Define: mak·er ˈmākər/
a person or thing that makes or produces something.
Synonyms: creator, manufacturer, constructor, builder, producer, fabricator, inventor, architect, designer
When we first started this journey, we never expected to bring other Makers in the shop. I had a few of my friends' products in the shop, though, and I quickly realized that I loved to share about them. There's something about having that constant community of support - sharing ideas, promoting each other, and working together. We started bringing in more and more Makers and I felt like this... this makes my heart happy. We are so thankful to work with and feature some of the best artists and handmade products in our little slice of Georgia!
Check out our current Makers below! "Like" them on Social Media, support their businesses, and come see them at RM!
Classic City Bee Company
Makers: Doyle and Chelsea Johnson
By giving bees the respect they deserve we strive to offer the finest honey and body care products available, educate the world, and inspire all people to live happier and healthier lives.
Find Classic City Bee Company Online: www.classiccitybee.com
Maker: Lindsey Welch
Addylu Candles are made with 100% soy wax – a natural, non-toxic, eco-friendly resource that’s American made. Each candle is carefully created in small batches, with the goal of a great-smelling, high-quality soy candle! Handmade in Bethlehem, Georgia since 2014.
Find Addylu Candles Online: www.addylucandles.com
Maker: Blythe Kelley
My goal is to create each piece I make with care and love. I strive to sell the best, well-made products and keep things beautiful, always. My hope is that whoever receives one of my pieces will enjoy and love it, always putting a smile on their face.
Find Nettie Christine Online: www.nettiechristineceramics.com
Maker: Erin Evans
Hi! I'm Erin and I'm Jane's Daughter, really -- Jane is my mom! My love for the arts started young while sewing dolls' clothes with my sweet grandmother and has since grown and morphed into Jane's Daughter. My work encompasses my love of fiber arts, printmaking, photography, jewelry, nature, adventure, and family. Usually all of my creations happen in my studio surrounded by a 14 foot furry purple toothbrush (which I made) and a huge mess (which I also made) while listening to cast albums of Broadway musicals or pod casts and drinking massive amounts of coffee.
I hope Jane's Daughter inspires you to have the Courage to be the Creative person you were meant to be and to Love the world around you.
Find Jane's Daughter Online: www.janesdaughter.com
Huggy Bee & Co.
Maker: Stephanie Dills
Whimsical handmade items for the little Huggy Bees in your life! At RM, we sell crocheted hats, scarves, boho vests, crowns, mermaid tails, and blankets!
Find Huggy Bee & Co. Online:
The Key to Missions
Makers: Abbey and Allison Browning
We wanted to think of a simple way we could use our artistic talents to raise money for worldwide missions, and that is when the idea of these key necklaces and bracelets came about. As we began creating our product we realized that they are so fun to make and have inspired us during the process as well. Each key has an inspiring word or value on it that we hope the person wearing it tries to live out daily when wearing one of our pieces of jewelry.
Find The Key to Missions Online: www.thekeytomissions.com
Makers: David and Ashley White
We believe home furnishings should have a purpose and a story, just like people. Our wood is sourced as locally as possible and we are passionate about small business and hard work. It is an honor to create meaningful pieces for our customers.
Find Sawmill Woodworks Online: www.sawmillwoodworks.com
Tailored By Torrey
Maker: Brianna Torrey
I grew up sewing with my mom and have always had a heart for using my creative spark. I began Tailored by Torrey while I was working full-time in 2011 making aprons, bags and other items from vintage linens in a style that I likes to call "Vintage Revival". I was blessed with the opportunity to expand my business by staying home full-time in 2014 when my first daughter was born. From there, my focus began to primarily revolve around functional and stylish pieces for children and babies. I now have two little girls in my life and use them for daily inspiration for my products. At Revolutionaries Market, you will find a fun assortment of my various baby and children's items, along with a few pops of Vintage Revival. My items are inspired by my littles, and made for yours!
Find Tailored by Torrey Online: www.tailoredbytorrey.com
Makers: Logan and Katherine Higgins
Jacks Avenue consists of a husband and wife duo drawing and painting the places we've traveled to. We wish to celebrate the beautiful architecture of the towns we visit and share it with those who love it as much as we do.
Find Jacks Avenue Online: www.jacksavenue.com
Coloring Their World
Maker: Sarah Campbell
CTW handcrafted items are full of whimsy, color, patterns and play - inspiring imagination in all ages. From magnetic bird mobiles to fabric bins, the contrast of colors and patterns draws your eye to these unique pieces of art and décor.
Find Coloring Their World Online: www.coloringtheirworld.com
Almas & Co.
Maker: Maria Golubinskiy
We are lovers of all things nature! We offer exclusive bee pollen necklaces and keychains at RM. There are also seed bombs! Never heard of them? They are crafted from decomposable materials, and protect seedlings from harsh weather and scavenging animals. Head over to Coffee Camper Co. and give our natural herbal teas a taste, all grown from our seed bombs! Sweeten to taste with our locally sourced Wildflower honey!
Find Almas & Co. Online: www.etsy.com/shop/Almasandco
Maker: Allison McMaster
Finding an unique gift that brings an unexpected smile to someone’s face is hard. You want to be the one with the fun gift. The one that is talked about for years…
My name is Allison McMaster and I am the designer and owner of BKA Design, an independently run business in beautiful Marietta, Georgia! I would love to make that search for THAT gift as simple as possible!
Find BKA Design Online: https://bkadesign.com/
Maker: Megan Linebaugh
Megan’s leathercraft journey began from the quest to make dog tags for her fur-kids that didn’t “clink”. She thought leather would be a suitable medium to use, and she was right—quiet pet tags….#success! After solving her initial problem, Megan decided to try her hand at making additional small items for family and friends. She quickly fell in love with the craft and now spends her days (and most nights!) creating quality leather goods with personalized touches. Although you’ll no longer find pet tags in her product offering, you will find bracelets, bookmarks, wallets, journals, bags…and more!
Find Megan's Mark Online: https://megansmarkleather.com/
Tunes & Spoons
Makers: Rachel Murphy
Rachel Murphy is the owner and creator of Tunes & Spoons Shop. She loves color, ALL OF THE COLORS! She is a mama of 3 little ones and a former opera singer. Tunes and Spoons Shop makes banners and garlands from new, repurposed, and vintage lace and fabrics! You can pick and choose from individual letters to say or spell anything you’d like! Be on the look out during holiday seasons for the line of colorful and eclectic Christmas stockings! She hopes whenever you see her creations they make you feel happy and spark a sense of vibrancy and joy!
Find Tunes & Spoons Online: www.etsy.com/shop/tunesandspoons
Reclaimed to Fame
Maker: Karen Allen
I have always enjoyed vintage items and I have collected for many years. I started selling in antique malls in the early 2000's. I simply just love old junk! I came up with the name "Reclaimed to Fame" because I believe in making what's old, new again, as well as fabulous new beginnings!
Maker: Heather Russell
Small-batch preserves, mustard, relish, vinegar, shrubs, pickles, and all things saucy. Handcrafted and sourced from local and regional sustainable ingredients in lovely Athens, Ga.
Find Piedmont Provisions Online: https://squareup.com/store/piedmont-provisions
Leaph Felt Flower Boutique
Maker: Christopher Blake
Leaph started as a sort of study. After researching the botany of specific flowers I would try my best to recreate them in felt. It wasn't until I made and arranged a few different types of flowers and greenery that I knew I was stumbling upon something special. The image of a felt flower-filled shop blossomed in my mind and I've been chasing that vision ever since!
Find Leaph Felt Flower Boutique Online: http://www.christopherblakehandmade.com/leaph-felt-floristry