Women Owned Pop-Up Shop at THREADRSVP
Be the woman who fixes another woman's crown without telling the world it was crooked.
We are celebrating women and their amazing, local businesses with a socially distanced parking lot pop up! Please join THREAD and these businesses on Saturday, September 26, 12-3 pm at THREAD on Chambers Road. Please wear a mask and meet our vendors:
We are Rachel Hershberger and Lee Pepper, the founders and makers at Bouquet Botanicals. Our long time friendship grew into a business partnership born from our mutual love for creating plant based products. Bouquet Botanicals is our space to experiment and share our botanical creations with the world. All of our products are handcrafted in small batches in Ohio. We are committed to using high quality, sustainable, and ethically sourced ingredients in order to create products that are good for our customers AND good for the earth.
Montanye Macrame formed from a love the textile art form and a desire to be apart of the resurgence of its popularity while striving to encourage women to share their unique creative abilities. Courtney will have her beautiful macrame pieces for sale at THREAD September 26 and will also lead a workshop at THREAD to make you own on November 11.
"Spritz was started around a dining room table in the summer of 2016. With the table set beautifully and friends gathered around it, the evening felt incomplete without something special in our glasses. But, we craved something other than alcohol. I went to the kitchen made a mix of my favorite herbal tea and carbonated water... and Spritz was born. Since then my team and I have been on a mission to spread Spritz and create a community-driven by strong and confident women. We have outgrown the dining room Spritz started in but we believe each woman has something unique they bring to the table. We bring empowerment, inspiration, and of course, a delicious beverage. What will you bring?"
“In a world filled with technology, I wanted to bring back the nostalgia and joy related to receiving paper goods in the mail. All items in my shop are created with the intent of making someone smile! I graduated high school as the class of 2020 and with Covid drastically changing my first year of college I decided to take a gap year. As a result, I have decided pursue my love for art and stationery by creating gift-able art prints, greeting cards, stickers and more!" -Mohisha Patel, Into the Pages Art Shop
A former art studio owner, now a teaching artist and co-creator of Wonderment, Raygan strives to help children be creative thinkers and explore the world through open-ended art experiences.