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  • Gravesco Pottery
    Gravesco Pottery
    Ceramics, Housewares

    Far from traditional, Rebecca Graves, of Gravesco Pottery, is a mold breaker driven by a love of design and function. Carving into her work, Gravesco Pottery is reminiscent of woodcut and using skulls, the occasional F-bomb, and other snarky sayings, these pieces are definite conversation starters.

  • Strung by Shawna
    Strung by Shawna
    DIY Kits and Supplies

    After a 20+ year career in design, Shawna took the jump to become a full-time maker in 2016 and she hasn’t looked back. Not only does she sell DIY string art kits, she’s also an instructor during art classes and even parties! Come shop her line of DIY string art kits in our shop and get in on the fun!

  • Augie & Lola
    Augie & Lola
    Children's Accessories

    Augie & Lola makes simple products for your not so simple life.  From bows, beanies and bibs, blankets, pacifier clips and wet bags, burp cloths, changing pads and reusable bags…Augie & Lola has something for all ages and all stages of parenting.

  • Studio AMF
    Studio AMF
    Jewelry

    Taking her first jewelry class at age 11, Studio AMF is the work of Indianapolis artist Allison Ford.  With an established local following, Allison creates stunning pieces of wearable art inspired by nature and the insect world.  You can find moth rings, beetle necklaces, and more amongst her collection.

  • The Paper Peony
    The Paper Peony
    Home Décor

    Resurrecting the art of paper flower making, The Paper Peony dedicates hours to each creation. Creating templates, cutting individual petals, shaping them, arranging them, and making sure every detail is in place takes skill and patience. Each flower is unique and handmade right here in Indianapolis.

  • Quiet Boy Studio
    Quiet Boy Studio
    Art Prints, Home Décor, Original 2D Artwork

    Quiet Boy Studio creates hand lettered illustrations and typography, inspiring and encouraging sayings, quotes and verses for wall art and gifts. Originally from Westfield, IN, the Quiet Boy clan has now moved to London, England – but still creating overseas.

  • Farizula Designs
    Farizula Designs
    Housewares

    Always a creative at heart, Raechel, the mind of Farizula Designs, actually began creating her mugs as a one-off gift idea.  Once she realized how much there was a market for snark, fun, and pun on Etsy, well, they say, the rest is history. Find mugs for the Best Father (farter), Hocus Pocus lovers, and more in store today!

  • Dulcet Design
    Dulcet Design
    Art Prints, City and State Pride, Home Décor, Housewares, Jewelry

    Dulcet Design is a unique line of lightweight acrylic jewelry, home accessories and prints. Alicia Stoughton, a trained Architect, is the designer behind the Dulcet Design collection and creates each piece in her Cincinnati Ohio home and studio. Using the talents and eye developed in Architectural training, Alicia creates all of the durable, streamlined, extremely wearable designs.

  • A Picnic Lunch
    A Picnic Lunch
    Children's Toys and Games

    Play time just got cuter with crocheted fruits & vegetables from A Picnic Lunch! Crocheted BLTs, crocheted snap peas, and even corn, all handmade using recycled yarn! This sustainable gift makes for a perfect birthday present for little ones who love their play kitchen!

  • 1606
    1606
    Handbags, Totes, Purses and Pouches

    Stefanie Dean is the hand behind the hand-printed textiles and accessories of 1606. You’ll find her patches, pins, stickers, bags, and clutches in our shop – and you’ll probably love them all, because we do.

  • 407 Botanicals
    407 Botanicals
    Bath and Body Care

    From bath soaks to face cream to baby talc, each and every product from 407 Botanicals is handcrafted from scratch using premium, natural, and organic ingredients, with an emphasis on the transformative and aromatherapeutic benefits of essential oils. You’ll find no artificial fragrances or ingredients, no fillers, no parabens, or other harmful chemicals – just pure, botanical based, highly concentrated goodness.

  • Elizabeth Benotti Ceramics
    Elizabeth Benotti Ceramics
    Ceramics, Home Décor, Housewares, Kitchen Goods

    Elizabeth Benotti’s work explores the relationships between everyday objects, color, image and form.  Using porcelain, she interchanges slipcasting, handbuilding and wheelthrowing techniques. The objects act as a canvas for drawings that can be found on most of her work. The drawings are all inlaid into the clay using a traditional mishima process and the decorative colors are hand painted.