Holiday Pop-Up: Handmade Jewelry, Bespoke Hats, Natural Skin Care & Woodworks!

Holiday Pop-Up: Handmade Jewelry, Bespoke Hats, Natural Skin Care & Woodworks!
We are thrilled to announce our collaboration with two other Marin-based handcrafted, woman-owned businesses for our Winter Holiday Pop-Up! 
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On December 15 from 11am-4pm, Creek Van Houten of Compass Rose Design will be joined by Laurie Berliner of Madge & Me Bespoke & Hand Made Hats, Brenna Krebbers of Mahina Skincare and Brian Ventura of BHV Woodworks. Shop directly from FOUR Bay Area artists!
CREEK VAN HOUTEN / COMPASS ROSE DESIGN: Compass Rose Design is inspired by the history of small things, 1870-1970, a century that bridges the old world and the modern era. Each piece celebrates love, creativity, and culture through the hidden stories of vintage keepsakes: buttons, keys, charms, and clocks. Weaving together modern designs with vintage stories, we translate these historic objects into wearable treasures. Handcrafted in Northern California.
LAURIE BERLINER / MADGE & ME: Laurie creates one-of-a-kind hats by hand from her studio in Fairfax, California. She has studied art, tailoring and millinery in Oakland and London, preserving skills in shaping felt and straw on wood blocks; hand sewing the silk linings, hand-working leather and ribbon trim; and decorating with feathers and vintage “whimsy.” Her bespoke creations are hats to love for a lifetime.
Mahina Skincare: Brenna Krebbers makes natural skincare with Hawaiian ingredients. In 2010 when Brenna became a mother, she was inspired to create her own line of skincare products with simple ingredients. She makes thoughtful choices about her ingredients and takes care to source her ingredients from small and sustainable companies. Her luscious products offer a vacation in a bottle.

BRIAN VENTURA / BHV WOODWORKS: Brian creates culinary hard woods and wooden kitchen ware.  Brian is a woodworker in the Bay Area, California, who specializes in making cutting boards. He also enjoys making cheese and charcuterie boards, live edge tables, kitchen carts, chopping blocks, spoons, mallets and other wooden creations. Brian uses a mixture of hardwoods in his cutting boards, and salvaged and reclaimed woods in his furniture.


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