We source our products from small-, women-, and BIPOC-owned businesses as well as companies that are sustainable, B Corp certified or 1% for the Planet + People. We believe gifts that are mindfully chosen + meaningfully made make the best gifts.
Check out some of our featured makers below.
Hand-painted paper goods.
Moglea is an Iowa-based design studio that focuses on the craft of artful stationery and paper goods. Production processes are done by hand which makes each piece feel one-of-a-kind.
This all-female team believes that choosing healthy foods shouldn’t mean restricting the things you love. And, they’re SO over health foods that taste like cardboard! They created their products to help give more people the feeling of confidence in the kitchen.
Thulisa Naturals passionately handcrafts small-batch, natural aromatherapy bath and body products to promote self-care and intentional living. Founded by Anusha, who sought natural products to help her in her self-care journey as a new mom. As part of their commitment to giving back, a portion of their sales goes toward providing nutritious meals to food-insecure preschoolers in the Western Cape of South Africa.
“Weaving Meditation is a process of remembering who we are.”
Kate practices weaving as a form of embodied meditation. Making beautiful handwoven textiles helps her to tap into her inner stillness and creativity. She comes from a long line of women who worked with their hands, which inspired her to pursue a career in the visual arts.
Dot & Army is a small-batch manufacturing company based in coastal Georgia that believes little changes do make a difference. Choosing cloth napkins over paper, skipping the plastic bag for a reusable one, and replacing paper towels for ‘unpaper’ ones.