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Vagabondary

Vagabondary is a mobile pop-up shop based out of a 1978 Volkswagen Transporter bus. Artist Maranda Vandergriff sells her original designs and wearable art in the form of stickers, t-shirts, tote bags, and more, along with a hand-picked collection of vintage and preloved clothing. Vagabondary’s one-of-a-kind products are inspired by a love of nature and nostalgia.

R. Clift Poetry

R.Clift Poetry offers on-demand poetry: you pick a topic, you get a poem. Typed with a vintage typewriter on the spot, the poem is yours to keep! She hopes to spread the love of words, stories, and the beauty of an honest moment shared between strangers. She accepts tips to her travel fund, but there is no set price. Come by with topics ready! Until then, keep up with her through @r.cliftpoetry on Instagram.

 

 

Strings for Hope

Strings for Hope is a charity organization that takes donated musical strings and turns them into unique pieces of jewelry. They currently offer: bracelets, earrings, necklaces, and rings for both men and women.​ Their jewelry is handcrafted by individuals in transitional housing. Through employment, each survivor is provided with a supplemental income, a form of therapy, and necessary life skills needed to succeed.

 

Make Cents Jewelry

Your stories are the inspiration and foundation for Makes Cents Jewelry. Every piece she makes includes three elements: a guitar string to represent how we use art to express ourselves, whether through creating or appreciating; gears to represent psychology and looking beneath the surface in order to fully understand; and a penny to represent value and the unique path one has traveled. One piece of jewelry may be similar to another, but no two pieces are exactly alike.

 

 

Ella Amada Designs

Ella Amada Designs, owned by Jeennyfer Castellanos, originated from the idea of sharing with others the beauty that Mexico has to offer through artisan crafts. Ella Amada Designs offers unique sterling silver jewelry from Taxco, Mexico. Taxco is known for its silver mines and jewelry artisans. The timeless and elegant jewelry designs are made by local Mexican artisans.

Ella Amada Designs will give back and invest in women’s education. Ella Amada represents a strong woman with dreams to succeed. A translation of Ella Amada is “She is loved”.  Ella Amada Designs wants to empower women through education by giving 2% of profit to educational programs in Morelos, Mexico.