Mixology Marmalades is an exciting new line of jams & jellies made right here in Central Ohio. These gourmet spreads feature unique flavor combinations inspired by beer, wine and classic cocktails! Made with Ohio-brewed craft beer or wines from local vineyards, each Mixology Marmalades flavor is a tantalizing taste treat - the perfect complement to any meal. The discerning host will enjoy one-of-a-kind combinations like Raspberry Ginger Riesling, Mulled Merlot, Hard Cider Apple Pie, and Black Rum Cherries
Mixology Marmalades was founded in 2013 by husband and wife team James & Sheree Jarc. Sheree and James are both lifelong Ohioans with a passion for local small business…and great food! When the idea for a line of artisanal jellies struck, the Jarcs quickly seized the opportunity and began experimenting with different flavors. With a little
research, some trial and error, and a few glasses of…ahem…inspiration, Mixology Marmalades was born!
Currently, Mixology Marmalades jellies are featured in several local specialty shops
and seasonal flavors will be available online at www.mixologymarmalades.com throughout the Holiday Season.
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I'm Michelle Geissbuhler and Goathill Productions is my little company.
"Goathill" comes from my name, which is Swiss and means "one who lives near the
I take vintage books and boardgames and
turn them into functional art — albums, journals, ornaments, jewelry, coasters,
greeting cards, gift tags — whatever inspires me! I love turning "nothing" into
"something." This year, I am featuring whimsical trees made from vintage
books and other papers, garlands, "pinwheel" greeting cards and magnetic
memo boards made with images of a 1917 Ohio map. I live and work in Worthington, Ohio. Goathill Productions became
official a few years ago. This whole thing started with me making greeting cards for
personal use. I realized I had made more of them than I could possibly use and wondered whether there might be a market for them. One thing led to another, and voila! A little company was born!
I've always been interested in art and have dabbled in it throughout my life. Many of the
things I create come from a hands-on, trial-and-error process. Sometimes I find instructions for something online, or by deconstructing something I've seen elsewhere, but I always put my own personal twist on it to make it truly unique.
Hi, my name is Dan Wisniewski. I have a passion for woodworking and design. I have always liked building things from an early age. My grandpa was a carpenter, I learned woodworking techniques from him and helped my dad remodel a fixer-upper. I have always loved home renovation and making my house a home.
I make custom furniture and home decor. Pretty much anything that you can put in your house. As a mechanical engineer at a product design firm by trade I love the fusion of form and function. I strive to make high quality products that are both ascetically pleasing and mechanically sound. I have an unhealthy obsession with HGTV and Pintrest. I enjoy being creative and making things that are not out there yet with a modern rustic twist. Most of my products started with projects/problems I had around my house.
I am originally from Toledo, Ohio but have lived in Columbus for the past 12 years.
I started D & W Elements started in July of 2013. That is when my long time hobby became a business.
D & W Elements all started because I was searching everywhere to find a vanity for my
bathroom remodel and couldn't find anything I liked. So I decided to go to the store, buy some lumber and make my own. The canvases and posters came from my passion for making my house a home. I made the "Hello & Goodbye" to put in my entry hallway to welcome people to my house. They started by cutting out vinyl and spraying the canvases and now I am having them printed on the canvases and I stretch them myself.
I set up a workshop in my garage, which is fully furnished with all the saws and tools I need. I am a "dumpster diver" so most of my tools were found on Craigslist or garage sales. My workbenches and shelves I built and designed myself. I learned from my grandpa the meticulous details of woodworking and am sill learning new things every day. I am constantly striving to make new products that are aesthetically pleasing and functional that will look great in any home.