Fangboner Farms

Become a Vendor at Fangboner Farms!

Become a Vendor at Fangboner Farms!

If there’s one thing that staying home more during COVID-19 has taught us, it’s that we often have much more than we need. Why not take all that extra stuff (clothes, home decor, etc.) you’ve been hoarding in your closet and sell it to make an extra buck?


From now until September 27th, Fangboner Farms is giving community members like you the opportunity to do just that with our Attic Sales! Basically, you can sell the gently used items you’ve been holding onto for years, or you could showcase your crafting prowess. From quilt makers and needlepoint mavens to bakers and soap makers, Fangboner Farms welcomes all vendors.


We think it’s a good time to open our doors to local makers (and to regular folks who could use a little extra pocket money in an unpredictable economy). You can learn the up-to-the-minute details on this event on our Facebook page. Contact us if you’d like to reserve a spot: email Elizabeth@fangboner.com or call 567-703-6191. 
Buyers Beware: Not all Hand Sanitizers are Created Equal

Buyers Beware: Not all Hand Sanitizers are Created Equal

Last month, the FDA released an advisory against using certain hand sanitizers that contain a harmful ingredient: methanol. It’s a wood alcohol that is toxic when ingested or absorbed through your skin. Many of these products have been recalled after the ingredient was discovered, but there are still some that might be lingering on the market, or at least in your home.


We want to reassure our customers that our hand sanitizer and spray is a safe and natural tool for good hygiene. First our hand sanitizer: it’s made with aloe vera gel, lavender and tea tree oils, and alcohol. Our hand and beard disinfectant sanitizer spray is made with the same essential oils, alcohol, disinfecting hydrogen peroxide, glycerin, and distilled water.


It’s so very important for us to be transparent with our customers about these products that are made at Fangboner Farms. We want to let you all know that you’re safe with us! If you have any further questions about how we make our sanitizers, please feel free to leave us a comment, or ask us the next time you visit.

How to Master a Farmhouse Motif

How to Master a Farmhouse Motif

Farmhouse decor is the cornerstone of how we’ve designed our own Farm Market store, as well as our Airbnb. So, what are some ways for you to achieve a similar look? We made a little list to help you out, plus a few suggestions for products you might want to incorporate in your farmhouse overhaul.

  1. Rather than bright, vibrant colors, choose muted neutrals, like greys, whites, and beige. You can also incorporate small design items that embody this principle, like these wood garland beads.

 

2. Embrace outdoor elements that showcase natural simplicity. Something like this real dried pompas grass.

3. Purchase (or make your own) repurposed/upcycled furniture and decor. It captures the whimsical, yet sophisticated, farmhouse style.

4. Choose natural-looking fibers in your decor. Little touches like these cotton coasters make a big statement.

5. Choose lots of wood and iron accents. We love our wrought iron wine glasses for storing fruit and other snacks.