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Capuli Club emerged from the supportive friendship between a mother and a daughter, both makers, who seek to share beauty, health and warmth through quality infusions and snacks.
Our story began with a necessity to adjust to the drizzly Pacific Northwest afternoons, so unlike the warm tropical climate where we hailed from. We decided to stop longing for the sun and instead fully embrace the beauty of the Pacific Northwest. The misty afternoons and rainy mornings inspire us to seek to add warmth and color to our city.
Dehydration is our craft; the beauty and quality of our products is a reflection of the care we put into our manufacturing process. We are: diligent in our choice of ingredients, delicate with each cut, and strive for the perfect consistency of every fruit and herb. Each of our infusions is a delicately crafted configuration of flavor, color and light. The beauty of our infusions and snacks boils down to the moment when our clients are able to slow down, engage with each other and delight in the present.
I sell an odd array of accessories, sculptures, and functional pieces with a weird, monstrous quirkiness. Monstercakes, hair accessories, dragons and dice beast familiars all made by hand with the help of a couple of weird dogs.
I work in ceramic, needlefelt, and polymer clay mediums! I like the creepy, but cute side of things! My Dreaming Tree Collection features some of the weirder, more surreal ceramic work, while my main title offers a brighter fare.
We design and create unique, handmade screen printed + embroidered items with a focus on social issues with the goal of making love + peace the common.
Hand crafted jewelry with 5 different lines.
Patina Resin Collection (patina or hand painted metals with items captured in resin)
Ancient Rings Collection (Facetted Chalcedony, Rose Quartz, Ruby, Tooaz, Citrine, Diamonds and more in 14k gold fill bezel settings)
Leather Collection (deerskin leather wrist wraps with sterling silver or Brass)
Industrial Metals Collection (oxidized or patina finished embossed brass, silver, 14k rose or
Yellow gold pieces)
Minerals and rocks galore. Naturally beautify your space with Earth's gifts of minerals, crystals and rocks. All natural raw or rough crystal stones. Carrying agates, fossils, amethyst, geodes, shungite jewelry and many more minerals. Some sage bundles and Palo Santo to cleanse the the rocks or your space.
Ixchel (pronounced Ishchel) was the Mayan goddess of the moon, rainbow, medicine, and fertility. Ixchel has been know to be a shaman.
Ixchel Crystals was created by a single mom who is an avid rock collector, who was inspired by the Mayan goddess, and decided to share her love of the many crystals and healing stones the earth has to offer.
I create one-of-a-kind jewelry by uniting locally gathered natural materials - namely driftwood, lichen and antler - into distinct statement pieces. My designs showcase the finer details of each material to create cohesive pieces that celebrate raw natural beauty. Each piece is accompanied by a specimen card that details the natural histories and origins of the materials used in an effort to deepen one's connection to place.
I began creating natural jewelry years ago, when my family sold our beloved cabin in the Colorado mountains. I looked for a tangible way to hold on to the memory of the property, and began collecting small, natural materials that, when placed together, reconstructed a story about the cabin and what it means to be nourished by a place. Since then, I have used my craft as a way to polish my experiences in nature -
juxtaposing materials possessing their own, divergent stories to create a piece with a single, unified future. I believe observing the natural world - and lichen in particular - gives important insight into healthy, reciprocal living; I thus intend that the wearers of my work contemplate the meaning of time and how it dictates our relationship with the land.
I’ve been interested in photography for many years and on 2011 I started my ETSY page where I sell my original photography mounted on bamboo blocks. I cut the wood, adhere the image and cover the image with an epoxy finish. The blocks can be placed on a shelf, hung on a wall or even can be mounted on the fridge with magnets.
My artwork has always been connected to the natural world as I have always been an avid outdoor enthusiast. After meeting my husband, an outdoor enthusiast as well and arm-chair geologist, I was introduced to the geology of the Northwest. This introduction helped focus my art in a new direction, which was to embrace and incorporate the geology and natural history around the Northwest into my work. The stones in my jewelry are found on round hounding trips in and around the Northwest and are tumbled, polished and cut by us. For my final jewelry designs, I like to preserve the natural shape of the stones as much as possible, and take inspiration from the natural environment the stones were formed in to chose or make the beads and findings as well as the pair the metals they are combined with.
Using mainly inks, acrylics, pen and pencil I like to create art that tickles the eyeballs and sparks imagination!
I love combining cute, a bit strange and vintage so I draw beautiful skeleton characters that exude a certain odd quality you will want to show off on tote bags, art prints, greeting cards and more. My Dia de Los Muertos girl portraits are one-of-a-kind creations with a whimsical, dark twist. Using my secret ingredient to create an interesting texture within the piece, each creation reflects a unique look and takes on its own personality.
My Nature series comes from a place of pure amazement and admiration for the animal kingdom. Creatures great and small inspire me to create unique works of art using only my imagination, inks and pencil.
I started this adventure in 2011, learning how to bead. Becoming bored with beading, I found a local wire working class. Since then, I've fallen in love with making jewelry. My friends suggested that I start selling my work on Etsy. 2012 I opened my shop Piccolina Jewelry.
Realizing that local businesses need support, I've joined two local groups: Seattle Metals Guild and Duvall Handmade. I've really enjoyed getting to know people in my home town. In 2014, I wanted to make my business full time and my husband convinced me to learn how to make metal jewelry.
I've taken many classes at North Seattle College for jewelry design. I'm enjoying manipulating and soldering metal!