Join me at the majestic Powell Gardens to shop with with a beautiful view. I will be featuring my full Braille jewelry line and also my air plant habitats. See you all soon!
UPDATE:In honor of Veterans' Day, admission to the Gardens is free ON 11/11-13 for any active/retired/veteran military with ID. In addition, anyone who brings in a gardening tool to donate to the Gardens will get free admission for that visit OR a free pass for a future visit!
Otherwise, regular Garden admission is:
$7/adults, $6/seniors, $3/kids age 5-12, free/members and kids under 5.
Stay up-to-date as our list of makers continues to grow! https://www.powellgardens.org/freshmade
Get to know your local farmers, artists, cooks and crafters at this handmade goods market. Our vendors include:
Messner Family Farm: Visit them for a variety of lip tints and balms, solid perfumes, insect repellent, edible bee pollen, wildflower seeds and much more!
Three Trees Workshop: Beautifully crafted wooden items for the home.
Microgardens: Take home your very own little succulents hanging in tiny colorful clay planters.
Bryan Fyffe: Bold artwork inspired by nature and born of a blend of ink drawings, photography and digital manipulation.
Wild Wash Soap Co.: Soaps, deodorants, and herbal cures are a feast for the senses.
Sigrid Studios: Tanja Rains creates upcycled jewelry and art. Bronwyn Rinerson creates intricate string art.
Michael Elrod: Fanciful textile art depicting flowers, plants and animals, applied to jackets, bags, and other accessories.
Hugo Tea Company: Hugo Tea is organic and handcrafted in small batches to create a truly delicious product. Owned and operated by Kansas Citians, they travel to the source of their teas and handpick the best ingredients.
Soapweed: Soapmaker Rahila Weed frequents the Warrensburg farmer's market where she sells bar soaps, laundry soap and bubble bath bars.
Roundhouse Exchange: Roundhouse Exchange is Kansas City's source for "durable, sustainable goods" made in the Midwest and made to last.
Lost & Found Design: Jewelry made using found items and intricately cut wood.
X37 Adventures: Upcycled accessories and mosaics.
Wood+Wick: Deliciously scented candles.
Snake Oil KC: Craft-your-own tea and gin kits.
BoysGrow: Tasty dips and sauces made and sold by young Kansas City men learning the art and skill of gardening, production, and sales.
The Potter's Cat: Gorgeous ceramics.
FurCute: Healthy treats for your precious pups.
Gigi Moon: Beautiful handcrafted jewelry.