Heather French Henry and Taste of Kentucky!
Add a touch of horse racing fun to your decor this spring with the new jockey silks inspired hanging ornaments from the Heather French Henry Collection. Known for her detailed work and craftsmanship, Heather has put her love of spring and horse racing into her new ornaments making them perfect for a cute Kentucky-made gift for your guests or for hanging in your home!
Each ornament is designed, handcrafted and packaged in Kentucky. From each hand cut piece of material to the handset rhinestone horseshoes, Heather has created unique pieces of artwork to hang on your home!
“I grew up n horse country so creating these jockey inspired ornaments was so much fun! Each piece is hand crafted and made in Kentucky!” — Heather French Henry
The ornaments are an addition to Heather’s growing collections. Her notable White Christmas Ornaments assist in benefiting the Rosemary Clooney House located in Heather’s hometown of Augusta, KY. The museum houses notable collections from movies such as Here Come the Girls, The Stars Are Singing and Irving Berlin’s White Christmas just to name a few. Heather as curated exhibits for the museum since 2004 that highlight the love and career of Rosemary Clooney.
“It s always great working with John Hassman and his team at Taste of Kentucky, where the world comes to shop for all things Kentucky inspired!” — Heather French Henry
There are seven ornaments in the Dreaming of a Jockey Silks Collection.
Heather has been designing clothing and products for retailers and organization for over 20 years. She graduated from the esteemed College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning at the University of Cincinnati where she received a BS is Fashion Design and a Masters in Design. While attending, Heather was an illustration instructor and was able to pay for her entire education after winning the titles of Miss Kentucky 1999 and Miss America 2000. During her year of service, Heather focused on championing issues facing military veterans. She is also a children’s book author and illustrator. Over the past 20 years Heather has travelled a unique path partnering her talent for design and her love for veterans by designing military educational exhibits and projects for schools and organizations throughout Kentucky. To find out more about Heather and her work, please visit www.heatherfrenchhenry.com .