SUPPORTING LOCAL SMALL BUSINESSES
As a small business ourself, we love seeing other small businesses succeed! We are proud to showcase some amazing locally owned businesses at Christmas At The Farm 2023. Check them out below!
** Applications for 2024 will open in late spring! Follow us on social media for updates. **
Interested in becoming a vendor for 2022? Applications open in January!
2023 Table Vendors
Please note that each vendor is scheduled to vend for different days during Christmas at the Farm. If you are interested in seeing a particular vendor, feel free to contact us to find out which days you can expect to see them at the farm!
If you're looking for a way to keep the magic of Elf on the Shelf alive, look no further! Adornments by Kimberly handmakes the cutest accessories, clothes, and adornments for your resident elf.
Ever wanted a daily devotional written specifically for a busy mom? Look no further than Be Joyful Company, whose new publication can give you the daily dose of the Word you need! They also sell a plethora of stationary products for any occasion!
This Spartanburg based small business fabricates hand-made bandanas, bows, and necklaces to keep your pets the most stylish in town! They have designs for any occasion or holiday. Be sure to check them out!
Clay Smith Creations creates quality handmade polymer clay jewelry, including earrings, bracelets and barrettes. Owner, Rachel Smith was featured in VIP magazine in February 2023 where she shares about her passion for creating with clay!
New to the Greenville area, Stefanie Goyak is excited to share her many years of catering experience to offer beautiful handheld desserts and novelty treats. Be sure to give her sweets a taste!
Dark Corners specializes in stunning nature, wildlife, and landscape photography from locations around the world. Through the process of making his own custom wooden frames for his work, he also dabbles in woodworking as well!
Kristen Rutkowski is the proud owner of Dip't Cookies, which specializes in gourmet chocolate dipped, jumbo cookies. She uses only the best ingredients, from European butter to cage free eggs, giving her cookies the best flavor around!
This pup boutique wants to keep your dog looking stylish! Dos Pups create dog collars and bow ties by hand for your furry friends. They have a variety of patterns and accessories so the options are endless!
Ear to the Ground creates unique handcrafted polymer clay earrings using locally sourced clay, trinkets, and mixed media accessories! This business blossomed from the creative side of a local attorney who loves all things beautiful.
Fiddlesticks Woodwerx is a family owned wood working business out of Taylors. Their unique pieces from salt & pepper grinders to charcuterie boards are made from recycled reclaimed wood from all around the Upstate.
Victoria Quinney at the Fragrant Herd creates fun and festive accessories and home decor with pom poms, custom crayons, dinosaur planters and other eclectic finds.
Greenville Seamstress, Kelly Royal creates custom, handmade, vintage bows and scrunchies. Gray and James grew from the love and inspiration of a few great women in Kelly’s life. Profits from Gray & James go to an adventure fund for her daughters to be able to travel the world!
Herb Garden Soaps is owned by Cindy Jantz, a Greer local. Her small business crafts stunning soaps, scrubs, lip balm, facial masks, and beard oil in small batches from vegetable oils mixed with herbs, spices, and clays!
At Jessamine Soap Company you will find naturally made luxury soaps, scrubs, lotions and bath salts, all handcrafted with premium ingredients. They believe that “what goes on your body is just as important as what goes in your body”. Their products contain no parabens, pthalates, petroleum by-products, silicones, or sulfates.
Founded by Marla Lacey, a female financial banker turned tea entrepreneur, MaraBette and Co specializes in artisan loose leaf tea blends. MaraBette and Co has been providing flavorsome teas to the Upstate and beyond since 2017.
Mimi’s Table was started by Carol Risser, Mimi to 4 grandchildren! Carol creates beautiful custom wreaths and wooden bead garlands for all occassions.
Myriad of Makes fabricates by hand a variety of items from macrame to crochet. They also are known for their stained and hand painted wooden peg doll nativity sets.
At Nermington's, they "Look Good. Do Good!" This business provides dogs and cats with handmade goods while supporting those at the local shelter. Nermington's was inspired by owner Karlee Salvetti's two sweet pups, Hank and Sherman.
Jewelry by Sheneen creates custom handmade clay polymer earrings. She creates many beautiful pieces, as well as some unique and fun designs. Sheneen also accepts special requests and hosts classes to make your own earrings!
KCR Creative Kits specializes in inspiring children to learn through play. Non-toxic, preservative free play dough, paired with accessories that have been meticulously chosen to deliver a fun, sensory based learning experience.
For simply the best greeting and holiday cards made by hand, look no further than Love Lizzie Boutique. She uses adornments and other artistic add-ons to give dimension and uniqueness to her one-of-a-kind cards!
Petals is a family owned business that takes its commitment to people and the planet seriously. Tea artist Lynn Flake specializes in creating imaginative and unique tea blends that are good for you inside and out.
Rachel and John Palacino started Red Clay after discovering their son's allergy to cow's milk. Their local goat farm produces certified raw goat milk, as well as artisan goat milk soap and goat milk fudge!
Rob and Shana McDonald live on land that was passed down by Shana’s grandfather. It used to be home to the Round Bottom Rodeo. Round Bottom Farm offers goat milk soap, body scrub, wash and lotion made with all natural products from top quality ingredients. Proudly made in the USA!
Set Free Alliance is a Greenville based non profit organization “Sharing Christ’s Love with People in Need Around the World” Whether it’s hosting mobile medical clinics, rescuing children from slavery, reuniting them with their families, or providing clean water – everything they do is for the glory of God.
Local artist, Sarah Kern creates fine art with a focus in abstract expressionism. Sarah creates unique appealing art using simplistic linework. You could find Sarah's work in various locations around Greenville and Atlanta, GA.
Brittany Snow bakes and designs custom cookies, recipes and baking apparel for baking enthusiasts and professionals. Sueded Sugar also offers cookie decorating classes and macaroons!
A sweet children's book, delightful paper goods, beautiful home goods and more. Owner, Kelly Turners goal is to “add beauty and encourage!” based on original art, creating beauty and encouraging those we interact with and to “glorify God and celebrate Him through His good gifts, the beauty He has made and the beauty He allows us to create.”
That Sweets Chick bakes all the goods! Custom sugar cookies, cupcakes, cake pops, special occasion and wedding cakes.
Tivoli Treasures creates handmade wreaths, bows and home decor for all holidays, occasions and even your favorite sports teams! Want to learn to make your own? Join Angela for one of her wreath making classes!
Vdovichenko Bee Farm is family owned and operated in Anderson. They specialize in raw honey produced by never heating, coarsely filtering, and without any chemicals. Additionally, VBF produces products ranging from lip balm to candles.
White Woods Creations uses wood flowers, in a variety of styles and colors, to create unique home decor pieces and arrangements. Wedding bouquets, event centerpieces, wreaths and everything in between, each piece is one of kind that gives the look of real flowers that last forever.