Funky Sunshine
Funky Sunshine

Funky Sunshine

The short story..  Funky Sunshine is an eclectic collection of handmade funky goods and tie dye made for you and your home. Everything is 100% unique and made with lots of love ensuring no item will be the same! :)

We are inspired by everyday items being recycled and reused into something better. 

Our sole purpose is to spread love through color and art, good vibes, and hugs! We host 9 local Artists, as well as local music to help spread their unique love and light as well!

Anything but ordinary. Nothing but extraordinary!




If you aren't familiar with the Funky Sunshine way, please, poke around and check us out! If we did our jobs right, you should be smiling soon! Life is beautiful and we want to spread the good vibes and love!


and as always:  Be Kind friends!


Stephanie, Casey, and Holly


Please visit our Etsy Shop:


Leap Year Open Tie Dye

February 29th - 3-6pm 


Spring Open Tie Dye Dates:

March 6th - 3-6pm

March 27th - 3-6pm

April 3rd - 3-6pm

April 10th - 3-6pm

April 24th - 3-6pm

May 1st - 3-6pm

May 15th - 3-6pm


Mother's Day Tie Dye Partayyy!

May 10th - 2-5pm


Acrylic Paint Pour Events with Kayla:

March 27th - 7-9pm

April 10th - 7-9pm

May 15th - 7-9pm

June 12th - 7-9pm

July 24th - 7-9pm

August 14th - 7-9pm

September 25th - 7-9pm

October 16th - 7-9pm

November 13th - 7-9pm

December 11th - 7-9pm



October 24th 2-9pm

Mats for the Homeless

Have you ever passed a stranger on the street and wished there was something you could do to help? What if we told you there was a way to recycle your old plastic grocery bags into a sleeping mat for those in need? Well, where there's a will, there is always a way! Join us at our first get together to assemble mats for the homeless!
We have a donation bin set up inside the store to collect plastic bags. It takes about 500 - 1,000 bags to make one mat. The process includes cutting the bags into strips, joining the strips, and crocheting them together. It's no small feat to make even one mat. We would love as many helping hands as we can get! Especially those who already know how to crochet! All ages can help flatten the bags and create plarn balls, so don't be afraid to come if you don't know how to crochet, or have yound kids. 

We will have snacks and refreshments, but you are welcome to bring your own! This is a free event, we would love your help and support in this venture with us!


We are trying to host at least one Mat event a month (except throughout the summer). Stay tuned for an updated list of dates! 

Our Mats for the Homeless events are all from 12pm - 4pm on the following Saturdays:


November 23rd

December 14th

January 11th

February 22nd

March 7th

April 4th


Our plastic bag storage is OVERFLOWING so at this time we are no longer accepting plastic bags. You are always welcome to drop off plarn balls, but we simply cannot store anymore unprepped bags.

** Recycle your election signs with us. See our facebook video for more details.

Upcoming Vending Dates:

Don't worry even with the open storefront we will continue vending!! 


The Hippie Fests 2020 Tour

March 14th and 15th, 2020 - Dawsonville, GA

May 30th, 2020 - Kalamazoo, MI

August 1st and 2nd, 2020 - Hocking Hills, OH

August 15th, 2020 - Ionia, MI

September 26th, 2020 - IN

October 3rd, 2020 - Mears, MI


Cabin Fever Reliever

Terrapin Hill Farms - Harrodsburg, KY

April 17th - 19th


Geek Out 7

Hannon's Camp America - Oxford, OH

June 4th - 7th



Terrapin Hill Farms - Harrodsburg, KY

June 18th - 21st


Hippie Living Fair

Buck Lake Ranch - Angola, IN

September 11th - 13th


Resonance Music & Arts Fest

Cooper's Lake - PA

September 17th - 20th


October 24th - FUNKY FEST 6

@Funky Sunshine - Cincinnati, OH

2pm - 9pm


Featured Artists within Funky Sunshine

Connect with us on our social media accounts to stay updated on all the fun new things we are getting into! We also post behind the scenes action, coupons, sales, and contest! 

Instagram @funksunshine

Background photo courtesy of Nicole Berger.

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