First off, sorry we missed a featured artist yesterday. Second, we are going to be tripling up today! And today is going to be all about soaps.
Made with all natural ingredients this is a great stop to get your hand soaps, shampoo bars and conditioner bars, and even some fun smelling (and fun named) lip balms.
Soapy Soap Co.
Want a soap made from all natural ingredients, is vegan friendly, and 100% halal? This is the soap for you. They also have body balms, lip balms, and even soaps for your four legged friends. Don't forget, they are local to Bloomington as well.
Teehaus Bath & Body
Teehaus makes soaps out of their small organic farm in rural Indiana alongside her partner and two young children. What you'll come for are there amazing soaps and lip balms, what you'll stick around for is there shea butter lotions, creams, butters and other body care products.
Some traditional and some different, but all are beautiful. All hand are screen printed pieces are just amazing and lovely to look at. Check out what else Arsenal Handicraft has to offer at the Nov. 8th BHM!
They are pieces we use on a daily basis. Why not use things that are handmade and beautiful too? These awesome cutting boards and kitchen utensils are just the thing you need. They also make a great gift for that family member or friend that LOVES to cook!
The Butterfly Road
One look and you just want to stare at them for hours. These beautiful pieces of jewelry are made from real butterflies found along the road and are lovely encased in glass to make these one of a kind pieces. Butterfly road is not only a new artist to the BHM but a local Bloomington artist as well.
We are kicking off our introductions to our 2014 vendors with some great artist!!
All Things Grow
Have you dropped into Gather and fallen in Love with those screen printed canvases featuring phrases like ‘home sweet home ' or 'let the sun shine’. That's the artist behind All Things Grow and she'll be showing at BHM for her first time!
Borris Loved Natasha
Boris Loved Natasha is a returning artist to the BHM. We just love her clutches and zipper pouches, often made from repurposed fabrics. You can’t help but smile when you look at her work.