, board games, cartoons, comics, graffiti, nature, and the human condition are used as starting points to create work that is bizarre and familiar. By depositing these fossils of shared experience in my work, I am inviting you to excavate the images I have created and your own experience of these sources simultaneously. Ultimately, I am trying to create joyful, colorful, and imaginative work that tries to make people smile.
Felicia Mercado, StellaLoo (Kids + Pets)
Dog accessories. Bandanas, harnesses, leashes, collars, dog mom bags, matching sweaters.
Kelly L Zalenski, Twinzzshop (Kids + Pets)
I design and hand-sew recycled t-shirt appliques onto onesies, t-shirts and hats that celebrate twins, siblings, and "all the single babies" out there! My designs embrace my sense of humor and love of puns. I also love to design and create pieces that celebrate local love with a handmade touch. My hope is that my pieces are passed down to younger friends and family due to my commitment to quality that lasts wash after wash.
Krystal Tomlinson, Live Dream Create (Kids + Pets)
Live Dream Create specializes in handmade/handsewn felt and fleece plushies. We love sewing everything from cute and cuddly animals and critters to felt foods, playsets, and more! We may have “normal” animals like cute little pigs, bunnies, and black cats with big shiny eyes - but we also love our “non-traditional” creatures! Things like flowing jellyfish, bats to hang from your ceiling, fluffy sea bunnies, and even giant squid are among our favorites. Our food themed items range from sushi and fortune cookies (with real fortunes in each one!) to happy pierogis, fruits and veggies of all kinds for your play kitchen, dino nuggie pillows, and even rotten tomatoes! At Live Dream Create, we like to let our silly, punny side out when we can while still making cute, cuddly plushies that people of all ages can enjoy!
Taylor Evert, That Peace of Mine - GoodDawgGoods (Jewelry)
That Peace of Mine uses upcycled antique silverware to create jewelry, including spoon rings, bracelets, and more. Silverware jewelry is unique and tells a story. My favorite thing is to work with a customer and use sentimental silverware to create a piece of jewelry to enjoy for years to come.
Good Dawg Goods is a collection of dog earrings made out of sterling silver and polymer clay, and feature a variety of colors and dog breeds. I am a dog lover myself and a big advocate of supporting your local rescue, something that inspired me to start Good Dawg Goods.
Ashley Smith, Atlas & Aether (Jewelry)
Ashley, the artist behind Atlas & Aether, blends traditional metalsmithing with innovative techniques such as electroforming and 3D printing to create jewelry that is both intricately structured and serendipitously organic. Each piece she creates is a fusion of art, science, and nature; capturing the relationship of the natural and modern world in which the organic and inorganic are delicately intertwined. The art of electroforming itself reflects the infinite push and pull between nature and structure: nature reclaiming the man-made, man attempting to redirect nature around structure, and back again. Make sure to stop by Atlas & Aether to check out the ever-changing selection of gorgeous natural gemstone jewelry, sure to satisfy any lover of things tiny and shiny!
Bekki Weber, weirdlittleearrings (Jewelry)
weirdlittleearrings sells smiles and spreads joy by reimagining found toys into a well-curated collection of unique and nostalgic earrings. inspired by the worldly innocence of youth weirdlittleearrings hopes to unburden viewers from the inherent heaviness of current events and return them to a momentary spark of childhood delight and fantasy. in order to be inclusive to all bodies, 925 silver, plastic, clip-on findings, and kidney wires are available at no extra cost. keychains are also available modifications for most products.
Christine Pyles, Delicate Watkins Shop (Jewelry)
Delicate Watkins Shop creates one of a kind, small batch, and seasonal polymer clay earrings. From small studs to dangles to statement pieces, there's something for everyone! Youth librarian by day, artist Christine does most of her making while listening to audiobooks, which makes it seem like she isn't even working! Christine is self-taught, having started her polymer clay journey in 2014 making plates of miniature food, and Delicate Watkins Shop was established in 2021. Stop by to see what treasures you may find! Price point: $5-25 and custom orders welcome!
Jamie Regula, Silvatica Designs (Jewelry)
Silvatica Designs offers unique handcrafted jewelry made of wood. Our creative process begins in the forest and firewood stacks, where we intentionally seek wood otherwise considered defective. Qualities deemed undesirable in the forest products industry, such as knots, rot, and insect damage, provide the variation and character which make each piece unique. Our jewelry is cut and shaped to capture and accentuate these features. As a result, every item we create has its individual eccentricities and cannot be replicated or reproduced.
Laura Kalamets, Serene Design Co. (Jewelry)
My name is Laura and I am the owner/maker of Serene Design Co. located in Wadsworth, OH. I created my business as a way to manage my mental health after being laid off at the start of the pandemic from a job I truly loved as an HR professional. I’ve been a creator from a young age, and often would craft along with my mom - so you can definitely say “I got it from my momma!”. I am a polymer clay artist, creating small batch jewelry, accessories and home decor items. I love letting my creativity just roll with the punches and see what it ends up with! Everything I create is made from a place of joy and serenity, and my hope is that you feel the same when wearing or displaying my art!
Find me at: Winterland
Robyn Peterson Durlin, NARFdesign LLC (Jewelry)
NARFdesign (Nearly All Robyn’s Fantastic design) is a collection of sea/beach glass jewelry created by Robyn Peterson Durlin, inspired by her love of beachcombing while kayaking on Lake Erie. The sea/beach glass in each beach/nautical/abstract jewelry design can be traced to a specific coastal region, and primarily features glass that she has hand-picked herself.
Sarah Pierce, Pierce Jewelry (Jewelry)
Pierce Jewelry offers a wide variety of handcrafted, original items. All of the jewelry is created using sterling silver, 14K gold and gemstones. Each piece starts out as basic wire or sheet and is then cut, formed, soldered, hammered, finished and set as needed. The use of vitreous enamels adds additional color and depth to the line. The signature leaf shape and hammer texture are evident across the entire line.
Shannon Hogarth, Crescent Rose Craft (Jewelry)
Crescent Rose is a jewelry brand based in Cleveland catering to those with a modern bohemian aesthetic. All the designs are made of materials such as 14K goldfill, brass, sterling silver and natural gemstones. These elements give the jewelry an elegant and natural look that is easy to stack with other favorite pieces. From statements to dainty feminine wares, there is something for everyone!
Allison Berger & Sheya Lewin, Dugway Brook Dry Goods (Home Decor)
Dugway Brook Dry Goods is a collaboration of three friends that handcraft decorative pots, wooden shelving, and macramé for plant lovers to display their plants in a beautiful way.
Anji Gruber, Love, Anji (Home Decor)
Love, Anji is all about turning nature into art. From paper flowers that last a lifetime, wooden bowls to add texture to a space, ornaments to deocrate your tree; their home decor will add warmth to your space or make great heartfelt gifts. Anji and Jason are the crafty duo who put their heart into every piece.
Colleen Teresi, Cuyahoga Handmade (Home Decor)
Cuyahoga Handmade offers one-of-a-kind wall decor, mobiles, and chimes that are - you guessed it - handmade from start to finish. Each ceramic tile is cut, carved, stamped, or pressed, then glazed and joined using leather or jewelry-making materials to create unique, three-dimensional artwork. With a preference for metallic flourishes and unpredictable glazes, each piece embraces spontaneity to create uncontrolled beauty.
Find me at: Winterland
Jessica Becker, Sweet Chick Florals (Home Decor)
Hi! I started out selling cut flowers as a backyard grower as a way to remember/honor my grandmother. As I began to expand my garden, I wanted to share the joy it brings me with others and started to think of ways to offer flowers in the off season here in Ohio. Outside of selling fresh bouquets, one of the things that I decided to try was preserving these blooms and to create pieces of art and home decor with them. I now offer various everlasting bouquets and floral artwork for the home as a way to preserve and share the flowers that I grow.
Anna Batyreva, Happy Bear (Glass + Candles)
We make 100% beeswax candles in various shapes and colors. Beeswax candles are a cleaner, brighter, and much longer burn than petroleum based candles. There is also little to no dripping which makes them extremely versatile. We do not scent our candles so all you are getting is the faint smell of beeswax when burning it, making it a great dinner centerpiece. As opposed to soy candles, our beeswax candles do not rely on mono-agriculture and that is better for the environment. We also have local honey from our apiaries in Elyria. OH. The honey is raw and never heated. It is harvested about every 3 weeks in order to capture the variety of tastes produced by the bees based on what is blooming at the time.
Danielle Gura, Firelands Wax (Glass + Candles)
Firelands Wax is a small batch artisan soy candle company, specializing in authentically scented and reliably burning candles that are inspired by the scents and flavors of Ohio. Drawing on local culture and the changing seasons, owner/maker Danielle Gura creates each candle from her home outside of Oberlin as an homage to the region. Handmade using domestically grown soy wax, clean burning fragrance oils, and resourceful vessels such as soup and beer cans, her candles are meant to transport you to the "Heart of it All" with familiar and authentic aromas that range from the unusual to the nostalgic. Most importantly, premium craftsmanship ensures an even, long-lasting, and edge-to-edge burn every time. This means no more tunneling and wasted candles...to the point that performance is guaranteed with a refund and exchange policy, though no one has ever had to use it! Firelands Wax customers always start for the authentic scents and resourceful Midwest vibe, but stay for the reliable performance....so whether you use her candles to make your house a home in Ohio or to transport you here when you're gone, folks say once you're a customer, you'll be one for life!
Find me at: Winterland
Jenn Daly, Brazen by Nature Candle Co. (Glass + Candles)
Brazen by Nature Candle Co. was started in early 2022. I had a vision to perfect a popular household decor and gift item by using the best burning ingredients, most luxurious fragrances and subtle empowered messages through each candle and scent. Brazen by Nature had its inspired start by my need to be my own boss, express myself, and create a unique candle experience that speaks to everyone. Each candle is made in the main collection is in a 10oz vintage inspired rocks glass to be repurposed and collected as part of your glassware collection. Trial and travel sizes come in 4oz. tins or glassware. Custom and seasonal collections available through the year. Brazen by Nature is setting the new standard of candle home decor with ultimate quality, luxurious scents, self-care and expression.
Lori Parnell, Black Culture Candles (Glass + Candles)
Let Black Culture Candles take you on a scent journey through the moments that connect us. Each candle is inspired by a shared memory or experience and meticulously handcrafted with natural vegan wax, set with crackling wood wicks and individually engraved for an exceptional candle-burning experience.
Ian Barrett, Fuego Fermentations (Food)
Fuego Fermentations makes carefully composed, unique, balanced and complex fermented vegan and gluten-free hot sauces and BBQ sauces. I was fortunate to have been recently given national recognition by winning a Good Food Award. I take great care and pride in the good food I make as well as the good ways in which I make it. All of my sauces are non-gmo and almost everything in my sauces is locally sourced. I work closely with Rainbow Farms in North Perry to ensure that I use the best ethically and locally sourced ingredients possible. It is important to me that I put as much money as I can back into the Cleveland and Northeast Ohio food systems. The passion I have for chilies and fermented hot sauce is evident in how tasty my sauces are. I offer a wide selection of flavor profiles and heat levels. I have some awesome mild sauces no doubt, but the trend is that more people want heat in their sauces. I take a lot of care dialing in that balance of heat and flavor, which other brands tend to lack. A stand-out of my sauces is the way I use fruit in them. I use just enough fruit to get the layers and complexity I want, and then I cut them off. Like a vocal harmony, there is a sweet spot you can live in, but once one of those notes oversteps its’ boundaries, then it is all off. In order to keep the high-quality standards of my products, inside and out, nothing is co-packed. All Fuego Fermentations products are hand bottled, hand labeled, and hand waxed by me proudly in Old Brooklyn, the community in which we live, at the Old Brooklyn Cheese Company.
Joshua and Jamie Sheets, Ol' Dirty Sheets' Hot Sauce (Food)
Ol' Dirty Sheets' is a small batch, handcrafted hot sauce company out of Wooster, Ohio. Jamie and Josh are the four hands behind all of the products! They use simple and natural ingredients that are layered together to create their hot sauce and spice blend recipes. They now have five flavors of hot sauce and two spice blends. Stop by their booth for free samples!
KaShala Smith, Steeped Pearl (Food)
“Steeped Pearl is loose leaf herbal tea blends locally made with intention and bold flavors! Steeped Pearl is a deep long sigh of delicious relief. Steeped Pearl is the product of a love for tea and community. Steeped Pearl is a down to earth luxury. Steeped Pearl is versatile, and untraditional. Steeped Pearl is designer delicious. Steeped Pearl is prayers manifested. Steeped Pearl is inspiration in action. Steeped Pearl is more than a tea company. We're your hug in a cup inspired by memories of those who love us. We hope that you feel the love from our hears and hands in each blend we produce. We are locally grown, black owned, and fully operated by women!”
Kayla Mazanetz, Sweet Geebs (Food)
Sweet Geebs is a cottage food bakery in North Olmsted that creates colorful handcrafted sweet treats for life's most memorable moments. They have been specializing in decorated royal icing cookies since 2020.
Find me at: 78th Street Studios
Kristin Barnes, sweet bean (Food)
handmade chocolates and other sweet treats
Lauren Back, Backattack Snacks (Food)
Backattack Snacks is a premium, gourmet snack company specializing in making Beef Jerky (voted best in Cleveland by Cleveland Magazine), Flavored Almonds, and Vegan Jerky. You no longer have to sacrifice your taste buds to eat healthy! Our snacks use only 100% real ingredients. There is no added sugar, preservatives, nitrates, nitrites, acids or cures. Our snacks are also gluten-free, dairy free and non-GMO.
Find me at: 78th Street Studios
Lauryn Swanger, Bold Pickins (Food)
Bold Pickins creates hand crafted, artisanal pickles. We use fresh ingredients and lots of spices to create unique, out of the box, flavors. No artificial ingredients. Women Owned. Cle's Refrigerated Pickles.
Luis Roman, Hola Island Provisions (Food)
We sell Caribbean marinades in 3 different flavors: Puerto Rican, Cuban and Jamaican.
Mike Rodemann, The Hillson Nut Company (Food)
The Hillson Nut Company is an authentic taste of Cleveland! Family owned and operated since 1935 providing exceptional hand crafted nuts and snacks for over 88 years. We pride ourselves on sourcing the very best raw product grown throughout the world and small batch roasting to perfection leaning on our decades of expertise.
Nicole Lazar, Health Junkie (Food)
Health Junkie's Elderberry Syrup is a delicious holiday gift, as an immune booster that's much-needed during the holiday season! Handcrafted with pure, local ingredients, you can enjoy it with sparkling water, pancakes, tea, coffee, or on its own. It makes an incredible cocktail! Flavors include Sassy Cinnamon (the taste of Christmas!), Cheeky Tart Cherry, and spicy Bold Ginger. Handmade in small batches in Cleveland by a woman-owned microbusiness.
Find me at: Winterland
Rhiannon Blahnik, Sweet Thing Baked Goods (Food)
Hi, sweet tooth! If you have a taste for melt-in-your-mouth meringues, sumptuous shortbread, or elaborately decorated sugar cookies, Sweet Thing Baked Goods has you covered! Everything is made from scratch and decorated with attention to detail. Cookies also make great gifts! Stop by and pick some up for your friends, your family, or yourself!
Sean Herman, Li'l Boîte Pâtisserie (Food)
Li'l Boîte Pâtisserie is an independently owned and operated home-based bakery business located in Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Founded in August 2021, the bakery's name is a combination of the English slang term for "little" and the French word "boîte," which means "box." The bakery's mission is to foster community with intention, and this is demonstrated through its brand values of curiosity, authenticity, transparency, and sustainability. All of Li'l Boîte Pâtisserie's products are handcrafted from scratch using local, seasonal ingredients whenever possible. The bakery specializes in French pastry including viennoiserie, gâteaux pâtisserie & confectionery, with a focus on layered flavors and varied textures. Individual pastries and boutique pastry boxes are available by pre-order. The pastry boxes ("boîtes assorties") are a curated assortment of pastries meant to serve a small number of people for special occasions or as a treat. Each box features a variety of tastes, textures, and culinary techniques (following a formula of cookie, bread, cake, tart), including sweet and savory items. While the bakery primarily works with enriched doughs, it always tries to include one gluten-free or vegan pastry. As a business owner, Li'l Boîte Pâtisserie follows a practice of environmental harm reduction. This impacts every aspect of the business and is especially true for sourcing ingredients. Social and environmental sustainability are important to the bakery and its customers. By being transparent in its sourcing practices, Li'l Boîte Pâtisserie assures customers that their money is well spent.
Travis Howe, Fat T's Cookies (Food)
Fat T’s Cookies is the top cookie company in the state hailing from Akron, OH. We specialize in quarter pound cookies that are not only bigger than the average cookie, but tastier and more unique. We promise to deliver happiness a quarter pound at a time.
Ann Carpenter, annmade (Fiber Arts)
a n n m a d e goods is a place where I can share my love of knitting with my customers through handknit items, well curated knitting accessories and my own custom line of knitting needles. I want to make people feel cozy and comfortable in my high quality hats and accessories while feeling stylish and unique. I love to use the finest 100% wool when possible and love to incorporate local farms as well. In the past year I have expanded to add more home and decor items using cotton yarn. Outside of finished knit wear I carry my own line of knitting need & notions. I decided to design my own line when I realized what was available wasn't my style. Knitting isn't just for "old ladies", it's a badass craft that deserves a new modern, elegant-yet-edgy refresh and I am up for that challenge!
Dawn Shimp, A Stare of Owls [formerly fashionsplatter] (Fiber Arts)
Compellingly tactile textures in crochet, morphing shapes with fidget features. Vintage inspired. Nature enthralled. And a hat for your dog.
Erin Vardous, Julian Bean Crochet (Fiber Arts)
Handmade crochet goods including amigurumi, hats, scarves, bags, dolls, and jewelry.
Jennifer Frisco, The Tapestry Spool (Clothes)
The Tapestry Spool is inspired by vintage fabrics, textiles, and patterns. Our mission is to make every-day wearable pieces of art by upcycling and breathing new life into forgotten materials and clothing.
Charles Strasshofer III, Chuck Stuff (Ceramics)
Chuck Stuff is a one man pottery operation based in Lakewood OH. Everything from each individual piece to the glazes coating the wares is made by him in house. Each new glaze is rigorously tested to ensure long-term durability and is safe for all kitchen applications. Chuck has a style that puts emphasis on the shapes of his pots first and foremost. His work is defined by rather strong, industrial silloughettes that are enhanced by very active glazes. These glazes flow over the contours of his pieces and creates a visually interesting surface for the viewer to respond to.
Emily C Cline, Daphnia Ceramics (Ceramics)
Daphnia Ceramics creates work that combines functional handmade pottery with original screen- printed patterns and designs. The work uses hand-drawn images that are screen-printed patterns that transferred to the surface of the clay. Each piece combines bold colors with graphic prints to create a playful and modern aesthetic. Images are inspired by the local flora and fauna of the woods in Ohio or include fun and whimsical imagery.
Find me at: Winterland
Megan Young, Sun Parlor Studio (Ceramics)
Sun Parlor Studio provides slow-made, small batch and one-of-one pottery and ceramics lessons. It is owned and solely operated by artist and educator Megan Young in Cleveland, OH. She believes in the value of play and joy in our everyday lives, and that we don't necessarily need more objects, but that the objects we do have should make daily life more sacred.
Joseph Arnstein, paint by dumbers (Cards + Paper)
paint by dumbers features its inane puns and silly plays-on-words on greeting cards, high-quality vinyl stickers, and matted prints. they often feature dinosaurs, food, misheard song lyrics, dad jokes, snuggly woodland animals like porcupines and llamas, and they are all intended to spark joy. they give the viewer an opportunity to harken back to their own childhood, to groan at an old dad joke, to laugh at a unique perspective and then share that laughter with someone else. distilled down, the entire porpoise is to spread joy. for the holiday show, in addition to my 180+ unique matted prints and my multiple stickers, i will also have my popular holiday greeting cards including the buttcracker, the velociwrapper, well hung stockings, etc. the cards tend to be slightly irreverent and perfect for people with a sense of humor. there will be something for everyone, all priced between $3 and $15 making it accessible to the broadest possible population.
Find me at: Winterland
Lucy Bailey, Lucy Bailey Art (Cards + Paper)
My work centers around creating and sharing joy. When someone purchases my work for themselves or to give to a friend or loved one, I want it to add a special sparkle to the everyday.
Find me at: Winterland
Lucy Williams, Boundary & Thorn (Cards + Paper)
Being a human is hard and messy, and that's why Boundary and Thorn's paper products celebrate all the good stuff life has to offer. We sell fine art prints and greeting cards that are focused around food, drinks, all things green, positivity, and inclusion, with a little bit of corny humor thrown in. All artwork is illustrated, printed, and packaged with love and care right here in Cleveland, OH.
Erica & Sarah Kurfis, Snarky Pants Studios (Cards + Paper)
We're sisters from Ohio creating unique, playfully irreverent gifts for those people who are snarky at heart. First Sarah sketches an idea, then Erica makes it perfect and sends it out for printing. We turn our designs into greeting cards, vinyl stickers, canvas bags, enamel keychains, pins and buttons, scout-style achievement badges for your pets to earn for protecting you against the mailman, hiding a bone, or bringing you the best "gift", and Sarah crochets super cute amigurumi plush toys, like turtles and bees!
Tiffany Boyle, Confetti Moon (Cards + Paper)
Confetti Moon is a woman-owned, creative, small business... equal parts love & rebellion! What started out as a project to upcycle thrifted coffee mugs and share hand stitched hearts, grew into the wild child shop that is now Confetti Moon! My products are an amalgam of 90's nostalgia, modern pop culture, and social justice. The primary goal? Smash the patriarchy one craft at a time and have fun while doing it!
Rachel Regula, Re.Think Collective (Accessories (including bags))
Re.Think Collective is a collective of sustainable and zero-waste products made by local small businesses in Ohio. All of our products are made by small businesses in the Cleveland and Columbus areas!
Find me at: Winterland