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Steve and Carolyn Bupp are two small town farmers and business owners who individually are creative but together are dynamic. The two thrive off each other combining lumber and stone with floral and color to create a business that expresses it all cohesively. Steve, who handles all things “heavy”, is a schooled mason and carpenter with over 30 years of experience designing sheds, patios, and fireplaces for outdoor living spaces. While Carolyn, who handles all things “pretty,” is a self-taught florist with over 25 years of expertise in flowers focusing on wedding and event floral design, flower farming and gardenscapes.  In 2002 they created Cross Creek Farm, family farm based business to showcase their collective talents. This is only a small mile marker as they have been working together for over 25 years building a business, marking achievements, and creating a whirlwind of inspiration for others. Some of the many achievements they earned include winning People’s Choice Award 11 times at the Pa Garden Show of York for their display gardens, being featured in The Knot for their wedding flowers, and being featured and mentioned numerous times in multiple print articles. Most exciting was the recent release of Sue Whitney’s latest book: Junk Beautiful, She Sheds. A fun & tip filled book featuring women and the sheds they create in.  Carolyn is featured as a flower farmer and her "she shed" custom crafted by Steve graces the cover. They have become known over the years for “thinking outside the box” with their custom designs and by continually inventing new ways to create unique out of the ordinary.  www.crosscreekfarmpa.com   When Ordinary Just Won't Do...

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