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 2022. Check them out below!
** We are currently at maximum capacity for our table vendors and food trucks for 2022 but will be open for applications for 2023 starting in Spring of 2023**
2022 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!
A Gilded Line believes that wearing truth is sharing truth, and creates inspirational hand stamped aluminum brass cuffs and bookmarks. They take custom orders as well!
Bare minimum creates "earth to skin" body scrubs. Owner Abbigail Michelsen used her struggle with sensitive skin to inspire her organic and all natural ingredients.
For simply the best greeting and holiday cards made by hand, look no further than Charmaine Canham's CharCar. She uses watercolors and other artist add ons to give dimension and uniqueness to her one-of-a-kind cards!
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!
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.
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!
What started five years ago as a way for Amie Kobler to stay busy as an empty nester has blossomed into a thriving business, known for its unique jewlery and keychains hand rolled from vintage silverware.
Java Current Coffee is a local start-up that provides high quality hand-poured coffee drinks. Sourcing their beans from Juárez, Mexico, they aim to support missions and jobs for those in need in Juárez while bringing delicious coffee to customers.
Jessica Reynolds is a local artist out of Taylors who specializes in bright and cheerful original artwork! Her work can be purchased as traditional paint on canvas or as seasonal items like tea towels and ceramic trees.
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.
Memphis Fresh was founded by Kendall Scruggs and began as an hobby-turned-business inspiration from her daughter, Memphis. This company creates fun and unique soy wax candles that mimic delicious treats!
Missanga Glass Beads is a company owned by Helen Schmidt that produces handcrafted glass beads from Italian Murano glass. She then threads them into stunning jewelry and accessories!
This "Bowtique" is a mother & daughter duo who together create hand sewn over-the-collar dog bandanas and bow ties for your furry friends. Their business was inspired by their new rescue pup, Nyla.
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.
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!
Slay the Clay is owned by Jessica Owens and creates handcrafted lightweight polymer clay earrings. She uses nickel free hardware so even the most sensitive ears can enjoy her incredible designs!
This small business is ran by Andrea Alpizar, a self taught baker with a love for painting and all things decorative. Sobella’s is known for their delicious soft decorated sugar cookies and true-to-flavor macarons, that you do not want to miss!
Summer Gibson is the hands and heart behind SNJ, which creates bright & joyful jewelry designed to amplify the shine that is already within you! Because there is no such thing as too much color.
Tipsy Bakes Southern is a local entrepreneur that gives a fun new twist to traditional baked goods! They make everything from scratch using their favorite cocktails and drinks as inspiration.
Joe and Brittany Klimstra are owners of Polk County's first high density apple orchard and will be selling delicious seasonal apples and fresh cider. They manage their 3000 trees with aid from their endearing kids, the "three knuckleheads".
Tunde's Mandala Crafts
Tunde Szabo is a new local artist that hand paints incredible mandala on various items, including ornaments, candle holders, pendants, earrings, and various stocking stuffers!
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.