At Harts & Pearls we know our H&P gals love to shop local so we decided to scour the Pacific Northwest to find a few local vendors we knew you'd fall in love with.
Unique Twist Jewelry
Idaho native, Khristin, creates handmade, one of a kind jewelry at her company Unique Twist Jewelry. I instantly fell in love with her jewelry line for its offbeat catch phrases, local influence, and superior craftsmanship. My favorite is the be the change you wish to see in the world necklace. Visit the Unique Twist Jewelry Etsy shop to get 20% off any item with code Harts.
(photo courtesy Unique Twist Jewelry)
Never Ending Threads
Where bohemian meets country chic is where you’ll find Never Ending Threads. Cayden is a modern day gypsy, living and designing out of a vintage travel trailer in Toledo, Washington. She is upcycling, recycling and refinishing boots and accessories out in a way I have never seen before. The boots are my fav and are a must have addition to your 2017 wardrobe. Specify code peace&love on your order for 20% off at www.neverendingthreads.com.
(photo courtesy Never Ending Threads)
Whackadoodles & Wanderlust
On the out skirts of Washington is where Mr. and Mrs. Whackadoodle, the sweet couple behind Whackadoodles and Wanderlust, are hard at work creating their works of art from up-cycled flea market finds. They are best known for their re-purposed antique flatware but I am keen on their newest creation of handmade dream catcher wall hangings. This whacky couple always shops local and wanted to extend a discount of 20% off the first custom order to our H&P gals. Private message their Facebook page or shoot them an email to place your order (be sure to mention you'd like the H&P offer).
(photo courtesy of Whackadoodles and Wanderlust)
Harts & Pearls
Harts & Pearls is a Pacific Northwest based small business. At H&P, we create handmade, high-quality accessories from head-wraps to scarves to bow ties and much more. We especially love to create custom looks at our customer's request. Everyone at the Harts & Pearls believes in our "harts" that shopping local is beneficial not only to our families but to our entire local community. We want to extend 20% off at our website with code PNW.
Who are your favorite local vendors? Where is your go-to shop for local treasures?