… A few more of my favorite East Village things – Part II

Continuing from my post a few days back, here are more of the goods and goodies that make me proud and pleased to call the East Village my studio’s home:

Domestica

One of those places you have to just go in and see for yourself! There are gifts for EVERYONE you know. I immediately thought of getting my kids’ teachers gifts here this year….. Lots of handmade and LOCAL crafters.

From Domestica:

left to right, top to bottom.

1. Girl on Bike Print: Ant Lucia (local artist)
Golden Girl Poster and Silver Bright Eyes poster: Punchgut

2. Pillow covers:
Striped black + cream: Hazel + Hunter
Purple + red: J Bird Stitch (local)
Floral in foreground: Simple Slips (local)

3. Onesies: Nite Owl Designs (Iowan)

4. Hair clips + brooches: The Littlest Bean

5. Ceramic dishes: No Tengo Miedo (local)

6. Posters: Methane Studios; Basemint Design (local); The Heads of State
Owl Print in Foreground: Sass + Peril
Orange Pillow cover: DeMocca

 

321 East Walnut Street Ste 150
Des Moines, IA 50309
515.283.2000
Facebook – DomesticaDM
Twitter – @shopdomestica
Website: http:shopdomestica.com Phone: 515-283-2000
Text: 70-CRAFTGRL Pinterest is Domestica

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East Village Spa

Personal Fave: the Two Rivers Soap!

Cassie, the owner, is not only a great massage therapist but a wonderful person : )

From EV Spa:

Silver tin travel candles are Whitehall Soy Candles
Soaps are Two Rivers Soaps
Jewelry is Heather Morphew Designs
Skincare is Derma E (paraben free, organic ingredients)Oooh…for REALLY last minute shoppers, we do online gift cards that people can print from home 24/7…even Christmas day. ;) 

East Village Spa
“Simple Comforts for Complicated Lives”
www.evdayspa.com

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Seed

A trip to Seed always means a trip to fun! Sooo much eye candy here.

I have managed to keep every single thing alive that I have purchased from them..Luck or do they have magical plants?!?

My fave: Boxwood wreath – We have 3 hanging in our home, all year round!

From Ashian of Seed:

The hanging terrarium is by Roost, the fairy garden materials are mainly by Jeremie, The green and white ceramic head planters are by Kalalou, the boxwood wreath is by Mills Floral Company, the large gargoyle behind the boxwood wreath is by Orlandi, and most of the pottery on the shelves is by Campo De Fiori but there are a few others mixed in as well.
500 E. Grand
Des Moines, IA 50309
515.244.3277

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