Meet our 78th St makers!
Our largest annual holiday show at 78th Street Studios is Saturday December 10th from 10:00 a.m. til 9:00 p.m. and Sunday the 11th from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. The building's resident artists will be open as well.
We've been hosting Bazaar at 78th Street since 2004 (yes, you read that correctly) and we can't wait to see you there.
RSVP here and invite your friends!
Mary Clark, Tiny Cloud Ceramics (Ceramics) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Tiny Cloud Ceramics is the name of the Akron-based ceramic studio of Mary Clark. Mixing their kawaii style with a dash of 50s surface design, they produce functional ceramic works that are as unique as they are fun. Each piece is hand made and decorated with a variety of freehand carved original designs and decorated in bright candy colors. Their ever evolving work features unique shapes, delightful surface design and focuses on making your day a little happier."
Diana Jankowski, Sugar Bomb Confections (Food) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Handmade craft candies and sweets."
Shannon Hogarth, Crescent Rose Craft (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“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 your other favorite pieces. From statements to dainty feminine wares, there is something here for everyone!"
Eric Strickland, Funky Designs Concrete Decor (Home Decor) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Funky Designs Unique Concrete is the name for the unusual products Eric Strickland makes using his artisan mix of smooth, colorful concrete. Eric makes a wide assortment of art, decor, and jewelry in his home studio in Canton, OH. The artwork ranges from samples of his swirling concrete designs floating in laser-cut clear acrylic to canvas pieces. The decor includes candle holders, planters, coasters, seasonal pieces, and more. The lightweight, comfortable jewelry features stones cast in his unique style, mounted on stainless steel or wood and used for earrings, pendants, bracelets and rings. Funky Designs Unique Concrete consistently defies expectations."
Lina ElRichani, MsCotti's Biscotti & Scones (Food) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Pre-Packaged "Softer" Biscotti, Scones, & Cookies. Gluten free options are also available!"
Christopher Charek, Tea Dude (Food) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Tea Dude teas are hand blended in small batches using all original recipes. Each one was uniquely created and balanced by the dude himself for your enjoyment. With over 30 blends available so far, if you like tea, we have something for you!"
Ann Cinovec, annmade goods (Accessories) Online | Facebook | Instagram
"I have been crafting for as long as I can remember and knitting since I taught myself at 16. I've always made gifts for family and friends and loved to create cards and home decor. But at some point, about 5 years ago I started knitting hats and I just can't seem to stop. I fell in love with bold colors, high quality fiber, and satisfied customers."
Kerri O'Connor, Fleur de Life Jewelry (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“It is my passion to create captivating jewelry and cut stones that are alluring, versatile, and vibrant with the feelings of pure joy and inspiration - talismans or amulets to wear throughout the day. It is my intent that this will be passed on to the wearer. Why? If you are happy, you will naturally spread it like wild fire to everyone around you. And then they will feel good too! I use captivating, natural gemstones, lustrous sterling and fine silver, gold-filled and copper metals in my designs. Why? Historically precious stones and metals have been used to embue leaders with strength, courage, will and other positive qualities. And in today's terms, precious metals and gemstones are eco-friendly. They are healthy, naturally beautiful, and feel wonderful against your skin."
Lora DiFranco, Free Period Press (Cards + Paper) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Free Period Press translates the latest research about living well into simple and friendly tools to help you slow down, unplug, and take care. In a world designed to distract us into always wanting more, we're here to remind you to check in with what really matters and to keep a sense of humor along the way. Come for our adorable stickers, stay for our thoughtful personal growth workbooks."
Ryan Frisby, Fire Baby Studio (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Fire Baby Studio intentionally creates and bold everyday accessories with polymer clay that are designed to ignite joy. With a primary focus in eclectic handmade earrings, you will find that whether you pick up a pair of earrings or find yourself drawn to the various other accessories created at Fire Baby Studio one thing remains true color stories are a love language around here. Every product is intentionally well made with high quality hypoallergenic findings to ensure that the treasures you bring home with you will last a lifetime."
Rhiannon Blahnik, Sweet Thing Baked Goods (Food) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“I've been baking with my mom ever since I was a toddler, and always had a flare for elaborately decorated cookies. As I got older, I refined my technique, and started to bake cookies for friends and special occasions. After receiving complements for cookies made for a cookie swap in 2018, I was encouraged to start selling cookies to customers and friends. In February 2019, I created my own cottage industry side hustle, Sweet Thing Baked Goods. Since then, it has been my pleasure to bake cookies for all sorts of special occasions: birthdays, bridal showers, baby showers, graduations, holidays, and "just because."
Allan Smith, Fjord and Fable (Home Decor) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“FJORD AND FABLE is an LGBT-owned and operated home and body brand based in Pittsburgh, PA. They hand blend and pour pure soy-based candles, and other aromatic goods. They have recently released clean liquid hand soap, that is animal cruelty free and contains no sulphates. Additionally, they are working on the release of healthy skin lotions, and other aromatherapy goods. All their products are scented using essential oil infused fragrance, that contain absolutely zero prop 65 chemicals, phthalates, and parabens. These are all harmful chemicals that are commonly found in most mainstream brands, and often cause great harm to home air quality and skin health. FJORD AND FABLE ensures to meticulously test and research every ingredient to ensure the best quality product for your home."
Lynn Abbey-Zukowski, Blue Lake Botanicals LLC (Soap + Spa) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“We make products that support wellness and bring the natural world into your home, including organic herbal teas and aromatic soap and skincare. Our products nourish and transform with each small, handcrafted batch incorporating the unique energies of the individual plants. We use safe and ethically sourced ingredients to create our high quality, effective products. Connect with the gifts of the earth and reimagine self-care."
Kim & Jack Ford, White Squirrel Clayworks (Ceramics) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“White Squirrel Clayworks is a wife and husband team in Oberlin, OH, that have a real love of nature and animals. We started our business after many years of collecting and enjoying handmade pottery and decided to become potters ourselves. You will see a direct relation to the natural, peaceful world in our works. That is our true message. The name of our company came from the town of Oberlin and the colony of white squirrels that live here. (We make a lot of white and black squirrel logo items for locals!) All of our pottery is dishwasher and microwave safe! White Squirrel Clayworks believes in sustainability and uses sustainable products and green energy to create its products. We also offer a line of soap and candles that come from renewable sources and do not have any animal products incorporated into them. (Our products are vegan, any honey or beeswax are vegan alternatives.)"
Carlie Merkle, Into the Pines Jewelry (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“I make handcrafted, small batch jewelry using various techniques adding unique shapes, textures, stones, and more!"
Evan Laisure, The Pastimes Supply Co. (Clothes) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“I own a small printshop that makes products relating to pastimes such as biking, camping, kayaking, fishing, farming, lawn mowing, dog walking, coffee loving, and many more. I draw and silkscreen print all the products in my basement on items such as shirts, hats, backpacks, notebooks, candles, coffee mugs, keychains, stickers, patches, and many other products found in boutiques. I do this work because I love it and and being able to meet people at shows like these has become such a major part of my life since going out on my own."
Lauren Back, Backattack Snacks (Food) Online | Facebook | Instagram
"Backattack Snacks is an award-winning, premium, gourmet snack company specializing in beef jerky, vegan jerky, flavored, oven-roasted almonds, and trail mix. All of our snacks use all natural ingredients, with no added sugar, preservatives or nitrites. It's food, not science!"
Abbie Swisher, Crochet Kitty (Kids + Pets) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“We created Crochet Kitty with two objectives, providing uber quality handmade cat toys designed, made, and packaged in the USA and to motivate cat playtime to reduce the 68% national average of overweight cats."
Kate Craine, Sweet Punkette (Home Decor) Online | Facebook | Instagram
"I use previously damaged vinyl records to create clocks and multiple styles of jewelry. 45rpm record clocks are made from the actual 45 record single. They make awesome gifts, especially when customers find that special artist or song! The LP clocks and cuffs are hand painted and the cuffs are hand-sanded and shaped. The earrings are cut from the original record labels- all completely one-of-a-kind. In addition, I make large pendant necklaces featuring tarot cards and celebrity mug shots- they make great conversation pieces! My shop name comes from my nickname given to me by Betsey Johnson. When I worked for her, she would call me her "Sweet Punkette""
Haley Mortensen, Thistlebury (Cards + Paper) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Thistlebury is a stationery and gift line that features the hand drawn characters and stories of Haley Mortensen. Haley uses traditional and digital media to create her designs and all items are printed and packaged in the USA."
April Bleakney, APE MADE (Original Art) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“APE MADE is a one-woman business - all artwork, design, screen printing, and packaging is done by hand by April Bleakney (aka Ape). While the company officially launched out of Ape's Kent basement in 2011, you may have APE MADE shirts dating back to 2009 when she began printing on the side during the recession. More recently, Ape has shifter her energies towards mural work and large-scale commissions. Beyond art and prints, APE MADE creates items for everyone - adults, children, babies, pets, and home - using only the comfiest apparel and aiming to maintain affordability across the line. All items are handmade in Cleveland, Ohio. All of our products are hand printed using eco-friendly, water-based textile inks and no machines or harsh chemicals. Blanks are sourced from companies with high certifications in both their humane working conditions and environmental impact."
Gina Giallombardo, Carhops Burger Sauce LLC (Food) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“We make and sell freeze dried candy, fruit, veggies and smoothie powders. We also make & sell Carhops Burger sauce line."
Michelle Touma, Unique Spirit Designs LLC (Clothes) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Unique Spirit Designs uses recycled fabrics to create one of a kind clothing and accessories for children and adults. Integrate a poncho and arm warmers into your fall/winter wardrobe for an effortless combination of style, comfort, and warmth. I also offer home accessories, blankets, quilts, which can be personalized with embroidery for the perfect gift."
Heather Smotzer, Heather Smotzer Jewelry (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“I design and hand make fine jewelry using traditional metalsmithing techniques out of sterling silver, copper and brass"
Samantha Hudson, Snow. (Fiber Arts) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Snow. makes pop culture inspired crocheted figures in the Japanese style of amigurumi. From movies and TV shows, to dinosaurs, animals, plants, and outer space; these sustainably handmade cuties are enjoyed by children and adults alike."
Colleen Yappueying, Co.Curated (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Co.Curated is a handcrafted jewelry and lifestyle brand focusing on the simple abstraction of shapes and color palettes to induce emotion. My work is primarily made in polymer clay, and concrete and all of my pieces are crafted with care in my Toledo, Ohio studio."
Karly West, The Scholarly Banana (Kids + Pets) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“The Scholarly Banana is a claymation-style graphic novel series that retells old, gruesome fairy tales and tricks you into learning fun facts about them! Think CREEPY FAIRY TALES meets CLIFFS NOTES meets ADULT SWIM CLAYMATION...meets a banana!"
Jacqueline Kowalski, St. Croix Farms (Home Decor) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“St.Croix Farms produces locally-sourced botanical creations to beautify your corner of the world. Our product line changes with the seasons in order to create a festive atmosphere."
Caylie Mindling, Cayligraphy (Cards + Paper) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Cayligraphy is a pun-tastic name I grew into when I combined my given name and my chosen field. It's always evolving as I do and it's rarely serious, usually silly, and amiably simple. Each Cayligraphy piece begins as an inky hand-lettered or drawn illustration that is deeply inspired by Mother Nature, sending goodness, and laughing your pants off with your friends at 2am. Fueled by my staunch appreciation of (and dedication to) art being fused into our lives, those pieces will become prints, stickers, cards, notebooks, and reusable bags. I revel in branching out into delightful new mediums and have been known to put a Cayligraphy spin on pyrography, glass painting, leatherwork, screen printed goodies, and more. I believe that what we make matters, and how we make matters just as much, so I plant a tree for every two stickers sold via my Love Your Mother program, print with wind power on recycled paper, produce my reusable bags in small batches with a factory in Mexico that treats their workers with respect and pays them well, and am working toward becoming completely plastic neutral."
Natalie Worcester, Powerful Parallel (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Powerful Parallel offers unique, one of a kind jewelry that is weighted, measured and often asymmetric - truly valuing difference and the balance it offers. Using a collection of stones, crystals, vintage glass and mixed metals, I create symmetric and asymmetric earrings and necklaces, along with my signature trifecta - a set of three mix and match asymmetrical earrings. My hope is that my work sparks you to follow your curiosity, embrace your uniqueness, choose your journey and feel every bit of beautiful that you are."
Sean Hirsch & Zach Wise, Soothing Sloth Soap Co. (Soap + Spa) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Soothing Sloth specializes in handmade skincare products with a particular passion for bath bombs. We offer a wide variety of natural self-care items including scrubs, clay face masks, cold-process soap, salves, bath bombs and more. Soothing Sloth is a proud LGBTQIA+ owned and operated business that has been crafting high quality skincare in Cleveland since 2017."
Jeffrey Cornute, Red Velvet Mens Grooming Company (Soap + Spa) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Beard care, colognes, perfumes, bodywash, candles, coffee, hand sanitizer, lotions."
Nicole Dzurko, Revival Body Care (Soap + Spa) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Revival Body Care is a line of ALL NATURAL Skin, Lip and Hair Care created using only the finest quality Organic, Fair Trade, 100% Vegan Ingredients. Revival Body Care is committed to using ingredients that are sustainable, ethically sourced, fair-trade, cruelty-free, and organic. All to ensure healthy nourished skin, lips, and hair without the use of toxins, artificial chemicals, colors, fragrances, or fillers. EVERY ingredient serves a purpose."
Sarah Flinn, Superfine Yarn Co. (Fiber Arts) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“From bright neons to chic pastels, Superfine Yarn Co. has the hand dyed yarn you've been searching for. Our yarns are carefully chosen and attentively cared for from beginning to end of the hand-dyeing process. Using custom mixed dyes, we create vibrant colorways of irresistible knitting fibers."
Beverly Vinch, Washed Ashore Jewelry, LLC (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Washed Ashore Jewelry was born from the Vinch Family of Lakewood, OH picking beach glass from the shores of Lake Erie in the 1960's and saving if for decades. Only to be repurposed into beautiful pieces of jewelry and coastal art. We feature found beach glass and shipwreck pottery on all of our pieces."
Jennifer M Scott, The Ash House Soap Atelier Online | Facebook | Instagram
“The Ash House Soap Atelier creates botanical handmade soaps using natural colorants and essential oils. The soaps which are made with intention in small batches by owner Jen Scott (mom, artist, & nature lover) are created using local & small producer ingredients when possible. Evallia soaps contain lush natural ingredients while remaining free of palm oil, synthetic fragrances, and artificial colors."
Gabe Smith, Guardian Cutting Boards (Home Decor) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Guardian Cutting Boards are made in Cleveland from sustainably harvested American hardwoods. Each board is handcrafted to highlight the natural beauty and durability of the wood. A wooden cutting board is a pleasure to work on, can elevate any meal, and can stand up to a lifetime of daily use."
Keith Ten Eyck, L'Poster Boutique (Original Art) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“I rebranded! Alternative movie prints and unique gig posters."
Clark Pope, Pope's Kitchen (Food) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Pope's Kitchen is a small batch sauce and cocktail syrup company. Products and created and marketed under the Pope's brand, focusing on locally sourced ingredients whenever possible. For example, all of the tomatoes and peppers used in our sauces and bloody mary mixes come out of Sandusky County. Pope's Kitchen has been creating sauces for the Cleveland market for 10 years and bring a total of 36 different products to market."
Aaron Novak, Whiskertin (Home Decor) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Handcrafted lamps from Akron Ohio. Our lamps are made from numerous repurposed objects. Each lamp has its own unique design and function. Whiskertin has been in business for 7 years and has a new showroom coming to Cleveland this year."
Cyndi Reilly, Clark Pottery Studio (Ceramics) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Cyndi Reilly is the owner and potter behind Clark Pottery, a whimsical home-based studio in Solon, Ohio! Cyndi's inspiration comes from the things she loves the most: travel and nature. What she observes from her surroundings and the feelings she experiences often reflect in the design of these one-of-a-kind pieces. Her passion for ceramics started in her early teens and has flourished ever since. Small batch pottery allows Cyndi to experiment and challenge herself with new ideas and designs, which can be both entertaining and striking."
Jess Kinsinger, Sassyfrass (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“I create asymmetrical jewelry art from salvaged architectural parts, fine metals and gemstones, and found objects. I love incorporating the past stories carried within each and every object I use to create my pieces. History holds depth and meaning, and I try to honor that in my work."
Allison Bowser, Bloom Bath Co. (Soap + Spa) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Bloom Bath Co. is committed to transforming every day routines into self-care rituals through our line of cruelty-free body care essentials. Each product is handcrafted in small batches and is formulated with 100% natural, ethically-sourced ingredients."
Kate Kehoe, ChicalooKate (Cards + Paper) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“A customer once said that the slogan for ChicalooKate should be Appropriately inappropriate and it probably should. We specialize in snarky and humorous goods such as mugs, magnets and notebooks that celebrate our love of words... especially swear words."
Michael Killik, Killik Hot Sauce Company (Food) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“The best fermented hot sauce you'll ever taste."
Robyn Durlin, NARFdesign LLC (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“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 featured in each jewelry design is sourced from either Lake Erie or from the coast of Maine!"
Sarah Krisher, Sarah Krisher Studio (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“I design and make jewelry for individuals who appreciate handmade, quality pieces. My jewelry is created with special attention to the details in color, texture, overall aesthetics and wearability for various occasions. The Sarah Krisher Studio slogan, "Everywear Everyday, Handmade Jewelry" embodies the versatility and effortlessness of incorporating these unique handmade pieces into your own style and daily life."
Katie Ford, Whereabouts (Cards + Paper) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Whereabouts, previously Fiber and Gloss, is an art and gift brand meant to help you celebrate the place(s) you call home, your favorite destinations, moments, and memories through hand illustrated goods. Whereabouts is owned and run by artist Katie Ford, who started her business journey after finding herself missing out on creating work for herself a few years in to her art teaching career. We're best known for our map prints that feature small towns, cities, islands, and all kinds of other locations all over the US. We also offer a variety of printed goods such as greeting cards, magnets, stickers, and more, all of which are printed locally in the greater Midwest region. Every piece is hand illustrated with a great deal of time and research into capturing the very essence of each location. We make great pieces that are perfect for even the hardest to shop for in your life!"
Miranda Tulcewicz, Miranda Lynn Designs (Cards + Paper) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Founded in 2016, Miranda Lynn Designs is a virtual corner store where you can find unique things to show off your individuality. Our items are hand illustrated from the beginning which lets us create a variety of products including art prints, stickers, mugs, pins and so much more. Our products are whimsical, lighthearted, and will put a smile on your face!"
Autumn Johnston, The Pierogi Lady (Food) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“We hand make over 100 varieties of pierogi. Everything from traditional to crazy."
Sarah Pierce, Pierce Jewelry (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“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 in some of the pieces brings additional color and depth to the line. Many of the pieces also feature the signature leaf shape and hammer texture."
Kelly Ng-Feng, The Honeypot (Food) Instagram
“Growing up as a first generation Asian American and restaurant kid, food was not only how my parents expressed their sentiments, but it was also how our family connected and celebrated our Cantonese culture. I've always enjoyed baking for loved ones; similar to my parents, I came to recognize that food is also my love language. My chemistry background, sweet tooth, and busy-bee spirit together form The Honeypot. Like my parents' restaurant, I envision The Honeypot macarons to honor special occasions, to sweeten everyday life, and to say what can't be said with words."
Tanya Long, Inisona (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Inisona is a collection of porcelain and sterling silver jewelry. Each piece of porcelain is carefully formed by hand and fired in a kiln to 2200°F. The silver components are then pierced, filed, sanded, and soldered into position around the fired ceramics. Cleveland based artist Tanya Anne Long is the sole artist and designer behind Inisona. She received her MFA in ceramics from Cranbrook Academy of Art and her BFA from Pratt Institute. She has spent the last decade working in ceramics studios around the world, continuously developing her jewelry practice alongside her sculpture practice. Her aim for Inisona is to translate the joy she finds through making into tiny, wearable, works of art that others can enjoy for a lifetime."
Kim Henderson, So CLE Tees (Clothes) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“So CLE Tees is a Cleveland-based clothing brand offering unique designs that highlight the best our city has to offer since 2014. Drawing inspiration from Cleveland's landmarks, neighborhoods, rich history, people, cultures and traditions, our designs give Clevelanders apparel they'll be proud to rep around town and anywhere their travels may take them. We are proud to print local and offer t-shirts that are soft, comfortable and fashion forward for men, women and even the kiddos!"
Victoria Semarjian, Serpent & Crow (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Serpent & Crow is one-of-a-kind copper electroformed jewelry with a focus on beautiful & unusual stones, crystals, minerals & gems. I make everything by hand in my Lakewood, Ohio studio. The electroforming process is the perfect blend of art & science & allows me to showcase Mother Nature's hard work."
Adam Nelson, The Daggerfish Gear Co (Accessories) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Founded by the son of a National Park Ranger, the Daggerfish Gear Company creates exceptional handcrafted gear for exploring the outdoors, all made from natural materials. Whether you're fishing, foraging, hiking, or camping, Daggerfish has the handcrafted gear you need to find calm and confidence in the wilderness. Our flagship product, the Daggerfish Handreel, is a handcrafted fishing kit that combines a rod, reel, and tackle box into one ultralight package. Designed for handline fishing, these reels have no moving parts - simply tie on a lure, cast out by hand, and reel back in by hand. Combined with a casting bubble and a set of streamers, handreels can even be used for handline-style fly fishing. Lightweight, compact, and extremely portable, it meets TSA requirements for carry-on bags, so whether you're tossing it into your backpack, bike bag, kayak, or glove box, the Daggerfish can help you turn every trip into a fishing trip. In addition to handcrafted backpack fishing gear, Daggerfish offers foraging bags, waxed canvas stuff sacks, and other gear for exploring the outdoors. More information about Daggerfish is available at daggerfishgear.com or on Instagram at @daggerfishgear."
Clara Manfredi, C. M. Manfredi's Emporium of Wonders (Original Art) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“I make monsters."
Mike Rodemann / Anne Hillson Kennedy, The Hillson Nut Company (Food) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“An authentic taste of Cleveland! The Hillson nut company is a family owned and operated edible nut company founded in 1935 during the midst of the great depression. Everything roasted in house is small batch with great attention given to every pound to make sure to offer the best quality product. Many Clevelanders consider The Hillson nut company to be one of the city's hidden gems."
Taylor Ruddy, Moose and Lulu's (Kids + Pets) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Moose and Lulu's began by combining a passion for crafting with a love for our dogs. We pride ourselves on offering premium ingredient dog treats and high quality, one of kind, pet tags. Our focus will always be on quality and integrity but ultimately we are in business to make a positive difference in our pets' lives and feed them treats we can all be excited about."
Ashley Ross, The Cuddle Cult (Original Art) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“The Cuddle Cult creates a plethora of pop culture inspired, hand drawn, digital art plush toys, stickers, prints and more! Inspired by tv, film and fandoms each piece of the ever expanding catalog of characters spans a multitude of genres and there is sure to be something for everyone!"
Kati Hanimagi, Oddball Press (Cards + Paper) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Oddball Press offers contemporary greetings and printed goods. Founded in 2007 by Kati Hanimagi, the company embraces letterpress and offset printing, quality design, and jokes. The products are achieved through a combination of modern technologies and processes of the past. Based in Cleveland, Ohio, the Oddball Press Team strives to please and delight with ink on paper."
Jessica Graves, Una Biologicals (Soap + Spa) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Una Biologicals is a woman owned natural beauty + wellness brand. Started in Jessica's kitchen over 15 years ago, they produce a full line of bath + body care products for the whole family. Making gift giving easy, they have something for everyone - divine lotions + soaps, essential oils, face care, perfumes, herbal tea, or a good smelling rub to ease that back pain. They set you up to win this holiday!"
Laura Gavin, Mars Design Studio, LLC (Home Decor) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Laura & Jon are deaf artists that create handcrafted and artistic custom cutting, charcuterie, cheese and butcher block boards, trivets, coasters and new additional of serving/platter bowls. Each piece exhibits the same attention to detail and devotion to quality that define these two artists. Each piece is unique; hand-crafted of the finest Appalachian hardwoods and hand-rubbed with the purest natural oils and beeswax. Their work is most beautiful, practical and affordable. Laura and Jon are deaf artists who have been sculpting Pittsburgh's outdoor spaces for almost 16 years. Four years ago, they created Mars Design Studio to produce exquisite & unique cutting/charcuterie boards and custom tables during the winter months. Their landscapes and wood designs infuse beauty into everyday life. From a 5,000 square foot patio to the 1 square foot cutting board, each project is executed with attention to the smallest detail."
Crystal Charleston, Rose & Perry Co (Soap + Spa) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Rose & Perry Co is a company that specializes and are known for our massage oil candles! We make all cold-process, goat milk soap, massage bar soaps, squeeze wax, wax melts, massage oil candles and more in small batches to ensure quality using ingredients you can pronounce."
Samuel Trohman, NOSH Butters (Food) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Ohio-based NOSH Butters produces small batch craft nut butters. Natural Originals to Satisfy your Hunger are what we do best. Our plant based snacks are perfect for spreading, baking, drizzling, scooping, spreading, whatevering. All of our products are gluten free, dairy free, palm oil free, wholesome and delicious. At NOSH®, we believe food is the key to connecting people, and that our small, family run company can be used as a vehicle for creating positive change in the world. We are committed to continuously improving our environmentally and socially conscious business practices. Right now, that means: Excluding palm oil from 100% of our products Using plastic free and/or recyclable packaging as much as possible Offering a glass jar reuse program to minimize waste Partnering with local suppliers to improve healthy food access and keep our local economy strong Helping to support causes and organizations we care about And starting in 2021, contributing 1% of our sales to climate and social justice efforts "
Samantha Phillips, Venus In Aquarius Apothica LLC (Soap + Spa) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Venus In Aquarius Apothica is an herbalist formulated apothecary specializing in micro-batched herbal body care, conscious aromatherapy, and seasonal herbalism. Our intention is to create products that invite you to tend to your inner world and carve time for rest, relaxation, and recalibration so you can go forth and live from your higher self."
Jennifer E Couch, Jenci (Accessories) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Bags and purses made from reclaimed materials such as wool suit jackets, car seatbelts and cork tree bark. Each bag is unique and created one at a time. Design elements from the original materials are individually worked onto each bag. This is a great way to highlight its reclaimed nature and show a commitment to upcycling and sustainability."
Dalia Jean, Dalia Jean Designs, LLC (Home Decor) Online | Facebook | Instagram
"Dalia Jean Designs offers a variety of handmade goods including original watercolor paintings and prints, creative gifts like pinback buttons, postcards, and waterproof stickers, and even a collection of handmade sterling silver jewelry. Dalia Jean has also written, illustrated and published her first children's book titled, Be Still, Love Nature. Dalia Jean's line of beautiful work focuses on a love for nature, animals, Cleveland, and Ohio."
Amira Fahmy, baked AF (Food) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“My name is Amira Fahmy (hence AF) and I'm the baker behind the throwback snacks. I'm a brown girl who was raised by a single dad in the 90s, and I grew up with an endless love for all things Little Debbie, Hostess, and Nabisco. A few years ago I set out to build a business around making baked goods that would bring people joy. I bounced around with a few different ideas, but once I made my first batch of oatmeal cream pies (aka OCPs), it instantly became clear--throwback snacks are just kind of my jam. Since then, we've expanded our lineup from OCPs to other throwback classics all scratch-made from quality ingredients plus a little bit of science and a lot of whimsy at our bakery in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. While I'm not a vegan bakery, the majority of my baked goods do happen to be 100% plant based."
Sarah Larson, Ellie Jane Bags (Accessories) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Ellie Jane Bags are designed and built with everyday adventures in mind, using waxed canvas, leather, and solid brass hardware. We believe in bags that are functional, durable, but still look good with your favorite pair of jeans. These handcrafted bags are lined in a waterproof material making them easy to clean. Ellie Jane Bags are beautiful, reliable, and a perfect companion for all your adventures."
Rachel Fichter, The MacBath (Soap + Spa) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“The MacBath creates literary goats milk soaps for the discerning geek. My creamy and sudsy soaps are each hand stamped with a witty quotation from popular works of Shakespeare, Fantasy, Sci Fi, Jane Austen, and more. Each soap stamp is designed and 3d printed by me, making each one entirely unique to The MacBath. My soaps make a thoughtful gift for your bookworm friends and family, or a bathtime indulgence for yourself. Because in addition to being pretty, good smelling, and clever, it's also just...really good soap."
Dawn Shimp, fashionsplatter (Fiber Arts) Online | Facebook | Instagram
"in search of an aesthetic both cozy and avant garde i have created and discarded many selves. yarn connects them, informed by modern textures and pictures of vintage hats. inspired by people present and lost it began in the 70s. it likes to go back there. it is weird."
Cydney Gintert, hcg Designs (Glass + Candles) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“I create kiln fused glass and hand make each piece. I kiln-fire my designs using the fusing and casting processes. My work requires multiple firings before each piece is finally cold-worked then slumped."
Alysse Boyd, Stuffed Hot Cocoa Bombs (Food) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“As the owner of Rocky River-based Stuffed Hot Cocoa Bombs, Alysse combines her imaginative flair and love for cooking to craft small batch, handmade cocoa bombs. Her delicious, and equally beautiful and unique designs, are meticulously created to enjoy as part of the holidays or any special occasion clients can think of and might request."
Jessica McArthur, Dixie Doozle's Puparoozles (Kids + Pets) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“I make gourmet dog treats that are all natural with no preservatives. I source local and organic ingredients to maintain the best quality while also supporting other local businesses and farms. I make basic dog treat bags in a variety of popular flavors including peanut butter pancakes, and bacon cheddar. The gourmet treats I offer include doggie donuts, s'mores, a variety of themed decorated cookies, and pupcakes. I pride myself in being able to please even the pickiest pup!"
Deborah Shapiro, Deborah Shapiro Art (Original Art) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“I sell prints and originals of my torn magazine paper art."
Krystal Tomlinson, Live Dream Create (Kids + Pets) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Krystal loves to create plushies from felt, fleece, and other cuddly materials by hand. Whether you're looking for cuddly stuffed animal friend, felt foods for your play area, a quirky desk buddy, or a locally made memento - there's something fun for everyone at Live Dream Create!"
Addy Neilson, Tangled Earth Arts (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Tangled Earth Arts specializes in unique, fantasy inspired jewelry, art and accessories, using techniques based in both metalworking and chainmaille. Each piece is handmade using high quality materials such as copper, bronze, brass, stainless steel, and titanium. My signature copper patina and titanium anodizing let me create colors and patterns that are truly one of a kind, and just a little bit magical."
Danielle Capotosto, Dippity and Snark (Cards + Paper) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Dippity and Snark is an independent design studio offering cards, stationery and illustrated goods. Dippity and Snark was created by Akron, Ohio native Danielle, a graphic designer and illustrator. Each design is drawn by hand and feature's Danielle's signature sense of humor. You'll find so many fun goodies from stickers and stuffies to sassy greeting cards. Dippity and Snark is your one stop gift shop!"
Jess Bennett, Letterpress Jess (Cards + Paper) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Inspired by an appreciation for all things pop art and pop culture, printmaker Jess Bennett (AKA Letterpress Jess) continues the historic tradition of letterpress printmaking from her Canton, Ohio, print shop. In 2013, Bennett rescued a 2,500-pound cast iron printing press, affectionately known as "Big Sal" from the scrap heap. Today, she utilizes a mix of vintage type and cuts alongside modern photopolymer plates to take her digital designs from the computer to the printed product. Letterpress Jess creates cute, crass, and smart-ass letterpress greetings and stationery, art prints, and gifts (including totes, candles, pins and stickers). Every piece from Letterpress Jess is hand printed (one at a time) on vintage Chandler & Price printing presses. Bennett has participated in group and juried shows and maker markets throughout Ohio, Indiana, Pennsylvania and Illinois and her goods are available in more than 250 shops around the country."
Krista Beitl, Chewlinka G.E.A.R. (Kids + Pets) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“We design and make dog collars, bandanas, and bowties. We also make t-shirts for all the dog lovers. A portion of all sales go back to local rescues in northeast Ohio." Kristin Ellis, Kristin Ellis Jewelry Artist (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram “Using traditional silversmithing, enameling, lost wax casting and gem cutting techniques, I make fine art jewelry out of sheet, wire, and scrap metals. Discarded objects often become the starting point of my designs. I use hammers and anvils to forge curving forms that I see in my mind's eye. At times, I cut away from the original object, using shears and saws or melt metal down to cast it into new forms. Design is an adventure for me: an improvisation, an experiment. Since I picked up my first hammer, I have followed the artistic journey of metalsmithing. And I've never looked back."
Kristin Alford, it's a cup of paint (Original Art) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Painting is relaxing, fun, messy, and it gives me an opportunity to creatively manage life's challenges. Through fluid acrylic, I paint slate coasters, a variety of wood shapes, and canvas in various sizes. I also paint acrylic ornaments and glass (cups, vases, shot glasses) in colorful dot mandalas. I'm constantly evolving and painting in new ways, through new mediums, and on new surfaces:I'm excited to continue growing and exploring my craft and the audience it appeals to."
Lorissa Schaefer, Lorissa Schaefer (Original Art) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“My artwork is rooted in what I find aesthetically pleasing in the environment around me. I find pleasure in objects that are odd, curious, dainty, retro, and colorful. It is with these objects that I try to find the humor within them, and illustrate what comes to mind. I use bold lines and colors to do this referencing styles that can be found in old school tattooing techniques and the super graphic ultra modern movement. My medium of choice is a digital program and tablet."
Kristin Terrell, Sweet Bean (Food) Online | Facebook | Instagram
"Focusing on handmade filled chocolates and bean to bar, with the occasional marshmallow or other baked confection, we create the treats we love to eat. We hope you’ll love ‘em too. Often referred to as ‘tiny works of art’, our shiny + bright signature chocolates are hand -painted, -molded, and -filled with ganache, caramel or fondant made from scratch in our kitchen."
Jenn Szalkowski, Refill Goodness (Soap + Spa) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Refill Goodness is an eco market and refillery, offering environmentally friendly solutions to help reduce waste and save the planet. We offer bulk refills on body care and cleaning products and sustainable swaps for the most wasteful items in your home and life. Our goal is to make low-waste living more accessible and to give people an alternative for how they source the things that they need."
Elio Calabrese, Urban Planting Cleveland (Home Decor) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Urban Planting provides a large variety of interior tropical plants and accessories. Our second location now open in Tremont is a tropical oasis with larger varieties and space to grow!"
Hannah Manocchio, Snakes + Acey's (T-Shirts) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Snakes + Acey's is a female owned and operated small screen printing shop located in historic Little Italy. Each item we create is hand drawn, designed, and then hand printed in house. All our merchandise is hand printed using completely green methods that are environmentally friendly. Our line of artwork, apparel, and merchandise deals with everything from social issues, inclusivity, and the love for our city. From coasters to art prints, tote bags to tees, postcards to journals - we make something for everyone."
Sarah Learn & Deanna Guerrieri, My Beverly Jewelry (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“We create vintage inspired jewelry using real pressed flowers. Many flowers used in our designs come from our home gardens."
Sara Rockburn, 2 ODD BIRDS (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“2 ODD BIRDS is a culmination of an artist's passion to bring you unique, nature-inspired jewelry. Completely sourced from Mother Nature, I hand pick each stone and start my process. Complimenting each piece with brass that has been through an oxidization process gives an aged-weathered appeal, as if the stones were dug from the ground. I do not strive to make pretty, shiny, and perfect but more like Cleveland, my pieces are unique, raw, and have imperfections. My passion is to transform these pieces into beautiful wearable jewelry for you to love and appreciate over time."
Rachel Whitcomb, Rosmarino Candles (Glass + Candles) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“rosmarino candles is a one woman operation specializing in long lasting & non toxic candles, lovingly hand-poured in small batches and finished off in recyclable, compostable, and plastic free packaging."
Dylan Kamalay, Water Bear Clay Co. (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Water Bear Clay Co. is a small women-owned business that was established in late 2019 and specializes in handmade polymer clay jewelry. We believe in the playful spirit of water with the way it adapts and forgives, a flexible force of nature that we hope to emulate in our art. Polymer clay as a material is incredibly lightweight, which allows for statement styles without the sacrifice of comfort. Made with hypoallergenic metals, eclectic shapes, and intentionally mixed colors; we strive to create products with longevity and sustainability in mind."
Stephanie Paynter, Stephanie Lee Paynter (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“A Classic Metalsmith with a Modern Eye: Stephanie Lee Paynter is a jewelry designer, metalsmith, artist, sculptor, seamstress, and mother of three. I call my design style "Organic Industrial." All of my work is made by hand in my studio at the Twist Drill Building in Cleveland, Ohio. I take inspiration from my Southwest roots, my love of modernist art and minimalism, and the grit and industry of the rust belt. My work pairs classic metalsmithing techniques with on-trend style to create truly unique pieces of wearable art - from very affordable, to high-end and one-of-a-kind."
Sahithya Wintrich, CHUTNI PUNCH (Food) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“CHUTNI PUNCH is a line of shelf stable dry spice condiments inspired by South Indian family recipes. They are easy to use on just about anything. All you need to do is sprinkle, mix or toss them with anything, anytime - eggs, salad, vegetables, hummus, pizza, rice, meats, baked potatoes and more. The CHUTNI PUNCH line comes in three versatile and tasty blends, Savory Chana - a mild seasoning blend for a smooth and zesty zing, Super Sesame - a medium seasoning blend for a crunchy and nutty kicker and Spicy Peanut - a hot and garlicky seasoning blend for a warm and spicy wallop."
Chris Deighan, Chris Deighan Art (Original Art) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“I make freehand ink drawings on paper that are often based on architecture and history. I am also a screen printer. I print my work on paper and shirts. I also sell waterproof stickers and tote bags."
Randy Crider, Randy Crider Art (Original Art) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“I'm a designer, illustrator, and sometimes painter from Cleveland, Ohio. In the past couple years I've taught myself to screen print posters in the makeshift studio that I've built in the basement. I take the best weird stuff hidden in my sketchbooks and work hard to craft them into something you'd want to put on your wall. I hand print everything on card stock with acrylic ink and only do short runs. Everything is signed and numbered on the back."
Tanya Green, Juliabelle Seasonings (Food) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Julia Belle's Seasonings, Rubs & Mixes makes hand-blended seasonings that are naturally vegan, contain no GMO, MSG, or artificial colors with a wide assortment of salt and sugar-free options. Our baking and side-dish mixes can all be made with 2 or 3 ingredients. Tanya Green started the business after she found an old trunk filled with recipes left by her mother."
Kelly Zalenski, TWINZZSHOP (Kids + Pets) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“I design and create handsewn recycled t-shirt appliques on onesies, tees, hats, and more that celebrate twins, siblings, and all the single babies! Many of my designs are punny, appeal to the kid at heart, or celebrate local love of Ohio. All text is hand stamped or embroidered by hand. They are each hand sewn so the last wash after wash."
Leah Gosciejew, Hi Cutie Fibers (Fiber Arts) Online | Instagram
“Hi Cutie makes fiber accessories for you and your home! From handmade tufted rugs, pillows, wall hangings and mirrors, to wristlets and makeup bags, they've got something to add color and texture to your life."
Jamie Regula, Silvatica Designs (Jewelry) Online | Instagram
“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."
Travis Howe, Fat T's Cookies (Food) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“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."
Josette Compton, Smart Cookie Bodycare (Soap + Spa) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Smart Cookie Bodycare--formerly Smart Cookie Skincare--is a plant-based company that promotes holistic treatments using natural, and non-inflammatory ingredients. Our value lies in skin repair, specifically for diabetics who not only suffer from acne, eczema, and hyperpigmentation, but also those who struggle to find reasonably priced solutions to their skin needs. All of our products are handmade and formulated by the owner, Dr. Josette Compton."
Tiffany Boyle, Confetti Moon (Cards + Paper) Online | Instagram
“Confetti Moon is a 1 woman-owned, creative, small business... equal parts love and rebellion. My products are an amalgam of 90's nostalgia, modern pop culture, and social justice. I make a little bit of everything: Apparel, Greeting Cards, Pins, Magnets, Stickers, & Unique Party Banners."
Katy Froeter, Solder & Sage (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Solo Maker, Katy Froeter, focuses on making modern, linear designs with an influence in negative and positive space. This year, she will be bringing her micro welder to do permanent bracelets and rings on-site. A great way engage customers with how the some work is created."
Wesley The Keeper, Akron Honey (Food) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Akron Honey is a super fun Honey Brand that's way more than honey. It's about your delicious food and feeling freaking awesome. Our approach to the honey game is what sets us apart. It's not about a jar of honey, but instead about how we can create the best flavors that work amazingly with your favorite foods. Our honey is the stuff that you use on ANYTHING to make it better! Whether it's glazing your salmon or carrots, and brussel sprouts. Or maybe you want to put it all over your pizza to give it insanely great flavor. Or even putting it on your Facebook feed that seems to be barely palatable at times. We'll try anything once."
Kathleen Marcotte, Unibrow Society (Cards + Paper) Online | Instagram
“Unibrow Society is a collaboration between Sara Bicknell and Kathleen Marcotte. We've united under one brow to create thoughtful, empowering, cute, fun, illustrated goods to brighten your day. We believe in laughter, in play, and embracing all the awkward, weird parts of ourselves that make us human."
Bili Kribbs, The Extravaganza of Strange (Cards + Paper) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“The Extravaganza of Strange is a celebration of all things weird and whimsical. I create completely original paintings, digital prints, and miniature resin sculptures of the characters in my head. My style is surreal, immersive, colorful, over-the-top, with a balance of both horror and whimsy. I’m often asked “what were you on when you painted this?" - both a compliment, and a depressing commentary on the assumption that creativity has to be fueled by chemicals. My inspiration comes from my background in animation, as well as toys, puppets, video games, comic books, and cos-play. I’m inspired by past creatives like Jim Henson, H.P. Lovecraft, and Dr. Seuss, as well as modern creatives like Tim Burton, Wayne White, Craola, Dulk, and Alex Pardee. I love reimagining ideas into something cooler and stranger, merging nostalgia with whimsy, and most of all, exploring new techniques and crazy ideas."
Tess Young, Tess Young Jewelry (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Tess Young Jewelry is entirely handmade, minimal and elegant jewelry. High quality recycled gold and silver play with natural gemstones and soft, organic shapes. All of the pieces are well constructed for every day wear, but delicate and precious enough to stand out as fine jewelry. Tess makes each piece by hand in her Cleveland studio."
Martha Stewart, B. Radley (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“The hands behind B. Radley belong to an only slightly less famous Martha Stewart. She makes her gorgeous ceramic pieces in her home studio in Cleveland, OH! Her jewelry pieces have become known for their bright colors, whimsical shapes, graphic patterns, and metallic accents!"
Sarma Kugenieks, Cute Uglies (Fiber Arts) Online | Instagram
“As a lover of all creatures great or small, or real or almost real, I've tried to incorporate their look into my plush creations, which I've branded under the name of Cute Uglies. Fantastical creatures of wild fabrics and colors have been my mainstay for years and a recent shift has taken me down a new path, which includes a focus on using more inspiration from the colorful and odd creatures in nature."
Bryanne Boring-Miscoe, Moon & Yarn (Fiber Arts) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Moon & Yarn is a modern tapestry weaver. Every weaving is made on a loom with speciality fibers that add lots of textures and colors. Each piece is truly one of a kind and will be a unique addition to any home!"
Scott Hudson, Rocket E3 (Clothes) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Rocket E3 is the creative endeavor of Scott Hudson, who lives and works in the North Collinwood neighborhood of Cleveland. Scott designs a line of apparel, stickers and posters with a unique personality and tongue-in-cheek sense of humor. His work resonates with people who love things like old sci-fi and horror movie posters, vintage comic books, pizza, cats with attitude, and a love of the city of Cleveland."
Sarah & Erica Kurfis, Snarky Pants Studios (Accessories) Online | Facebook | Instagram
"Snarky sisters from Ohio create unique designs for the quirky, sassy, fun loving side in all of us. Wordplay, jokes, statements of encouragement, worth, hilarious quotes, and adorable designs are the focus of every product. It all starts with a stellar idea, Sarah sketches the design, then Erica refines it for production. Once perfected, we send our designs out to be printed on cards and stickers, and embroidered into iron-on badges or turned into enamel keychains. We print, cut, and apply the designs for our canvas bags in-house, by hand."
Marcus Schafer, SWORKS (Home Decor) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“I enjoy breaking an idea down to its simplest parts, then designing a unique or unorthodox way to make it anew. My work is 3D, but I sketch, draw, and design in 2D. Each piece is laser-cut flat, and I determine which axis that piece will land on. Using a laser cutter, as well as utilizing a monochromatic color scheme, gives each piece a solid industrial design aesthetic that pairs with my patterns and designs. Inspiration comes from everywhere, and my work continues to evolve as the design and construction methods adapt to what each piece requires. I design and construct boxes, bowls, puzzles, lamps, and wall art, among commissioned pieces and gallery entries. Some items are functional, others make a statement. But they're all SWORKS."
Ashley Smith, Atlas & Aether (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Atlas & Aether is a handmade jewelry and home decor brand that blends innovative techniques with classical metalsmithing. I use 3D printing, electroforming, etching, and found objects to create mixed-media works of art that are immortalized in metal forever."
Kristin Ellis, Kristin Ellis Jewelry Artist (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Using traditional silversmithing, enameling, lost wax casting and gem cutting techniques, I make fine art jewelry out of sheet, wire, and scrap metals. Discarded objects often become the starting point of my designs. I use hammers and anvils to forge curving forms that I see in my mind's eye. At times, I cut away from the original object, using shears and saws or melt metal down to cast it into new forms. Design is an adventure for me: an improvisation, an experiment. Since I picked up my first hammer, I have followed the artistic journey of metalsmithing. And I've never looked back."
Megs LeVesseur, Megs LeVesseur Ceramics (Ceramics) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Inspired by intricate line work and soft color, the Botanical Ceramics Collection utilizes traditional hand-building methods, such as slab construction and coil building. In addition each piece is hand painted with terra sigillata, and carved in the mishima technique. The final step is layering of various glazes to create an interesting depth a field. All pieces are one of a kind and handcrafted for beauty and function."
Debbie Clapper, gneural llc (Original Art) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Debbie Clapper (aka gneural) is an artist and designer currently living in Berea, OH. She has been making art nearly every day since she was nine years old, and there's no stopping her now. Today, her modern abstract geometric art shows up in all sorts of surfaces and situations: drawings and paintings; murals, sidewalks, and streets; interior decor, merchandise, and objects of all sizes. Debbie creates her distinctive work freehand, without a ruler or compass. But her lines manage to feel regular and rhythmic, kinetic and powerful. Debbie loves being a visual artist and enjoys giving others the tools to unleash their imaginations. Aside from making art, she hosts creativity workshops, speaks about the artistic entrepreneur's life, and mentors others in art and design."
DeJah Nixon, Nuni Products (Soap + Spa) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“We are a Sister Duo that specializes in all things Skin. We create Plant Based Bodycare products that are made to be effective and affordable, and luxurious."
Kelly McGreehan, Kay-Em Apparel (T-Shirts) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Cleveland and outdoor inspired apparel and merchandise. Using pop culture and the love of the outdoors to create relatable and eye catching products!"
Melissa K O'Brien, Melissa O'Brien Designs (Jewelry) Online | Instagram
"My passion for jewelry began as a young child rummaging through my grandmothers old jewelry box filled with 1940's costume jewelry. There was this magic transformation that happened when I would drape an oversized rhinestone necklace on my chest and that has stayed with me all this time. My inspiration comes from mostly nature, shapes and forms. I enjoy playing with the use of positive and negative space through various forming and fusing techniques. I enjoy designing and creating jewelry that is understated, modern, and wearable. I strive to create pieces that are casual enough to wear during the day but modern and elegant to transition into the evening."
Laura McGuinness, Laura McGuinness Designs (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Laura McGuinness makes one of a kind pieces of jewelry using silver and semi precious gemstones. Laura prefers to make unique pieces because repetition bores her silly. Laura is inspired by nature--particularly the ocean and all creatures in it--texture, color, and shape. Ably assisted by her regular consumption of an entirely unreasonable amount of coffee, Laura hopes to create something that you will love and wear for years to come."
Dave Gruss, We Bleed Ohio (T-Shirts) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“We Bleed Ohio is a small clothing brand that is big on service and quality. All WBO apparel is designed and hand-printed by owner/artist, Dave Gruss. After 10-years in business, Dave has printed over 200k+ shirts for customers across the country as well as for other local clothing brands and businesses."
Lucy Williams, Boundary & Thorn (Cards + Paper) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Boundary & Thorn was born at the beginning of 2016 in Cleveland, OH, and specializes in fine art prints, greeting cards, and custom illustrations all created by the artist, Lucy Williams. All B+T products are illustrated, printed with archival inks, packaged, and made with love in Cleveland, OH. Our products have been showcased in West Elm, Madewell, and local boutiques around Cleveland."
Nikki Ferritto, OliveMe (Soap + Spa) Online | Facebook | Instagram
"OliveMe Beauty is a hand made, non-toxic, affordable skincare line. Using wisdom from Italian heritage, these products were created as an uncomplicated approach to skincare and helping with skin relief from rosacea, eczema, dry skin, and everything in between. Skincare doesn't have to be complicated to feel good in your skin. These olive oil based products will bring a spa right to your own shower for glowing skin every day."
Casey Wright, Peaches Products (Fiber Arts) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Peaches Products offers a selection of needle felted critters, ornaments, and home decor items. You'll find hedgehogs, mushrooms, owls, and even some mixed media work involving natural and vintage findings."
Tasha Brandt, FanTashtic Designs (Cards + Paper) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Fantashtic Designs is here to push the envelope on what deserves celebration. We explore how we can deepen connections through creativity, authenticity, and a few F-bombs. With uniquely and handmade designed cards to celebrate queer identities, disabilities, and mental health, we've got you covered to help you acknowledge yourself and those you love from a trauma-informed lens. Let's celebrate the moments in between, the mundanity, the growth, and recognize the realness in those moments, too!"
Cassandra Fear, Fear's Confections (Food) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Over the past 12 years in business we have become known for our geeky chocolates. We make Star Wars, Star Trek, Harry Potter, Doctor Who, and more. We like to tell people they can have their fun and eat it too! A wide variety of handmade gourmet chocolates are also available. Caramels, toffees, truffles, and pecan turtles are just a small sampling of what we create. All of the products offered are made in small batches using the freshest possible ingredients with no additional preservatives giving them a truly homemade essence. My products as well as my store reflect my rockabilly personality through a clearly vintage feel, with a splash of modern edge. Everything is made by hand with the care most expect to have been long forgotten by today's mass produced disposable society."
Nikki Lundberg, Odyssey & Oddities (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Odyssey & Oddities is a statement accessory line that's inspired by styles of the past and made for today's trendsetters. My jewelry designs are bold and colorful- composed of fringe, vintage beads and findings, gemstones, and geometric shapes. My accessories include hand sewn masks, scrunchies, headbands, and neckerchiefs composed of beautiful and bold patterns, fringe, velvet, and silk!"
Kimberlee Everhard, Kim Everhard Art (Original Art) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“I create watercolor art inspired by my hiking and backpacking adventures. All my paintings are inspired by places I've been, so each one has a story to share. I create each painting by hand with watercolors on paper and I produce my own art prints in my studio in NE Ohio. I intentionally create each piece to inspire and encourage all people with nature's peace and beauty."
Emmalee Schattauer, One Cat To Many (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Handmade jewelry using found Lake Erie beach glass (or glass wherever we've been). All jewelry is made with sterling silver. Our newest line is the broken pyrex/corelle dish jewelry!"
Angela Oster, (Original Art) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Angela Oster finds delight in the wonderfully weird. She brings her vision to life with delicate monsters and oddities in her one-of-a-kind drawings, paintings and small sculptures."
Rick Sans, vinyl record art (Home Decor) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Did you know it takes 1000 years for a record to biodegrade? Since 2007 we have taken old, worn out vinyl records people donate to us and turned them into colorful wall art. We have saved over 60k records from the landfill giving them a second life and purpose in making people's spaces happier. Design-wise we do around 1000 different designs with a variety ranging from over 50 different Cleveland themed designs to fan art referencing our favorite TV, movie and video game characters; as well as a number of boho and nature influenced images. Actors from the Walking Dead, My Hero Academia, and Outlander own records we made, as well as our records being used on a HGTV show in 2018. We do a number of other forms of art on other mediums, but this has always been our most popular. Primarily our designs are done with hand cut stencils, but there is a growing number that we screen print. At our events we set up display walls showing our newest designs, and fill up at table with storage crates filled with additional designs. Part of the fun is digging through crates how record stores used to display them, only now customers are crate digging for new wall art."
Jim Lanza, Lux and Daisy (Home Decor) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“New line of Cleveland products made on wood"
Jennifer Worden, Jennifer L Worden Arts (Glass + Candles) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“I use recycled glass in the creation of my art, conferring a new, unexpected life to bottles, jars, and discarded glass dishware. I melt, fuse, and reshape the glass into whimsical pieces designed to please the eye, engage the mind, and encourage a sustainable perspective."
Kyle Murphy, Spring Hill Candles (Glass + Candles) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Spring Hill Candles makes soy wax candles using recycled glass bottles and jars. The bottles are sourced from local breweries, grocery stores, and everywhere in between. Each bottle is cut and sanded by hand- turning a piece of trash into treasure. Once the candle is done burning you can reuse the glass for propagating plants, as a drinking cup, and much more. These candles make unique gifts for any occasion."
Michelle Romary, Michelle Romary Apparel (Clothes) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Michelle Romary Apparel is a handmade clothing and accessory line combining classic, flattering styles and featuring fun, decorative elements. Her clothing line includes one-of-a-kind pieces and small batches of ponchos, cardigans, and neat tops for all seasons. Michelle's accessory line is anchored by her bestselling unisex Winter Face Saver for lovers (and haters) of winter: stay warm out there, her unisex Scarf Collection includes a wide assortment of chic scarves ranging from decorative to maximum warmth, and her Earring Collection includes bold and funky fabric statement earrings and is her creative effort to reduce fabric waste from entering landfills. In addition, she offers her popular collection of sustainability-minded household goods including cloth napkins, fabric coasters, and organic lavender sachets. Michelle also does custom orders! Need a suit for your puppy dog to be the cutest ever ring bearer? She's done that! All Michelle Romary items are designed, constructed, and sewn by Michelle in Avon, Ohio."
Joshua and Jamie Sheets, Ol' Dirty Sheets' Hot Sauce (Food) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Ol' Dirty Sheets' is a small batch, hot sauce company, out of Wooster, that uses simple and natural ingredients that are layered together to create their hot sauce and spice rub recipes. Ol' Dirty Sheet's now has four flavors of hot sauce and two spice blends. They make hot sauce for hot sauce people!"
Kristin LaFine, Wild Roots Herbal Care (Soap + Spa) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Organic Herbal remedies; Tinctures, Teas, and Salves. All created and blended in NE Ohio."
Alexander Draven, The ExCB (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“The ExCB is the proud creator of hand forged timepieces & fine sterling silver jewelry for men and women looking for uniqueness and quality. Whether it is a custom order or a production item, every piece is meticulously designed and constructed by Alexander Draven from raw materials and crafted using only hand tools."
Ashley Aranda, Papyrusaurus (Cards + Paper) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“Papyrusaurus makes a wide variety of home decor, stationery and accessories, inspired by and made from the stories that inspire us all. All creations start by sourcing well-loved and damaged books from second hand stores and used book shops. The books are carefully taken apart in my home studio, where the separated pages and covers are used for all the various products I make. The pages get cut for ornaments, marbled for prints, printed for book marks. The covers get scanned to be turned into our Tiniest Book Club earrings, and then laminated to become recycled notebooks. I strive to wind up with as little waste as possible throughout my whole process."
Emily Scheiderich, For the Love of Foliage (Jewelry) Online | Facebook | Instagram
“FLF offers a variety of plant-themed decor and accessories, with hyper-realistic miniature leaf earrings being the main feature! So realistic that people ask all the time if they are made of actual plants (don't worry, they're not!) Other products include drinkware, koozies, coasters, bags and apparel (coming soon) that feature a mixture of original designs and plant puns. The whole idea is to celebrate all sorts of plants rather than the popular mainstream few. As a plant lover, I grew tired of only seeing monsteras everywhere when there are so many other plants out there to love! I pride myself on offering only handmade items, made locally by me right in downtown Cleveland. Being a one-woman show means everything is made with lots of care, and everything is completely customizable. Have a favorite plant at home? Send a pic and you'll have your very own one-of-a-kind earrings in a matter of days!"