Eat Drink SCRAP

Eat Drink SCRAP

If you love enjoying good food, good drinks, and supporting the nonprofit you love, look no further than Oregon Public House (OPH)! During the months of October, November, and December, SCRAP will be included as one of OPH’s nonprofits, which means after you order from their delicious menu, you can choose that all proceeds from your meal go directly to SCRAP. Plus, while you’re at OPH, check out the SCRAP group art show on the walls.

Eat Drink SCRAP indeed!

 

0 Comments | Full Post | Post a Comment Bookmark and Share

Re-Wrap: Week Four

Re-Wrap: Week Four

Jessica Guernsey-Manos, Penquenos

1. How long have you been creating this product?
I have been making found object jewelry since 1996.

2. What inspired you to take your hobby/craft to the next level (selling them at the boutique, online, etc.)?
I have always sold my necklaces but was inspired to sell at a few shops in Portland after getting so many requests from friends for custom-made pieces.  And of course after discovering SCRAP!

3. What do you like most about your creating… read more »

0 Comments | Full Post | Post a Comment Bookmark and Share

Re-Wrap: Week Three

Re-Wrap: Week Three

It’s the second week of our Re:Wrap Holiday Artisan Showcase, where we feature a few of our Re:Boutique vendors each week until the end of the year. Check out this week’s vendors!

 

 

 

Naomi Berg, Transformations Glassworks—Fused glassware made from reclaimed glass

1. How long have you been creating this product?
I have been fusing reclaimed glass for five plus years.

2. What inspired you to take your hobby/craft to the next level (selling them at the boutique, online, etc.)?read more »

0 Comments | Full Post | Post a Comment Bookmark and Share

Re:Wrap—Week Two

Re:Wrap—Week Two

It’s the second week of our Re:Wrap Holiday Artisan Showcase, where we feature a few of our Re:Boutique vendors each week until the end of the year. Check out this week’s vendors!







Mikey Anderson, Yarnies—“Silly, colorful, and googly-eyed creatures that wear plaid shirts and bow ties that are reminiscent of the 90s cartoons I grew up watching.”

1. How long have you been creating this product? 
I have been creating Yarnies since 2010 when I was taking screen printing and fiber… read more »

0 Comments | Full Post | Post a Comment Bookmark and Share

Page 1 of 4 pages  1 2 3 >  Last ›