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Phone 765-860-1220

4175 N. 1200 W Flora, IN 46929

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Artisan Christmas Market

The Artisan Christmas Market is coming back to Heritage Farm! This November 16-17, we invite you to stroll the beautiful grounds of Heritage Farm to find perfect one of a kind Christmas gifts as you shop 25 high-quality, local artist booths. Our alpaca store will be open where you will find all sorts of clothing and accessories made from alpaca. All our vendors will be in heated tents or barns. While you’re here, enjoy the live music, fantastic food, wine & beer barn, kids activities, Christmas decor making workshops, bonfires, horse-drawn wagon rides and, of course, Santa!  Heritage Farm is home to over 50 alpacas. Feed and interact with these adorable animals and even get a photo taken with one! Only $10 per vehicle so bring the whole family!

Heritage Farm is located in Western Howard County 12 miles west of Kokomo, IN. Our address is 4175 N. 1200 W., Flora, IN 46929 (map).

Saturday November 16, 10:00 AM - 6 PM

Sunday November 17, 11:00 AM - 4 PM

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Check out Our Exciting Artisans, Vendors and Activities!

Phil Hutchison Honey with Care

Phil has been a close friend for many years and has a love for raising honey bees.  Stop and talk to him about his bees.  He has so much information to share and wonderful honey to taste.

Tammy Hord, Country Chicks Country Crafts

Tammy Hord has been drawing and painting from a very young age. She cuts and builds all her things herself. She draws and hand paints on wood. She paints for every holiday and season. She can customize and take special orders also. Come see her wood welcome signs, hand painted holiday wood signs and pictures. Wood stacking snowman boxes, wood crafts and noodle boards.  

She will be there on Sunday, November 17th only. 

Brooke and Wylan Graybill, Metal work and Spa and Party Boutique

We bought our plasma cutter about 2 years ago. We just started this year showing of our work and going to shows, we have really enjoyed it.  Come see the beautiful work that they have done.

Brooke will also have a little girl spa and party boutique.  She will have creation stations that they can make their own lip gloss lotion and bath scrubs.  

Melanie Shepherd, Freebird Farm and Homestead

We began our journey on 16 acre chemical free farm... We have recently downsized to a beautiful 2 acre farm to have more family and grandchildren time! We give God all the Glory for the fruits of our land.. We started our farm to have and know what we are eating and producing and we pass that on to all that want to do the same.. If we are home, Come on up and knock! Take a sit on our porch and enjoy nature! All of our goat milk soaps are made with fresh raw goat milk and all NATURAL ingredients, scented only with essential oils and our organically grown or wild foraged herbs. Some of our scents include: Lavender, Lilac, Ylang Ylang, Jasmine, Peppermint, Lemon Grass and much more! We also have available farm made Kombucha, Elderberry Cold & Flu, Herbal Teas, Herbal and wild Foraged jellies. We just added our hand crafted deer leather earrings that we making using locally sourced deer leather. 

Roby Bales, BCS-Bales Consulting Service

BCS Landscape Design & Soil Testing is locally owned and operated in Michigantown, Indiana and established in 1993.   Roby has helped us with our landscaping for our weddings the past 2 seasons.  She will be bringing some succulent plants, candles and other surprises for us to see.  Do you have any landscaping plans that need fulfilled?  Roby will be willing to discuss any plans for you  and provide a free estimate.  They are also having an open house on December 6th at the store location in Michigantown.

Elizabeth Taylor, Spotted Circus Alpacas

Elizabeth has been raising alpacas and sheep since 2011. She turns their fiber into yarn and then hand dyes it for knitters everywhere. Recently she has begun using vintage knitting machines to turn some of that yarn into finished goods such as hats, cowls and scarves. This makes for a truly farm to finished product.

Honey Bee Flower Farm

Honey Bee Flower Farm is a small cut flower farm located in Carroll County. Micah grows specialty cut flowers 3 seasons out of the year and craft specialty fresh holiday wreaths during the winter months. She strive to use only the freshest material to create our wreaths that will last the winter season and beyond!

John Garrison Woodworking

John and his wife Bonnie live on a small farm in Owen County, where he teaches classes and builds furniture, boxes, cutting boards and utensils. He also teaches at CU Woodworking School in Champaign Illinois. John won first place in professional woodworking at the Indiana State Fair in 2017 with one of his Sculpted Rocking Chairs. You can visit with him while he demonstrates woodworking techniques in the Pioneer Village at the State Fair, Arts in the Park at McCormick's Creek State Park, Fowler Park in Terre Haute and Bridgeton at the Covered Bridge Festival.

Judy DeGan, Piece of My Peace Pottery

Pottery artist Judy DeGan states, "My business name, Piece of my Peace Pottery, truly expresses my joy of working with clay. There is something very soothing about feeling the clay under my fingers and responding to my touch. I like that I can share my peace through my creations. I have always loved art, but it was only as my children grew older that I was truly able to pursue ceramics. Most of my instruction has been through the Indianapolis Art Center where I now teach both adult and teen classes. I have been in many area shows including Broadripple Art Fair, Penrod, and Talbot, as well as some regional shows for the last 15 years." 

Scott Kinzie, Photographer

Scott Kinzie is a Nature and Wildlife photographer from Brownsburg, IN. He has been actively photographing for almost 20 years. While Scott enjoys capturing the many nature scenes in Indiana and surrounding states, he also loves to travel and explore other photographic opportunities as well. Scott’s favorite subjects are birds, wildflowers, and waterfalls, but he also loves to capture farm scenes, covered bridges, and lighthouses as he travels.

 

Scott’s photographs are exhibited at Art IN Hand Gallery in Zionsville, a co-op gallery where he is a member. His studio is in Sugar Creek Art center in Thorntown. Scott is a member of the North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA) and recently was elected president of Photo Venture Camera Club of Indianapolis. In the summer months, Scott does several art fairs in Indiana, Illinois, and Ohio. In his free time, Scott enjoys kayaking and reading. 

We are so glad to have Scott back with us again this year.  He has created some special memories.  This summer Scott brought a group of photographers from Indianapolis to the farm .  We had a wonderful time.

Daniel Driggs, Acrylic & Oil Paintings

Born and raised in Nebraska, Driggs developed the love of art as a child. He attended Hastings College where he earned a BS degree in Art and Art Education. Driggs painted, taught, and exhibited his art for 18 years. Through the years he owned and/or managed galleries in Omaha, NE, Laramie, WY and Cheyenne, WY. During these years, Dan’s artwork developed into the center of his life. In fact, it became like a god to him, in competition with the One True GOD.

 

In 1989, Driggs attended a retreat where God stepped in to change his life. He decided to take a sabbatical from his artwork to study and surrender to the Lordship of Jesus in his life. That surrender led him to seminary and the pulpit ministry. He was a pastor for 18 years before God allowed him again to do his artwork.

 

Today, Driggs’ artwork is different than it was in his earlier art career. Although he still paints still life and landscape scenes, his passion has become people and animals – a subject he avoided in prior years. The change has come in realizing that every life is unique and special to God.

Brianne Haupert, Hand-sewn children's clothing

Brianne Haupert & Phyllis Hodgen have been sewing for 2 years together, but many years apart. They love creating pieces for Brianne's girls and got many compliments, so they decided to sew for others.  We have known Brianne for many years and have watched her family grow and are glad to share her talents with you.  Do you have a special person that you need to buy a birthday or holiday gift for ?  This might be just the place to stop. 

Mike & Amy Cottrell, Wood craft

Mike and Amy have been wood crafting for several years.  They enjoy working with wood from old barns, barn beams and milled wood.  This is mainly a hobby for them, but on occasion they will sell items. Their favorite types of items to craft are usable household items with a little bit of farm flair.  Come and see what they have been able to repurpose and create from the barns.

April Reamsnyder, Home design and decor, Chalk couture

April calls herself the Eclectic Queen. She have been crafting since she was a little girl. Over the years, she has turned her focus on home design and decor. This includes refurbishing furniture and handcrafting soft furnishings.  Come and learn how to make Christmas ornaments from chalk couture that you can take home with you.  She will bring holiday themed altered jewelry, handcrafted pillow, scarves, hand painted pallet wood, chalk couture home decor.  She will love to tell the history of each item. 

You will find her in the booth next to her sister, Natalie Sirios.

Abdoulatif Aboubacar, Jewerly and leather work

Abdoulatif originally is from Niger from the tribe of Tuareg.  He is a nomad and he came to the United States in 2009.  Learning to make jewelry at the age of 7 and continuing his heritage that started back with his great grandfather.  Everything is handmade and crafted without any machinery power.  Most of the proceeds from the sales go back to his village of Agadez.  Come learn more about this tradition that has continued thru multiple generations.

Carmen's Kitchen Homemade Salsa

.Jonathan and Carmen Boyd started making Salsa in 2009.  They shared it with friends and they encouraged them to keep making the salsa and to sell it.  They have not looked back and this is their 11th year.  It is delicious!  They have 3 different kinds so you can pick the amount of heat that you want with your chips.  

Carmen and Jonathon will be joining us on Saturday, November 16th only.  

Amy Quinn, Womenly Welded Art

January 01, 2020

Amy Quinn is a 57 year vintage self taught welder . In her art she hopes inspires people to look past the object and see the true insides of the piece. For there is more to life than just what you first see.  Come and see the unique items that Amy has created.  We are excited to have Amy with us on Sunday, November 17th only.

Debbie Cunningham, Woodburning

Debbie has been woodburning for 30 years. She studied art at CalState Long Beach but discovered pyrography later through books. This is a challenging medium and her work is always changing and evolving.

Donna Waters, Leatherwork

Donna Waters has been working with leather since 2011. She has won several awards at the Indiana State Fair and the International Federation of Leather Guilds for her artwork. She specializes in animal portraits and other animal pictures, mostly in horses. Donna also creates purses which are unique, one-of-a-kind pieces.

Jennifer Orr and her mother, Linda, Giftbags

January 01, 2020

Jennifer and Linda are a daughter and mother pair who have both crafted their entire life. The gift bag idea came from an old gift idea book and the pair were off on their own creative journey. They both have done a wide range of crafts and the gift bags combine several mediums.  Once you have the special gift come visit this booth to be able to complete the package with a special giftbag.

Linda Hevner, Embroidery

Linda has been doing machine embroidery for many years. She also does a lot of customization work for special occasions. Sewing and embroidery are her passion and she enjoys seeing others get pleasure from her designs.  These look like so much fun.  I can't wait to see all the special characters that Linda will bring us.  

Lisa Walsh, Glass Artist

Lisa Walsh is a flamework glass artist in Lafayette, IN. She has been making her own art glass beads and creating jewelry and art for the home since 1998. She conducts creative workshops for groups, and enjoys guiding others through the process of making.  She will have make and take bracelets and ornaments.  What a wonderful way to take a special memory from the 2nd annual Artisan Christmas Market.  

Mike Fitchhorn, Photographer

January 01, 2020

Mike has been a photographer for the past 6 years. He likes to photograph things that people miss in their everyday lives and hopes that by capturing those images it invokes some kind of emotion, whether good or bad. His photographs capture things at a moment in time but also help to make those things timeless.

Nancy Hoffman, Basketweaver and Leatherworker

January 01, 2020

Nancy Hoffman is a Basketweaver of 35 years and 4 years ago began a new journey of working with leather. She does carving, tooling and stamping of leather. Her favorite is combining both skills and crafting unique pieces. Her pieces now reside in various areas of the USA and several other countries. She has has won multiple ribbons in competitions.

Natalie Sirois; Recycled jewelry and other recycled art

Natalie Sirois has been an artist for over 20 years. Her work is mainly recycled items, she is trying to keep these items out of landfills. She has a passion to help people repurpose family items, such as broken jewelry, silverware, buttons from family members shirts etc. so they can be enjoyed and not stuffed in a drawer and forgotten. 

Rod Jewell, Hand designed and crafted wood art

We are glad to have Rod Jewell and his wife join us. They create hand  designed and crafted wood art that is both wearable, usable and displayable. Every piece that they create is unique and a one of a kind collectible heirloom. Christmas is a precious time of year and they try to share with as many as possible.

Rod says his art started at friend's Christmas shop and has become a passion to both him and his wife. He attempts to use as much reclaimed wood or wood he have saved from the fire pit to bring nature's beauty front and center. Their items are all designed and crafted by Rod with the assistance of his wife. They try an make their art affordable to every budget and enjoyed by all.  

Come meet them and let them share more of their passion!

Paula Wolf; Hand crafted home decor

Two friends who love to craft handmade home decor.  They have  primitive,  rustic farmhouse, vintage and shabby chic.  Come and see what they have designed for you.  

Suzanne Finn, Finntastic

Momma & Me-ah is a mother/daughter team of Sharon Walters and Suzanne Finn. Both Sharon and Suzanne learned their love of making things from the matriarch of the family, Sharon's mother, Betty. Sharon sews like her mother, making useful, practical items for everyday use. Suzanne enjoys upcycling things into something new. Suzanne also likes to get her "bling on" with beaded Christmas spiders.

Simple Goodness Soaps - Kelly Caldwell

At Simple Goodness Soaps we focus on homegrown and natural ingredients, such as our own farm fresh goat’s milk, which has many God-given nutrients, beneficial to your skin. By handcrafting our products with simple, all natural ingredients we know what goes into each sud of soap ensuring that you get the best product for your skin. LIVE SIMPLE-LIVE GOOD

Kelly will be joining us on Saturday, November 16th only.

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