While Ohio will soon be relaxing stay at home orders and slowly allowing retail businesses to open their doors, many independent outlets are simply not capable or comfortable with opening their doors at this time. Be it a shortage of staff or cleaning supplies some retail doors will remain closed.
Handmade art and community pride converge at Pure Roots, a hometown consignment gift shop run by central Ohio native, Nicole Harrison. As a young child, Nicole’s love for jewelry shopping with her mother ignited a desire to open her own store. As time went on and her passion for entrepreneurship grew, Nicole decided she wantedContinue reading “Shop Review – Pure Roots, Westerville”
Glean, a Short North gift shop specializing in locally made art from recycled and repurposed materials, is a little place with a lot of character. Step into the shop and your eyes immediately bounce from wall décor made from old license plates to candles in empty soup cans and jewelry with vintage findings. Gift givers willContinue reading “Shop Review – GLEAN”
Customers can feel good knowing that products in the store are certified fair-trade by artisans from developing countries around the world.
One of the first things you’ll notice when you enter 614 Knit Studio is that they don’t carry a lot of yarn. Co-owner Andrea says that is on purpose.
Before Etsy, Instagram, and the modern world of indie craft shows and stores there was Wholly Craft.
The holiday season is upon us and the days of gift giving are just around the corner.