Wow, what a turnout! It’s safe to say this year’s event was successful and Indiana Originals was thrilled to be a part of it!
The annual juried gift fair located in Noblesville, Indiana, now in its 11th year, featured more than 100 locally-made fine arts and craft booths from across Indiana which benefits Toys for Tots.
We can’t thank everyone enough who participated in shopping and supporting local at the Hoosier Artisan Boutique in on Saturday, November 30, 2019, including these fabulous vendors and local artisans:
Ruth Gilson — Handmade by a Friend, Nanci Stoeffler — Stoeffler Art Studio, Victoria Davis — Make it Classy, Bob & Alana Anderson — What a Lure, Kev Haaning — KC Glassworks, Laura Lanning — Raven Lake Originals, Sheryl & John Penrod — White Hot Weld, Sandy Toledo Marquette — Sandmar Designs, Elizabeth Wamsley — Art Bank Studio/Gallery, Craig Smith — Indywoodsmith, Olga Quigley — Quiggle Bear, Dave Rozmarynowski — Scratch Pad Creations, Julia Murphy — KLAYZ Kreations, Tom & Justine Handzel — H4 Creative Handworking, Cheryl Patterson — FeltSewGood, Hoosier Artisan Boutique, Kaitlan & Brook Vosler — Cream & Concrete, Tina Smith — Fashion Flips, Emily Smith — The Little Lettering Co., Jennifer O’Keefe — Fatty Frog Pots Handmade Pottery, Indiana Originals — Sponsor, Brenda Jalaie — The Artsy Bee, The Cripe Family — Eagle Creek Apiary, Marcos Bautista — MB Weavings, Darcy Harville — DHarville Studio, Tracy Land — Frangipani Body Products, Stephen Brooks — The Paper Peony, Laurie Alvear, Jeff & Lynda Bricker — Brick House Vinaigrettes, Corienne Bruner — Wired Whymsy, Claudia Lord — Claudia Lord Photography, Chris Acton — Acton Creative, Rebecca & Chris Rowan — Maple Hill Naturals, Debbie Batistatos — Olde Tyme Adornments, Gina Wilder — Gina Linn Designs, Robert Hedges — The Key to Christmas, Kelly LaRoche — Specifically Random, Rhonda Newsome — Sky and Earth Studio, Joseph Byrd & Kathrine Zink — Black Byrd Smith, Donna Whitsitt, Tina Noonan — Winged Imp Designs, Mike Ficarra & Misty Mercer — Artifex Craftworks, Elizabeth Taylor — Spotted Circus, Larkin Fourkiller — Larkin Fourkiller Nature Photography, Kimberly Keim & Gloria Bredehoeft — Thread and Pearls, Abigail & Michael Gerig — Dragonwood, LLC, Kathleen Simpson — Kathy’s Designer Doll Clothes and Jewelry Art, Jennifer Berger — Woven Dimensions, Travis Yeakle — Geist Chair Company, Diane Wagner — Sweet Lillylyn, Rodney Pittman & Sadie Slayton — Pittman Design and Fabrication, Robin Hawkins — Here’s my Hart, Tami Crawford — TLC Candle Co., Kimberly Prater — Rustic Roots Signs, Heather Garrison — Maple Leaf Ceramics, Karen Pedevilla — Pedevilla Artistry, Richard Cartwright — Harper Toy, Tracy Myers & Family, The Sweet Lily Company, Zach Pifer — Board Roots, LLC, Vivian Murphy — Very Vivian Arts, Lindsey Langolf — Rainboutique, Marcele Everest — Handcrafted Splendor, Meagan Gilner — The Brocade Blackbird, Alexa Weaver — Upweave, Rachel McKinney — Craft But Not Least, Jennifer Wain — Crochetwerks, Joyce Acuti — Dragonfly Whispers Bath Works, Tracy Gordon — Gem.Geek, Sharon Hashim — Fluid Life by Sharon, Jennifer Meeker — Jennifer Meeker Art, Donna Curry — Soaring Heart Studio, Eric Klinkowski — SmokEy Lights, LLC, Karen Stewart — Karen Stewart Artworks, Caryl Hancock — Cutting Edge Designs, Lindsay Burton — Sassyfras Petals, Nathan Maurer & Juli Hamilton — Nate’s Beef Jerky, Mariah Niedbalski — dustLAB Ceramics, Sloane Swayze — Sloane Jewelry Design, Jenna Meadows — Meadows Handmade, Samantha Blickensderfer — Zilly Creations, Joan Tweedell, Jeri Reichanadter — Indiana Soap Company, Theresa Harris & Sarah Kate Chamness — Pet Wants Indy, Kenetha Stanton — A Kintsugi Life, Kathy Geisel — Walking Through Wildflowers, John Foreman — Two Maples Woodshop, Mary Graves & Margaret Mendoza — Reissued Books, Honey Sulich — Honey Shea Studios, Erica Kempf & David Broughton — Nomad Yarn Truck, and Jaws Food Truck.
⬅️Artisanal syrups from Abigail and Michael Gerig of Dragonwood LLC, and Indiana Artisan and Indiana Grown member, from Kempton, Indiana.
⬅️Indiana ornament by returning Hoosier Artisan Kaitlan Vosler of Cream & Concrete, in Indianapolis.
⬅️Work from Hoosier Artisan Elizabeth Wamsley, North Manchester. Elizabeth has participated in every Hoosier Artisan Boutique since the event’s inception.
If you missed this year’s event on November 30, no sweat! Be sure to join us next year for the 12th Annual Hoosier Artisan Boutique on Saturday, November 28, 2020. We look forward to seeing you then!
For more information visit https://hoosierartisanboutique.com/.
A brief history on how the annual Hoosier Artisan Boutique started:
“The Hoosier Artisan Boutique concept was conceived by a group of area artists that found fellowship and support for their craft on the website Etsy.com. The inaugural event was held Saturday, October 17th, 2009 at the Mansion at Oak Hill, in Carmel, Indiana and attracted approximately 1000 shoppers. Because the purpose of the event is to highlight the diversity of artistic talent in Indiana, the Hoosier Artisan Boutique requires that participating artists live within Indiana and no commercially produced items are accepted for this juried handmade event. Megan Martin, the show organizer, is an artist herself and desires this event to be beneficial for both the participating artisans and the community which supports this event. She participated in the inaugural Hoosier Artisan Boutique in 2009 as a co-coordinator and has been the sole organizer since 2010.”