Virtual Makers and Growers Market – Vendor Profiles Part 3
October 31, 2020
Our Virtual Market group is growing all the time! Thanks to all of you who have joined us so far! If you haven’t joined the group on Facebook, here’s the link. Just click on Join Group – there’s one membership question, and then you’re in!
I have a vendor list published in the Files section of the group that lists the vendors, their products, their contact info, and their payment and delivery/pick up/shipping options. Each vendor also has an album in the photos/media section, filled with photos of their products including prices and descriptions. When you find something you like, you can contact the vendor by commenting on the product photo or messaging them through Facebook, or you can email or call them!
I’m so impressed with the vendors we have signed up, and their amazing products, that I wanted to share them with you in a little Vendor Profile series. This is Part 3 of the series. Be sure to check out Part 1 and Part 2, if you haven’t already.
OK, let’s get to the Vendors for Part 3!
Karyn (SeaChelle) Rosebrook
Karyn was renamed SeaChelle by her toddler nephew many years ago, and she makes beautiful sea-inspired ornaments and decorations! This is her first time joining our market and I’m so happy she found me! The detail in her art is amazing and it makes you feel like you’re at the beach – we could all use some of that these days – and her prices are reasonable! These would make great gifts for anyone who loves the beach!
Check out her Virtual Market album here to see more of her beautiful artwork!
Triple Lotus Wellness
Elise Averill of Triple Lotus Wellness makes organic, hand-crafted bath and body products, and self-care spa gift sets. She’s joining us our market for the first time and I feel so lucky! Her products are beautiful and sound amazing, and I can’t wait to share them with people on my holiday shopping list! I don’t know anyone who couldn’t use a little extra self-care this year!
Check out the Triple Lotus Wellness album in the Virtual Market group here. You can also find her on Facebook, Instagram, and Etsy
Amy Jolley of Sew Goodniss is another new (to us) vendor! Her husband is active duty military and she’s always drShe makes quilted items, including burp cloths, fabric coasters, nursery wall hangings, baby blankets and mini quilts. I love to see the fabrics and patterns that she puts together – it’s such a gift! Her burp cloths and nursery items would make great gifts for any new parents on your list, and I know I will be getting some of the fabric coasters – did you see the plaid?! I love them! 🙂
You can find the Sew Goodniss Virtual Market album here. You can also find her on Instagram and Etsy.
Apparel by Charity
Charity Whittamore of Apparel by Charity makes small batch screen print apparel – hats, shirts, sweatshirts, shorts, and more. She posted some examples of some of the products she’s made for her community of Lake Roesiger in the virtual market group. She does custom orders, too, and I can speak from experience when I say she’s great to work with (Stevens Homestead hats coming soon!). She also makes face masks!
Check out the Apparel by Charity virtual market album here. You can also find her on Facebook.
Happy Shopping!! You won’t regret supporting the makers and growers and small businesses! You’re helping us with our dreams and passions and our stress relief! It’s more important now than ever! We’re so grateful and it means so much more than you know!
Be sure to check back for more Vendor Profiles in a couple of days! Thanks for following along.