Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Thirty-One Bags

Check out our next vendor, Thirty-One Bags.  They carry all kinds of bags in darling colors and prints. Purses, storage bins, darling totes and cosmetic bags are just some of the options they carry.

Check out their website to see more options!

Saturday, April 20, 2013


Meet our next vendor, Sedula.

Hi!I am Lili, the owner of Sedula,the small, but very green local company. I grew up in the tiny country of Lituania, rich in history, handcrafting traditions, and natural beauty. For as long as I remember, crafting was always part of my life. I create unique, handmade, eco-friendly toys, accessories for home, self and garden. My mission is to use upcycled supplies as much as possible, and to minimize my environmental footprint. Due to the nature of my craft I'm always working on something new and exiting. It's never boring and always Green!

Here are a few pictures of her latest product:

 Heart Garland
 Handmade wool toy Dachsund
Handmade sheep pincushion
 Kindle and Ipad covers
 Fabric Napkins
Welcome, Sedula!  Check out her etsy shop here!

Monday, April 8, 2013

Mile High Gifts

We're excited to welcome our next vendor, Mile High Gifts.  Her darling etsy shop features unique home decor, personalized water bottles, jewelry, and other fantastic gifts.  Here are a few of our favorites:

Come shop at her booth for darling, unique gifts!

Exalt Design and Art

Our next vendor, Exalt Design and Art, will be featuring religious and inspirational art for the home.  Here are a few of her designs!

Monday, April 1, 2013

The Hippie Spot

We're excited to welcome The Hippie Spot as our next vendor.  She specializes in recycled/upcycled jewelry, clocks, and mosaics from hardware, zippers, and bike parts.  Her products are incredibly creative, unique, and fun.

For more products, check out her etsy shop!

Thursday, March 28, 2013

1000 Shillings

We're proud to announce that 1000 Shillings will be bringing their beautiful jewelry to our boutique.  
The women behind 1000 Shillings spent last summer serving the people of Uganda.  While working with Ugandan women on creating paper-bead jewelry, they realized that they could create an international market place and a platform to share their stories and their work.  They are working with 6 women in Uganda, each of whom creates a specific style of necklace that is named after them.  
Their company name, 1000 Shillings, is based on the amount of money that the average person in the Namatala slum, in Uganda, lives on per day, approximately 1,000 Ugandan Shillings ($.40).  

Buying a necklace from 1000 Shillings will not only add a beautiful accessory to your collection, (or your mother's collection, remember Mother's Day is just around the corner!), it will also help Elizabeth, Martha, Veronica, Annette, Esther, and Aidah and their families.  Click here to read more about this company and the women who make the necklaces.

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Scarf Ace Knits

Our next vendor is Scarf Ace Knits.  She has a darling etsy shop filled with unique handmade scarves, shawls, and cowls.  She's just added some darling hand-dyed silk scarves to her collection.  Perfect for yourself or a unique mother's day gift!