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  • Amy Heitman: is an artist, illustrator, and mom of three living and working just southwest of Chicago. A former elementary art teacher, she left teaching in 2010 to venture into motherhood, and soon after launched the studio known as Amy Heitman Illustration | Paper | Design. After primarily focusing on custom design and illustration for several years, she launched her first greeting card line in January of 2015. Her work has been featured in Southern Living Magazine, Weddings in Houston Magazine, Stationery Trends Magazine, Oh So Beautiful Paper, and The Paper Chronicles. She is continuously inspired by the intricate details of creation, along with the beauty and simplicity of the everyday. Each of her designs begins as a detailed hand drawn illustration before being digitally colored and printed in the USA on the highest quality fine cardstock. AVAILABLE IN STORE
  • Bee's Wrap: Bee’s Wrap was founded in 2012 by Vermonter Sarah Kaeck, a mother of three who has been, by turns, an avid gardener, milker of goats, keeper of chickens, and seamstress. Bee’s Wrap started with a question facing many families and home cooks: How could we eliminate plastics in our kitchen in favor of a healthier, more sustainable way to store our food? What she discovered is a lost tradition made new again. By infusing organic cotton with beeswax, organic jojoba oil, and tree resin, she created a washable, reusable, and compostable alternative to plastic wrap.In the early days, we hand-painted wax onto every wrap - for months the comforting scent of beeswax filled Sarah’s home. We’ve since designed a custom machine to coat our organic fabrics with a mix of beeswax, organic jojoba oil, and tree resin. Today, Bee’s Wrap is handmade by a growing team of women in a Bristol, Vermont, workshop tucked at the edge of a winding river. Since 2012, we’ve created wraps that provide a versatile and durable solution for sustainable food storage. AVAILABLE IN STORE
  • Bittermilk: With deep roots in the restaurant and bar industry, husband and wife team Joe and MariElena Raya sought out to simplify the process of making craft cocktails at home. Bittermilk is a line of cocktail mixers made for cocktail enthusiasts by bartenders with real ingredients. Crafted and bottled by human hands in Charleston, SC. The labor is in the bottle, just add booze. SHOP
  • Farmhouse Pottery New England native and Farmhouse Pottery founder Zoe Zilian found herself in a rural region of America with a farm and craft heritage waiting to be curated into a unique gift story. In 2010, after living in Vermont for four years cultivating a network of farmers and makers she started designing products out of her pottery studio. The pottery was the original place that reignited her creativity, hence the company name Farmhouse Pottery. AVAILABLE IN STORE
  • Gingerly Press Gingerly Press is a design studio dedicated to the old-time art of handset letterpress printing. Exclusively using the collection of antique metal and wood type in our Landenberg, PA studio, we strive to create paper products that embody tasteful design and a revival of an antiquated process. AVAILABLE IN STORE
  • Mayron's Goods is a natural skin care line created by Emmy Award winning actress Melanie Mayron and her chemist father, David Mayron. It's "Our Best" Diaper Cream has received acclaim world wide from babies of all sizes... and adults. SHOP
  • Opinel The Opinel folding knife was born in the Savoie region of France in 1890 and has become a universal object due to its wide use and popularity throughout the world. A genuine trigger of memories, it is recognized as one of the best knives in the world. With the same attention to simplicity and reliability, Opinel has designed other ranges of knives and tools for all those who appreciate effective cutting. A simple, robust and faithful tool, this essential little knife has been in the pockets of the greatest artists, adventurers, navigators and mountaineers including Pablo Picasso, Roger Frison Roche, Alain Colas, Eric Tabarly, Jean-Louis Etienne, Ellen Mac Arthur, Paul Bocuse and many more. A constant landmark, cited in countless books and songs, Opinel has risen to the status of a timeless cult object, an unavoidable symbol of French culture. AVAILABLE IN STORE
  • Portland Growler YOUR CRAFT BREW DESERVES AN EQUALLY THOUGHTFUL AND HANDCRAFTED GROWLER, DON'T YOU THINK? Portland Growler Company began in the summer of 2010 as a collective of designers and ceramicists that came together to create hearty, handmade ceramic growlers for beer in a city known for its microbreweries. Each ceramic growler is slip cast using a high-temperature stoneware clay body and fired to an extreme temperature of 2232 F. Check out the bottom of your growler to see the initials of the artist who made it. Mix and match our three different handle styles and five texturally unique glazes to create the perfect growler for you. Because they are handmade, each growler is slightly different, making them uniquely yours.We love breaking the barriers of conventional growler design, while giving you the truest, sturdiest handmade growler for the storage and transportation of your favorite brews. SHOP 
  • Saipua Saipua was founded in 2006. In the decade since, we have poured, cut and wrapped over 1 million bars of olive oil soap and traveled around the globe arranging flowers. SHOP
  • Sunday Drygoods Hand loomed with premium colourfast Turkish cotton, our beautiful towels grow softer and more absorbent with each wash. Perfectly light and compact to accompany you anywhere and everywhere adventures take you. Fast drying and space saving with an array of colours and patterns, we have a towel for everyone. SHOP