Fresh, new items are on the shelves and a fresh pickle tasting is on the books. Come and see what’s new this week at the shop!
GORGEOUS new candles, bath soaks, lip treatments, and body oils from AYU.co
New hats from Savage Millinery, drink local wall art by Exit 343 Design, new pot holders from Umbrella Girl Productions, and lovely new tea towels from Kate Brennan Hall.
Love these modern new necklaces from Grey Theory Mill. The lighting was perfect on these bud vases from Linnea Campbell Ceramic Art, and new jewelry from Astronette.
Pretty new infinity scarves from Pointelle Designs (loving this linen blend on the left!).
Get Lathered fans: we’ve been restocked! Come and get it!
Pickle Tasting w/ Indiana Pickle Co.: Saturday, August 6th, 11am-4pm: These pickles are kind of a big dill: jars of Indiana Pickle Company‘s delicious gourmet goods have been flying off our shelves since we began carrying them. If you’ve wanted to sample these spears, you’re in luck – join us from 11am – 4pm on Saturday, August 6th as IPC hosts a pop-up tasting in our store. Cucumbers, carrots, and more brined in craft beers or moonshine from local purveyors like Sun King, Triton, Hotel Tango, Upland, and Flat12 will be available for you to sample (and, of course, purchase!). Fair warning – they’re all delicious.
Workshop: Wire Wrapping Basics: Saturday, July 23rd, 1-4pm: Have you ever wanted to go on a gem hunt? Well, here is your chance! Rana Salame Striedinger of Salame Jewelry Designs is opening her treasure chest of gemstones for you to peruse and select from to create your own one-of-a-kind jewelry. Students will learn several wire wrapping and jewelry assembly techniques to create two unique items – students can choose to make a pair of earrings and a necklace, two pairs of earrings, or two necklaces.
Workshop: Succulent Terrarium: Saturday, August 13th, 1-2:30pm: Low-maintenance, lovely, and easy to assemble: succulent terrariums are the perfect spring project to bring some green back into your world. Join Rana Salame in our shop as she shares her expertise in basic succulent cutting, rooting, and plant care. This class is great for beginners and open to children, too – one child and one caregiver together may purchase a ticket. Please note: one ticket is worth one terrarium – if you would like to made additional terrariums, please be sure to purchase additional tickets.
See ya next week, friends!