Meet Our Artists

Crafts Along The Creek is proud to support Michigan Artists and their craft.

Alpine Crossings Family Farm makes goats milk lotion.

☝︎Apline Crossings Family Farm

Alpine Crossings Family Farm is a local farm who specializes in handcrafted goat milk soap and lotion. With their 40 dairy goats, they use their fresh goats milk to handcraft each of their products. They strive to produce the highest quality products to ensure customer satisfaction.

Handmade glasswork for your Michigan garden.

☝︎Saryne Harpner Glass

Uniquely beautiful fused glass gifts and home decor. Each piece of glass is hand cut, personally designed, and kiln fired in my home studio for one of a kind art that will inspire joy and beauty for years to come.

Collage of photos with people wearing headband and smiling, as if people are in the 1970's again!

☝︎The Sassy Olive

“Our mission at The Sassy Olive is to promote diversity and inclusivity. With a focus on imagination, creativity and originality, we create handmade headbands showcasing that all are welcome and celebrated.”

Wooden, round, sign that says "Welcome" and has a deconstructed American flag on it.

☝︎Karen's Kreations

Karen makes wall signs made on wood, chalkboard and metal with vinyl applications. Lighted camping buckets.

Purple earrings on a earring card displayed sitting on a teacup.

☝︎Honorable Artistry

Handmade beaded, resin, and polymer clay jewerly pieces.

Bright copper sun with designs in the middle. Handmade in Michigan by Alaina Kraus.

☝︎Gypsi Soul inc.

Alaina’s work is “primarily focused on using enameling, repoursse, etching, and raising to create home decor and personal accessories.”

Bread in plastic container being held by someone's hand.

☝︎Faye's Breads

SATURDAY ONLY

Faye makes homemade quick breads.

Three jar candles with bright purple labels. Made by EverBody by Dutton Farm.

☝︎EveryBody By Dutton Farm

We are a small women owned social enterprise. All of our products are made by an adult with a disability in downtown Pontiac. Everybody Inc, started in 2020 after years of perfecting our products through Dutton Farm Inc in Rochester Hills.

American flag and bright pink dresses, hanging on coat hangers. Made in Michigan.

☝︎Xu

Dresses and hats embroidered in Westland, Michigan.

Brightly colored ceramic creatures. A yellow and orange turtle, aqua lizard, purple tree trunk, and dancing troll adorn April Evans booth at The Greater Rochester Heritage Days Festival.

☝︎April Evans

April makes ceramic yard art. She pours, fires, paints, and glazes all of her creatures by hand.

Handmade jewelry with dried flowers.

☝︎TwoPartTreasures

Wearable and giftable, this artwork is handmade from epoxy resin and a variety of inclusions, such as flowers, mica powder, foil flakes, and small metal charms.

Red teapot now made into garden decoration with cardinal sitting on handle and crystals coming out of the spout.

☝︎Sweetpea Designs

Handmade garden creations ― feed your birds in style and add a bit of glam to your garden!

Four wooden cutting boards with epoxy poured in the center.

☝︎In The Wood By Amy J

Handmade epoxy & wood tables, charcuterie boards, and medallions!

Photography of a russet potato in the trees with a chair. Artwork by Scott Van Allsburg.

☝︎OliOli Art Company

Scott Van Allsburg presents surrealist potato landscapes.

Hand painted mushrooms in Earth-tone colors onto wooden board.

☝︎Off The Cuff ☟

A mix of metal art welded creatures and paintings on wood canvas with some combination of wood and metal pieces.

Handmade metal creature with saw blade.
Cross pendant with spent ammo in center of cross.

☝︎ReCycled Ammo Jewelry

Jewelry for men & women made with spent ammunition. Money clips, valve stem covers, cuff links, rings, bracelets, necklaces, bracelets, earrings”

Wooden cutting boards with variegated designs using multiple kinds of wood.

☝︎All Things Wood

All Things Wood make end grain cutting boards, wind spinners, trivets, coaster sets, cribbage boards, end grain boxes, pyrography, and hand crafted ink pens with wood.

Macramé woven "Tree of Life" dream catchers made in Michigan by Crystal Green.

☝︎Crystal's Creations

Crystal handmakes “tree of life macramé art and dream catchers”. She has traditional macramé artwork and macramé artwork with sparkles and crystals.

Wendy Shaft's handcarved peony image. Wendy carves her designs into linoleum and then prints the design on textiles and paper.

☝︎Wendy Shaft / Limner Press

Wendy prints from handcarved linoleum on paper and textiles. Her original designs are inspired by nature and cityscapes. Her recent focus is on pollinators and their impact on our environment.

Multi-Colored bookmarks made by Sara DeBord and Shanning Brand books.

☝︎Shanning Brand

Author, Sara DeBord brings her Christian Speculative Fiction series along with her non-fiction biography series about Dissociative Identity Disorder. She’ll be at The Festival Saturday and Sunday for signings and sales of her books.

Wreath with purple ribbon, a bird, and a sign that says "family".

☝︎Elegant Entryways

Handmade home decor. Lorrie’s line includes: wreaths, garlands, and centerpieces. She uses a variety of high quality materials to ensure these beautiful, one-of-a-kind pieces last!

Leather cuff and metal stamped rings, displayed on a wooden board made by Quirky Rose Design.

☝︎Quirky Rose Design

Diana makes “unique jewelry using repurposed and new materials with handstamped elements including custom order rquests”.

Red, yellow, green, blue quilled earrings made from rolled paper.

☝︎Handcraftpal

Handmade quilling and origami art made with paper. Quilled earrings, greeting cards, wall art, magnets and more will be availible!

Six clay pots assembled to create a person. Painted with a smiling face and a happy turtle.

☝︎Nora's Clay Pot People

Hand painted clay pot people with free hand painted creatures and faces.

Doll wearing extremely pink and fluffy dress with headband and bow. Doll clothing can be found at The Greater Rochester Heritage Days Festival.

☝︎Pretty In Pink Boutique

Carla makes “girls aprons and ruffles skirts and tutus”. She uses “contton fabric and tulle same for the dolls” and she makes special occasions dresses and tutus.

Bowl of natural gemstones, wire-wrapped, and priced. Made by Sophie's Crystals.

☝︎Sophie's Crystals

Sophie makes crystal jewelry with mainly wire-wrapped crystals. She will also have beaded jewelry, bracelets, rings, keychains, and more.

Interested in joining the art show, benefiting Dinosaur Hill Nature Preserve, 501(c)3?
Contact Christina!

Christina@RochesterHeritageDay.org

Festival Address

Rochester Municipal Park
400 6th Street
Rochester, Michigan 48307

Festival Hours

Memorial Day Weekend
Saturday, May 28th, 11 a.m. ― 6 p.m.
Sunday, May 29th, 11 a.m. ― 5 p.m.

Contact Us!

Phone: 517.507.5906
Email: Christina@RochesterHeritageDays.org

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