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Artisans for Animals: Online Holiday Market

November 14

Artisans for Animals, Animal Aid’s Handmade Holiday Market, is going virtual on Saturday, November 14, with a 24-hour online sale to benefit the animals! Vendors will be donating 20% of their proceeds for the day to the Animal Aid Cares Fund, a program that helps pets and their people stay together by offering financial assistance for urgent medical or behavioral care through a partnership with local veterinarians, behaviorists, and trainers.

Participating vendors (check them out and make your purchases on november 14!):

A Tea Leaf Jewelry

Iconic and super giftable jewelry inspired by plants, nature, pets, vintage design, and more, all made in Portland, Oregon.

Websitehttps://www.etsy.com/shop/atealeaf/

Chinchilla Whiskers

Sewn accessories and home decor, including zippered pouches and cosmetic totes, treat bags for gift giving, magnets, napkin sets, hand embroidered ornaments, and more.

Websitehttps://www.etsy.com/shop/ChinchillaWhiskers

Dark Ideals Decor

At Dark Ideals Decor, we cater to a more malevolent atmosphere, gamer parties, and steampunk fandangos. If it is strange or unusual, we want to make it. Dark and nerdy, every day.

Websitehttps://www.etsy.com/shop/DarkIdeals

Dearly Beloved Creations

A little bit rock-n-roll, a little bit save your soul. Reimagined 7-day prayer candles & gothic themed art, jewelry, and other collectibles for your inner weirdo.

Websitehttps://dearly-beloved-creations.com/

Funky Knits by Georgia

Funky Knits by Georgia features fantastical knits & stitches by a smart aleck mom! Designs range from comfy hats to adorable creatures, and a number of magical things in between.

Websitehttps://www.etsy.com/shop/funkyknitsbygeorgia/

Goodos for Doggos

Goodos For Doggos focuses on using only high-quality ingredients with a concentration on using ingredients that are plant-based, food-grade, organic, and locally sourced when possible. All products are made without parabens, Sodium Lauryl/Laureth Sulphate, or synthetic dyes and pigments. Tested on *human* friends and family only.

Websitewww.goodos4doggos.com

Le Noir Bleu Aromatherapy

Small batch botanical sensory delights, vegan wellness wares, and whimsical witchery ritual tools. Products include natural and essential oil perfumes, eco-friendly plant wax candles, natural spritzers, diffuser oils, skin care, therapeutic bath/body, as well as our own PDX handmade/homegrown magickal Celtic Herb Wands, loose incense, and Full Moon Fragrances line.

Websitehttps://www.lenoirbleu.com/

Little Bay Root

Celebrating the unique spirit of the Pacific Northwest through locally designed, ridiculously comfy shirts, accessories, and gifts.

Websitehttps://littlebayroot.com/

Mindy's Beer Gear

Did you know cardboard packaging that stores food and drink in refrigerators and freezers is interwoven with polyethylene to maintain its integrity in the moist environment? In most places, these boxes cannot be recycled and go straight to landfills. Cue Mindy’s Beer Gear: Wallets and accessories upcycled from used six-pack boxes.

Websitehttps://www.mindysbeergear.com/

Momo Patch

All Things Corgi. All Things Cute. Momo Patch specializes in corgi-centric quality enamel pins, stickers, and accessories. Based in Austin, Texas.

Websitehttps://www.momopatch.com

Olive Hue Magical Skin Cream

Sarah’s handmade magical skin cream and herbal medicines are made with love and care, from growing the herbs herself and sourcing organic ingredients to using gentle plant extracts that work for sensitive skin.

Websitehttp://www.etsy.com/shop/olivehue

Yonder Studios

Discover one-of-a-kind t-shirts, totes, towels, pillows, pouches, and more from Yonder Studios, an apparel and accessory shop utilizing original designs and screenprinting techniques.

Website: https://yonderstudios.bigcartel.com/

Amy Wing Designs

Creating beautiful, meaningful jewelry inspired by my family and designed to celebrate your family. Amy has always loved jewelry and often found herself searching for pieces that reflected her style and personality. She could find creative but expensive jewelry, or inexpensive but mass-produced pieces, but never something that had a creative edge with an enduring beauty at an affordable cost.

Hi, Hello There

Maker of enamel pins, art, and other illustrated goodness that aims to make you smile.

Websitehttps://www.hihellothereco.com/

INTERESTED IN BEING A VENDOR?

We’d love to chat with you! Email us at contact@animalaidpdx.org for more information.

Details

Date:
November 14
Event Categories:
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Venue

Online

Organizer

Animal Aid
Email:
contact@animalaidpdx.org

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