As a DIY blogger, multiple business owner (Busted Trumpet and GreenerMe) and a Zumba Fitness instructor, Renee is quite the all-around craftiprenuer.  She is also a lover of cats, sweets, tea and bright ideas.  Meow.


Hollyrocks is a sunny line of jewelry, sculptures, and home decor designed by Holly Embry, who requires a steady soundtrack of groovy rock music while she creates. The idea is to brighten your day when you browse the Hollyrocks Etsy shop, blog, or craft show booth.


weather&noise designs are the creations of Christine Sharp-Crowe. The weather&noise line includes screen printed linen tea towels, homewares, and artwork as well as bottle openers, pocket mirrors, and occasionally  jewelry.   Christine also organizes Indie Emporium and is the shop girl at made:The Indie Emporium Shop.
Sam grew up going to flea markets which translated into her love of antiques & broken things. Her pieces are created from clock parts, machines, salvaged jewelry & sewing notions (to name a few). What she loves most about being a Steampunk artist is the history and stories behind the objects that she re-purposes.



Jessica is a craft making, kitty loving, vegetable eating, coffee slinging Oklahoma native. She spends her days creating art of all mediums with her husband, Carlos. Month of Mae is their creative outlet, featuring unique handmade haberdashery and more, as well as being their photography and web design business. She also bakes a lot of cupcakes.

Briana was raised to craft and hunt for antiques as second nature. Somewhere along the way, she figured out a way to merge these two hobbies thus creating Bifftastica. Taking great pride in reusing vintage goods, Briana creates one-of-a-kind jewelry, bags, light switch plates, pillows, clothing…the list goes on and on. She’s also the organizer of Alliday, a handmade craft show in Tulsa during the holiday season. If her hands aren’t busy, her heart’s not happy.


Sherri Torrez of Crochet by Sherri Lee is a professional crochet designer and instructor. She writes crochet patterns for her own business as well as for her local yarn store, Loops, in Tulsa. She teaches private crochet lessons as well as group classes for both beginners and intermediate crocheters. She does periodic custom orders and also provides vintage crochet repair service for all types of heirloom crochet items. Sherri sponsors a weekly crochet get-together called The Tulsa Crochet Collective that meets every Monday evening at 6:30 at The Phoenix Cafe located at 6th and Pearl in Tulsa. Sherri is inspired by her grand children and loves to share her craft with others!


Favoring Brave makes many kinds of jewelry including earrings, rings, statement necklaces, and map, stamp, and music pendants, as well as floral arrangements, bouquets, and boutonnieres with paper and natural elements. We also make spiral notebooks out of old book covers and, in the tradition of using the whole buffalo, we use the rest of the book to make pendants, flowers, and bookmarks so nothing goes to waste. FB goodies are sold through our Etsy store and throughout the Tulsa area.



What started as a love of vintage fabric and fibers, eventually grew into a business, The Knit Owl. Whether you are looking for scarves, hair accessories or jewelry, The Knit Owl has something for you. In between knitting up scarves, Amby can be found chasing her toddler around Tulsa.


Hi, I’m Ashley! I am a stay at home mom who was inspired by the arrival of my first child to create affordable and adorable handmade baby products, and with that idea Tulsa Teethers was born. I am currently creating Baltic Amber teething necklaces, Chomp teething and nursing necklaces, pacifier clips, onesies, and much more.


Kim has always been an, “I can make that!” kind of person. These days she have been focused on making clothes for the kiddies! She’s thrilled that she’s now making clever things for you and yours too!