Local Artisans

We love to find individual artist that are trying to sustain themselves through their art. We scour Etsy and craft fairs to find such people and we are constantly adding to our partnerships.  We want to tell you their stories so you understand how your purchase can help change lives.


Amano Trading was founded in 1997 as a fair trade company offering goods from Mexico. In 2007 Amano Studio was established as an outlet for their US made jewelry line.  Amano is a small and humble enterprise that works very hard to provide the best quality products.  They also believe in social justice and fair trade practices and rewards their employee's efforts with paid holidays, vacation and health insurance. We love Amano's carded products and horse shoe cuffs made in their studio in Sonoma, CA. Shop for their pieces in bracelets


Emily, the owner of Chapelhil loves to create and has always had a fascination with words and the power they have. Her bracelets have become like a journal for her. Each bracelet is made one letter at a time so each piece is unique.  Emily custom makes our aluminum cuffs in her studio in North Carolina. Shop for her pieces in cuffs


This Amish family-run company has been designing and manufacturing handmade leather goods with an eye for quality and sustainability for decades.  They only use top quality bridle leather that is tanned without chromium. They custom make the straps for our Horse Hippie bags in their work shop in Ohio. Shop for their work in handbags


High on Hemp is a woman owned jewelry company that was founded in 2011. They make handcrafted 100% hemp bracelets, necklaces, anklets and earrings from the highest quality hemp cord and beads. High on Hemp custom makes Horse Hippie's Peace, Love, Horses bracelets in their studio in Canada. Shop for her pieces in bracelets


Linda has always loved horses and they inspired her to draw and paint the beauty of the horse. She aspires to make original creations that all horse lovers will love to have and enjoy. Linda makes leather cuffs and horse hair bracelets for Horse Hippie in her studio in Maine. Shop for her pieces in bracelets


 Rose is the eldest daughter in a big Italian family.  She has always possessed an innate sense of design & style, having originally begun to weave what would end up becoming her first bracelet prototypes under her grandmother’s instruction, as a young child. Now as a mother of two, she designs hand-crafted jewelry and accessories that inevitably reflect her personality: colorful, adaptable and unique. Horse Hippie carries a variety of bracelets and headbands made in her studio in Florida. Shop for her pieces in bracelets


Michelle, the owner of The Savvy Coconut absolutely LOVES being outdoors. She loves to walk her dog, hike, run, play sports, swim, or do anything where she's moving around. This lifestyle led her to create her headbands. These yoga/workout headbands will stay on your head 100% (as long as you wear them lower on your forehead), they will catch your sweat, and they are stretchy and soft so they form to your head without causing headaches. We love them because they are perfect for riding too! Shop for her pieces in headbands


The Reynolds are a family that loves spending time together creating items for their home as well as items for others. Their shop was inspired by their youngest niece but has blossomed into so much more. They create jewelry pieces to celebrate life, love, and friendship, as remembrance of a lost loved one, and custom designs for Horse Hippie in their studio in Virginia. Shop for their pieces in necklaces


The owners/artists behind Vintage Rose are sisters and mothers to five children, each. Their love for creating beautiful things started at the apron hem of their mother.  She believed deeply in teaching and instructing them to be creative. Horse Hippie purchases a variety of their head wraps made in their studio in Utah. Shop for their pieces in headbands


After working for 12 years in a stressful job that Karen decided to make a change.  She ran away from that job in Jan 2007 and hasn't looked back. Now, she creates her pewter jewelry in an old farm house in rural northwestern Pennsylvania where she can look out and see her horse in the pasture and her dog Kalli supervises daily happenings in the studio.  Shop for her pieces in necklaces