Spring Fling 2023 – An Introduction of the vendors

Last updated 5/3/2023

Greetings from Fulton Valley Farms! We are excited to announce our upcoming event, the 3rd Annual Spring Fling, taking place on May 13th from 9am-4pm.

In the following weeks, we will be introducing you to over forty-five talented vendors showcasing their unique products, suitable for everyone in the family. Make sure you don’t miss out on the opportunity to shop with these amazing vendors!

We appreciate you taking the time to read about our exciting event and vendors. Stay tuned for more vendor introductions in just two days!

Meet The Vendors

Tap Truck
We are so excited to have the Tap Truck join us this year!
Zach Collett- Owner of Tap Truck. Zach and his wife Keri run the Tap Truck together. Tap truck is the most exciting catering service.  Serving all of your favorite beverages right from the side of their 1949 Chevy Panel Truck. 

Diane Rayzer, the owner of Delyza Jewelry
She creates exquisite handcrafted jewelry that enhances your personal style. She uses a variety of beads and metals to make stunning necklaces, earrings, and bracelets.

Timirie Shibley, the owner of DooDads Dads Permanent Jewelry
She has been in the business since last fall. With her unique technique, she can micro-weld a charm onto a chain in no time.

Tammy Squier is an Independent Scentsy Representative
She has been with Scentsy for over a year. Tammy loves that she can spend time with her six grandchildren while being a part of Scentsy, which specializes in Warmers and various fragrances.

Sarah Santonage is the owner of Miss Fitz Creations. 
Sarah is a very busy person, she is a single mother of three boys a d fostering a girl. So doing her crafting is her get away from stress. She specializes in quirky polymer clay jewelry.  When you see them , you will understand why she calls them quirky. When you  visit her booth, you will also find t-shirts and pillows. Make sure you checkout MissFitz Creations.

Candice Taylor is a Educational Services Representative and Brand partner with Paperpie (formerly know as Usborne Books and More).
In talking with Candice she has three boys. So selling Paperpie is important 5o her because of the Educational value they have.  She has been with Paperpie for six years. Paperpie has Recently acquired a steam toy line, so they ca sell so much more than just books. Literacy and Educational books and toys are very important to Paperpie.

Heather Thompson, owner Sweet Indulgences.
She started Sweet Indulgences because she started having sensitivity to the products you can buy in the stores. She has learned to use high quality basic ingredients for her Sugar Scrubs. Besides he4 Sugar scrubs, she sells bath bombs and hot cocoa bombs. She started a year ago and just started selling g this year.

Cathy Loffland, owner Love 2 Craft.
She is one of those people that turned her hobbies into a business. She is the owner of Love 2 Craft, she has been in business for 10 years. She makes Stuffed Teddy Bears and crocheted animals and other sewn items. You will find out that  Cathy is not afraid to try anything new.

Lori Miles, owner Gigi’s Threads.
She has been sewing since Junior high and developed a love for quilting later in life.  She owned a fabric/quilt shop in Winfield in the 90’s. She started Gigi’s Threads when her daughter came to her a d wanted bummies for her first born in 2020. It then turned into  Bell  Bottoms. Then she started getting requests for boys. Lori is now working out her home and doing Vendor events. She loves doing Vendor events and loves meeting new people.

Kirstie Byrd – the owner of Byrd house KC, LLC.
She is a new small business owner. I her booth you will find handmade quilts and bags and other coordinating items. Make sure you check out Kristi beautiful work.

Jeff Diebold is the owner of Carve-a-lot.
Has been is business for 20 years. He started. Out in a kiosk in th3 mall. You will find carved 2ood flags, signs and plaques. You will also find vinyl appli3d to street signs. Congratulations to Jeff on 20 years in Business.

Michelle Ellis is the owner Ellis Island . 
She sells Teas, spices and homemade goodies. Michelle can tell you information about Teas and spices that would surprise you. She knows her stuff. She smokes meat for competition and wanted the spices to beat the big boys she says. She started to company to make sure everyone can have the best.

Robin Collins is the owner of R&R Enterprises. 
When you think of R&R Enterprises you would not think of these beautiful creations that Robin makes.  She designs and creates handmade wreaths. She has been in business for 10 months. She is another crafter that her hobby turned into a business.

Natalie Petz is with Frontline Flair (Colorstreet). 
She started selling colorstreet in October of 2021, to have a chance to be more financially independent.  But more importantly she loves the product. Natalie is a registered  vet nurse and show horses. With all this wear and tear on her nails, Colorstreet stands up. Natalie this is a great product and affordable way to have pretty nails,

Rise Up and Bake is a local based bakery offering unique and delicious treats.
We will celebrate our first year in business in the fall of 2023, and what a blessing this first year has been! We are pleased to be
able to provide you with custom cakes, macaroons and soft and chewy cookies, or make us part of your
extra event with dessert bars of all sizes!

Maria Lazcano- owner of Artrsanias Marimar
Has been in business for 3 years. I sell mainly at craft show in Newton. I started selling gold plated jewelry when I was gifted a bag of full from my sister in law in
Mexico City. From there I had customers interested in leather handmade sandals and decorated purses. Just recently adding clay coffee mugs and vases, with the help of my business partner Maricela Hernandez.

Megan Springs is the owner of The Ruffled Feather LLC.
At the the Ruffled Feather we believe that our bodies and minds are connected both spiritual and physically, and how we physically influences our
emotional wellbeing in a significant way. You deserve only the best products for your body because you
are valuable, worthy, and unique. Most importantly, you deserve to enjoy the luxury without the luxurious cost. Our products are made
with only the best local ingredients for the most discerning clients. Treat yourself the way you deserve
to be treated.

Sandy Stadheim is a consultant for Tastefully Simple.
She has been with the company for 20 years. Tastefully simple sells SEAsonings and mixes. She also makes crafts. She has been doing craft shows for
over 40 years.

TAYLOR Bowman – is the Wicked Twisted Creations.
She has been making tumblers since Covid started. I needed something to pass the time. I’ve been making goodies since I was a kid. I was always involved
with Bake sells growing up. Now I do it as adult and I involve my daughter with me to teach her home
economics and finances.

Stacy Hibbs- is the owner of Hibbs artistic Creations.
We make resin art, bookmarks, keychains, sunbathers and original art and natural Gemstone Jewelry.

Aimee Seaboy is the owner of AnM Smilin Faces.
Aimee is a face painter.

Jennifer Algeria is the owner of Arelise, LLC.
At Arelise we believe that beauty comes from within and that earrings makes you fancy. We make unique earrings and apparel! Be Bold, be unique, be YOUtiful.

Jennifer Owens is a consultant for Hello Love.
If you love having cute nails but don’t like expensive salon price. Hello Love is the perfect solution for you! Hello Love is a luxury press on nail brand t hat is the
longest lasting, thickest, strongest, and most durable nail on the market. They apply in about 15 minutes and last two weeks. You have to try them to see for yourself.

Please check back often, we are adding more vendor profiles every couple of days…

Full List of all Vendors Attending Spring Fling 2023

AnM Smilin Faces

Arielise, LLC

Artrsanias Marimar

AVA Said

B’s Flow Designs

Baby Boom Boutique

Bumblebee and Daisy

Burning Hills Boutique

Byrdhouse LlC

Carve -a-Lot

Crystal Care

Delyza Jewelry

Do & We Jewelry

DooDads Perm. Jewelry

Dotting Cottage

Ellis Island Farm

Fosnight Crafts

Front Line Flair

Gigi’s Threads

Granny’s Gifts

Hello Love

Hibbs Artistic Creations

Its Just Peachy

Katiedid Creations

Lavender Lady

Lazy Moon Soap Co.

Love 2 Craft

Lucy K’s Boutique


Missys Crafts

Moonlit Dandelions

Nellie’s Bath and Body Essentials

Papa J’s SEAsonings

Pink Zebra

Prarieland Innovations

R&R Enterprises

Rise up and Bake

Rosebud Creations

Rosell Art Glass


Snappy Queen Bee


Sweet Indulgences by Heather

Tap Truck Kansas

Things Remembered

Thirty-One Bags & Gifts

Tracy’s Crafty Closet

Wicked Twisted Creations

Wilma’s Silver Wears

We look forward to see all of you next month. For all the event details, please visit out Spring Fling Event page.

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Fulton Valley Farms was founded in 1869 and is currently owned by David and Betty Corbin. The Corbin’s, along with their family, operate this real working heritage farm.  The farm has been in the same family over 150 years!

Today, FVF is a large wedding venue and special events business as well.

At Fulton Valley Farms, we love to share what we enjoy everyday with those who do not have the same opportunity. We started Fulton Valley Farms from the idea of using our space to fulfill the enjoyment of others. The Farm is situated between a rippling stream and 150 sprawling acres of land covered with woods and lined with growing crops. 

Our venue boasts a large events building, The Boot Scootin Barn The Woods Conference Center, several small meeting venues, walking paths with bridges, streams, ponds, wooded areas, and open land.
This unique combination allows us to cater to guest’s individual needs.

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