From now until Thanksgiving, I’ll be writing on The Foxy Kat everyday about the amazing finds from the Pineapple Triangle’s AZ Share That You Care market. This way everyone is prepared going into the biggest shopping days of the year; Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday. Also, you can search “gift giving” on the blog to find all of my posts related to gift giving for this holiday season. “Gift Giving” is also a great search term to us on the blog in case you’re looking for some gifts to #treatyoself with too (no shame!)
IMG_4021IMG_4022Like I mentioned in my previous post about this market, I met so many awesome vendors that I was breaking down my next posts into categories. The categories are: Random Items (to be discussed today), Jewelry, Soaps & Candles, and Soft Goods.
IMG_4044For today’s post, I’m talking about all of the random items that I found and love, but they don’t exactly fit into a specific group. To kick it off is Tremaine Ranch. They were set up on a large wooden table with small wooden table/stools surrounding them at the market. As I got closer, I realized that the table and stools are custom made by the owners, and phenomenal. I purchased a one-of-a-kind stool as a side table in my living room ($125), along with four coasters ($5.) When I got home, I realized that I need one more stool to finish off the room, which I’ll be ordering from them soon and doing a follow-up post of our home-sweet-home. The tables that they make are amazing. They make dining room tables that can fold up and are easy to move. They also rent out furniture as well.
IMG_4019The second table I visited is the table with the adorable handmade toys/ stuffed animals by Nina & Grapey. I purchased a little mermaid for my niece for Christmas, but it was a hard decision between the ballerina pig. These items are so sweet and unlike anything you’d find at a children’s store. I highly suggest these as presents if you have little ones in your family. The mermaid was around $30-40.

I am happy to say that I finally have a Christmas decoration! It’s not because I’m the Grinch, but because Aaron and I have been between renovations and re-decorating, so it’s hard to commit on what to buy. However, this cute little wooden “Ho Ho Ho” sign is perfect for any home. Plus it fits nicely on our bookcase. Check out more hand-painted wooden signs By Rendee.
IMG_4012Probably the most unique item that I saw is from Two Tree’s Botanicals and they are terrariums! Who would ever guess to reuse and upcycle toys as planters? I love the unique spin on their handmade homegoods.
IMG_4013Last, but not least is Redemption Market, which is a fair trade boutique founded by Rhonda LaBatt. I now know and love Rooted Beauty’s Passionfruit Lip Butter because of Redemption Market. Every Rooted Beauty product helps a woman escape from extreme poverty and trafficking through their Woman2Woman Project. It is such a great cause that they are supporting and you can too! Plus I love the smell of the lip butter and how smooth it is on my lips. Best part is you can compost the entire container!

IMG_4008Last, but not least, I love these handmade signs! Especially “Bloom where you are planted” as an homage to my maiden name. They are all made by Unika Collections.

IMG_4009Check back tomorrow for more…

Be you, bravely.

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