Nadine’s love of molding clay and creating things was born at a young age when she experienced hearing problems. Now she runs a mixed media art and sculpture studio in St. Petersburg specializing in “whimsy and comedy.”
Sassafras Street Market is an art and wall décor company based out of Apollo Beach.
For nearly 35 years, Dennis and Jennifer Brock have been exposing thousands of children to science and nature through microscopes.
An elementary school teacher is using her love for science -- and her dog -- to create beautiful pieces inspired by Florida's natural beauty.
Karina Plemmons feels most at home with a needle and thread in her hands. She spends hours creating a picture from a textile.
There are big cookies -- and then there are these bad boys. Matt's Fat Cookies is a locally owned business that sells massive, half-pound treats that are the size of a baseball.
Five years ago, Lauren Dykes was trying to figure out what to do with some old books. She decided she would repurpose a book into a piece of art and that's when she discovered book folding.
DOU Bakehouse is an artisan bakery located in Lakeland, Florida. They do most of their business in wholesale to resorts in Orlando, but they have curbside pickup available at their kitchen in Lakeland.
Craft Canine Treats is an all-natural dog treat company in Seminole Heights, and their unique recipe includes spent grain from local breweries.
Coastal Flow Furniture and Décor is known primarily for surfboard-style tables.
For years, Maegan Griffin wanted to try making her own soap. Six years ago, she noticed her daughter would have skin reactions to many store-bought baby soaps. That was the final push she needed to try soap-making.
Kay, a Chicago native herself, says it’s her unique blend of seasoning and mild sauce that makes her chicken and fish Chicago-style.
With Valentine's Day around the corner, Bay Area businesses hope lovers will shop local. From candles to chocolates, there's plenty to choose from.
A local company has a big job – literally – in helping Tampa become the center of the football universe this week.
As the clock ticked down during the Tampa Bay Buccaneers NFC Championship victory over the Green Bay Packers, Laura Paredes had a hunch.
Eat Your Words Custom Cookies operates out of a kitchen in Pinellas County. Owner Holly Noah says the company is in the confectionary communications business.
Tara Reinhart with Front Door Designs has been very busy making and shipping custom front door wreaths, especially her Buccaneers-themed ones.
St. Pete Ferments mostly makes sauerkraut and kimchi, but their products also include beet kvass and Kombucha.
Sunny Culture is a St. Petersburg-based company that makes water kefir. It’s a fermented probiotic drink created by using a symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeasts.
For eight years, Nick Reale has been turning wood into objects like spindles, table legs and bowls. He also creates furniture like coffee tables, chairs and stools.