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Miles & Kay Designs

Hannah Burney I 28

Co-Owner of Miles & Kay Designs

Hometown: Denver, IN

Current Location: Fishers, IN

Hannah has her hands full most of the time being a mom to son, Miles, and wife to a police officer. The little free time she has, she tries to spend it with her family and friends.

She also enjoys attending craft fairs, farmers markets, sporting events, and participating in outdoor activities. Since Hannah can remember, she has always enjoyed crafting. As kids, Hannah and sister, Taylor, spent a lot of their time after school crafting at home with their mother. Aside from making wreaths, Hannah currently works full-time for the State of Indiana in the Office of Medicaid Policy and Planning. She is a Senior Manager in the Policy and Program Development Section.

Taylor Horn I 25

Co-Owner of Miles & Kay Designs

Hometown: Denver, IN

Current Location: Fishers, IN

Taylor is an avid reader, crafter, baker, coffee drinker, and animal lover. She enjoys spending her free time with friends, family, and her dog and two cats. She has a Bachelor of Arts in English, and she recently started a lifestyle blog focusing on travel, food, style, and beauty pursuing her passion for reading and writing. She currently works full-time at Three Dog Bakery where she gets to bake dog treats and play with puppies all day.

Hannah and her husband purchased their first house in Fishers in March of 2018, and as a housewarming gift, Taylor made a wreath that had caught Hannah's eye on Pinterest. Friends and family began to request wreaths of their own, which motivated the duo to use their love for crafting together to create their business.

The name Miles & Kay Designs was derived from Hannah's son, Miles, and Kay is their late grandmother, as well as, their mother's middle name. Hannah and Taylor are both designers for their business, but Hannah has the additional tasks of maintaining their social media accounts and bookkeeping.

Along with wreaths, the crafty sisters also make homemade soy wax melts, soy candles, macrame, small custom decor signs, other floral decor such as nursery mobiles, and other repurposed home decor. They began selling their products at farmers markets, craft shows, DIY wreath events, and have items on display inside their mother's beauty salon, Beauty Box in Rochester, Indiana.

With the trend of DIY craft classes on the rise, the duo hatched the idea of a DIY wreath event and held their first party at Brookston's Touch in Denver, Indiana. The event was a hit, and since they have had several DIY wreath parties at other venues including Rochester's very own Schnabeltier. Miles & Kay Designs also offers private parties where hosts can receive a free wreath.

When partnering with businesses, class sizes usually range from ten to twenty people. Those signing up for custom wreath classes can choose from pre-selected designs to make their own. During each class, the sisters provide the supplies and guide the group with tips and tricks on how to attach decorations and visualize their own custom wreaths. Hannah and Taylor also give the option of allowing their participants to fully engross themselves in the experience by putting their own spin on the original design. They encourage people to be creative and craft with their own style in mind.

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