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”
Customers can feel good knowing that products in the store are certified fair-trade by artisans from developing countries around the world.
Proprietors of One Six Five, Kaleigh Shrigley and Claire Lowe, met while working at Rowe Boutique in the Short North Arts District of Columbus, Ohio and quickly became close friends.
I am known to buy craft supplies and kits even when I don’t necessarily have plans for them or even time to work with them. It’s been almost a year since I purchased this kit at the Midwest Craft Con in February, and I am just now finally putting it to use! For the sakeContinue reading “Cross Stitch Kit Review”
We are preparing to take over the downtown neighborhood of Franklinton, as we countdown to this weekend and Independents’Day. Joining us will be 25 handmade vendors coming in from all over the Midwest. Today we share our Outlaws that can add some flair to your home. Vendors shown are Planthropy, Sarah Harste Weaving, Transformations, The Small BatchContinue reading “Gift Guide to ID16: Home Decor”