Monday, December 17, 2012
Patch has found a variety of items that would make unique holiday gifts right here in locally owned and operated Westminster shops.
Eclecticity, 13 John St., Westminster Phone: 240-409-4863 …Check these things and all of the other hand-crafted items by local authors and artists. Eclecticity will also be giving away one free book to every customer who comes in before Christmas Eve. Artworks & Apparel, 29 E Main St., Westminster Phone: 410-871-9590 Stop by or see the website or Facebook page for additional items, pictures and info. Clementine’s Boutique, 18 John St., Westminster Phone: 410-751-6255 See the website or Facebook page for additional items and tons of pictures. The Olde Liberty Shoppe, 39 Liberty St., Westminster Phone: 410-751-5818 The Hickory Stick, 28 Liberty St., Westminster Phone: 410-848-4370 The Cockey Shoppe, 216 E. Main St., Westminster…
Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Here are some gift ideas available in local shops unique enough to be something the “person who has everything” has yet to own.
Artworks & Apparel: Eclecticity: Clementine’s Country Boutique:
Thursday, December 8, 2011
Here are some gift ideas available at local shops and boutiques perfect for crab lovers.
The Hickory Stick: Clementine’s Country Boutique:
Thursday, December 1, 2011
Westminster stores have great gifts for your pets and animal lovers.
As you are holiday shopping for your fur-coated, feathered and other four-legged friends, be sure to check out these local stores for fun and unique gift ideas. The Olde Liberty Shoppe: Bird Houses: Variety of shapes including school house and covered bridge. Price: $30 Pet Ornaments: Dog and cat shapes available. Price $9-$12 Bowmans: Dog Snuggie: Comes in both pink and blue. Price: $9.99 Santa Pants Cat Tunnel: Two crinkle tunnels for cats to explore, comes with two pom-pom toys. Price: $25.99 Horse Stocking: Stocking filled with apple and carrot flavored horse treats. Price: $3.99 Parrot Piñata: Hide things inside for birds to peck and find. Price: $8.69 Wreath Shaped Bird Seed: Wild bird seed shaped in holiday designs. …
Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Patricia and Patrick Livelsberger never expected they'd enjoy the handmade soap business so much.
In 2005 Patricia and Patrick Livelsberger commissioned Patrick’s sister, Theresa Eline to make 100 bars of soap in memory of their son, J.J. who had passed away at age 23 of a life-long illness. Eline has a special way of crafting the soaps in scent, shape and color so they reflect a person’s characteristics and personality. To share the vision of the soaps for J.J., Patricia and Patrick helped with the process, and were soon making soaps of their own. After gleaning years of soap-making knowledge from his sister, Patrick designed his own base recipe, including skin-nourishing oils and butters. Different essential oils and natural ingredients are used for each batch making each batch and bar extremely unique. The Livelsberger’s …