Meet the Makers Who Make us Happy!

Our brick-and-mortar shop in Seattle's Phinneywood neighborhood carries a thoughtful selection of handcrafted,
environment-forward, or socially conscious gifts and accessories made by a range of artists, including those in the LGBTQ+,
BIPOC, and women-led business communities. Browse our talented makers below, then come and visit our store and bring
home a gift that will make you smile.

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"All of my products are designed by me and made in the USA. My greeting cards are printed in Seattle, WA by a woman-owned independent small business." Irene Akio items use eco-friendly and post-consumer paper."

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"Our mission is to connect beautiful works of art with enthusiastic new owners. As a Black owned company, one of the guiding principles of our shop is that everyone should be able to enjoy art. "

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Sarah is the Founder and Creative Director of Saltstone Ceramics, located in Seattle, WA. She is also a ceramics instructor and maker.

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Gianna Pergamo's illustration and gift company based in St Petersburg, Florida. Original images are a combination of collage and painting, created from materials Gianna finds and collects.

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"Tiny Badger Ceramics is a small-batch production ceramics studio based in San Diego, California. Founded in 2015 by Heather McCalla, Tiny Badger creates handmade, functional wares for the home and table."

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"Clap Clap is a LA based stationery brand created by illustrator Mimi Kim. Clap Clap was born in the pursuit to send out good vibes and cheers to friends and loved ones like a rousing applause delivered to their mailbox."

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"Mōglea is an Iowa-based design studio that focuses on the craft of artful stationery and paper goods. Production processes are done by hand and make each piece feel one-of-a-kind."

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lexa luna studio is Alexa Villanueva's ceramics + tarot reading studio. Through ceramics and illustration, Alexa expresses gratitude, love and and fascination for sacred objects, moon cycles, and daily rituals.

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"Founded in 2013, Tiny Fat Bird Jewelry is a handmade, limited-production metal art design studio, featuring small-production jewelry pieces by Grace Matsumoto."

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Skateboarders from Vilnius, Lithuania who make jewelry, accessories, and other multifunctional pieces out of recycled skateboards.

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" I am a self taught visual artist, born and living in Seattle. My studio came together naturally as a way to share my creative practice and to create a storytelling with my paintings. "

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AranMade is Aide-mémoire founder, Aran's, side project. Aran is a multidisciplinary material smith - prolifically creating work in whatever material is exciting their brain at the moment. All AranMade items are limited edition.

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"Instead of using the medieval application of alchemy of turning lead into gold, we take a more modern approach by upcycling old materials like bicycle tubes and advertising banners into bags and accessories."

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" I am a self taught visual artist, born and living in Seattle. My studio came together naturally as a way to share my creative practice and to create a storytelling with my paintings. "

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"Artist, parent, reader, seeker, foodie
Recovering teacher + architect
What change is within your arm's reach?"

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"At Anchal, design is our passion, and using design to impact lives has become our purpose. We believe design and interdisciplinary collaboration can be a catalyst for positive change."

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Sunglasses made from recycled skateboards.
Creatively made in Canada.

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"I've had my hands in clay for many years beginning with lessons at the Delaware Art Museum." Mimi believes pottery should be comfortable in the hands, practical in form, and delightful to the eye.

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From her "Kitchen Studio" in Phoenix, Arizona, Laurie Anne creates warmly expressive artwork primarily using acrylic paint that translates into Giclee prints.

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Founded in 2011 by artists Isa Wang and Vincent Frano, The Bower Studio designs beautiful and functional items that showcase the diversity of North American flora and fauna.

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"Yaytoonday is the vision of Blockprinter, Artist and Textile Designer Yetunde Rodriguez. As a lifestyle and home decor brand, Yaytoonday brings bold colors and shapes to create a joyful environment."

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Founder Leah Black started Cheeks Ahoy with a mission to help make it easy for you to care for the environment by creating fun and modern replacements to common household disposables.

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"Pauline Stanley is a designer, illustrator, and artist living in Richmond, VA. Her work is inspired by natural elements, Scandinavian + midcentury design, geometric shapes + patterns"

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With a passion for African textiles and culture, founder Anitra Terrell started Reflektion Design. Anitra works with artisans in Ghana, Kenya, and Uganda to create visually captivating accessories for you and your home.