I love the handmade, eco-friendly and sometimes recycled items at this upscale flea market style event. Here are a few of my favorites from that day:
Grace & I: a beautifully-crafted and delicious collection of artisan fruit and nut presses. An elegant way to satisfy your guests taste buds or provide a unique gift for a special foodie.
Neena Creates: Hand-printed, eco-friendly apparel for the hopeless romantics in your life.
Eden Condensed: the cutest little indoor gardenscapes~her little garden ornaments are a must see!
Jiwa by LTheval: Chakra jewelry for Well-being, Abundance and Positive Relationships (that really spoke to me!)
Further: hand soaps creating a perfectly sustainable circle
Gotta Have S’mores: these childhood campfire treats have gone gourmet! D’Lish!
BottleHood: fantastically elegant recycled glassware that can offer something funky or something refined.
Rice Creamery: this small batch, uniquely-flavored rice pudding was my piece of gluten-free heaven in the dessert corner — my favorite was the peppermint mocha!
33 Stewart Ave: Sean has figured out how to capture and print onto WOOD for some trendy pop culture art.
These were just a sprinkle of the amazing and talented artists at UniqueLA. Make sure to put this event on your Holiday shopping calendar next year and support local artists and entrepreneurs.
But the best part of UniqueLA is that you can purchase from most of these artists online! And I’m sure they’d be happy to fill a few more holiday gift orders for this year.
Yvonne Elm Hall is a South bay mom of 2 kids, 2 Labradors, Summer the goldfish and happily tethered to a hubby. Always trying to use her powers for good she loves helping families get healthy dinners to the table quickly and helping entrepreneurs share their wisdom with world easily. www.yvonneelmhall.com