2024 Green Gift Shop

Thursday, December 5, 2024

1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Carmel Clay Public Library

VENDORS: If you would like to participate in the Green Gift Shop and have a product or service that meets the criteria, please go to the vendor information for more details or email mzalon@carmelgreen.org.   

Alita Knit

Knitted wear for newborns & adults. I hand knit the products without the use of any machines. Alicia Lana

Earth Rocks

Jewelry with a boho attitude – handcrafted by Lynn Jenkins from natural stones or unique upcycled pieces.

Hoosier Environmental Council

Hoosier Environmental Council (HEC) is the voice of the people for the environment in Indiana. HEC is a state-wide non-profit environmental advocacy organization that focuses on water, air, agriculture, land, transportation and clean energy issues for the state of Indiana.

Just Millie and Me

I make women’s one of a kind clothing from vintage and recycled fabrics and embellishments.  Emily Kniesly


Chocolatier Joann Hofer was first exposed to her elaborate craft while living in Austria. With a painting background she quickly recognized chocolate as art and a medium to constantly learn from. 

After learning from International chocolate masters she decided to dive into her own choco-venture, started in 2011. Find her in the shop 228 W Main St Carmel – Thursday to Saturday 12-5 and at the Carmel and Broad Ripple Farmers markets on Saturdays. Her love of art, food and travel are best expressed through chocolate. Give a local and artisan made chocolate gift for the Holidays.

Maria’s Candles and More

Maria’s Candles and More began in 2004 in Indianapolis, Indiana. I began making candles because of worsening allergies, and could no longer tolerate traditional petroleum based parafin wax candles. My soy candles are handmade with no dyes, allergy friendly fragrance oils, and packaged in reusable glass jelly and mason jars. Tonya Samuels

Recycled to a Tee

Recycled to a Tee upcycles gently loved clothing into unique gifts and home decor. Find a pillow for your favorite sports fan, a toy for your special pet, and holiday decor to spruce up your home. Or allow us to turn your graduating senior’s favorite tees into a quilt they can take to college. Tammy Sander

Olde Tyme Adornmente

I love creating jewelry from vintage (existing) elements.  It gives new life to these pieces from the past and keeps them out of landfills. The necklace in the picture was made from an orphaned clip-on earring, a broken rosary chain, a vintage brooch filigree, and some old bracelet findings. Debbie Batistatos

That’s Sew Martha

I make one of a kind creations for children using at least fifty per cent repurposed fabric and vintage linens along with fun, retro reproduction fabric.  My creations also include aprons for children and adults.  My favorite apron pattern is from the 1940s.  Custom orders are welcome using your family heirloom linens or a dress made from Grandpas shirt! Martha St. Claire

KG Acres Farm & Featherwerks

Unique, handcrafted, up-cycled home and body decor comprised of feathers from our free-ranging domestic fowl. Laura Karr

Afterglow Market

Carmel’s first eco-friendly shopping destination featuring women and men’s clothing brands that are committed to ecological sustainability along with pre-loved quality clothing that deserve a second chance.

Check out our unique buyback program that encourages customers to return gently used clothing from a list of approved brands for generous store credit. Embrace the circular economy and reduce clothing waste!  Rachel & Jason Mirabella Instagram: @afterglowmarket

Clean Your Skin Nature’s Way Soaps

Handcrafted Vegan Olive Oil Soaps & Fizzy Bath Bombs. Winifred Costello

Artzyalli Creating Yourself

It all started with my cousin’s Shetland sheep farm, and all the sheared wool.  In repurposing the wool from her family farm led to reusing wool from other farms. The journey began of creating denim and fabric flowers to incorporate them in my work and recycling metals in my jewelry designs.  Allison Kruer

Kaps for Kids

Kaps for Kids creates extraordinary products and impact from ordinary bottle caps. 10% of the sales go toward children’s charities. Nathan Rues

Land Goods

After teaching elementary school for 30 years and celebrating Earth Day every year, I realized what a throw-away society we have become. After my retirement, I created Land goods, LLC, a company that makes Earth friendly products and promotes caring for the Earth.  My business is also my mission. Trudy Land

B&D Woodcrafts

The wood used in our crafts is from recycled materials.  The charcuterie and cheese boards are made from leftover wood from a furniture maker.  The patio coolers from cedar fencing and the serving trays from crates that wine is shipped in. We are very proud of our hand made woodcrafts. Vern Donohue

2022 Green Gift Shop