"Colorado Made"

"ittybitty card shoppe"

Karen Haas Art comes in many forms. Stamping and creating with paper is Karen’s passion. She was introduced to it in 2003 and made it a business in 2010 – ittybitty card shoppe. The parent company, Stampin’ Up! is where she gets her quality supplies. Their motto “love what you do  . . . share what you love.”  Karen’s inspiration comes from many places and she especialy loves creating personal cards and special projects to meet the needs of friends or a gift to someone else.

"Natural Skin Care"

Kissed by Nature Nestled into Littleton, Colorado is a place we call home. We have been creating amazing skin care since 2007. Personal struggles with cancer, allergies and eczema created a desire to formulate natural, organic and healthy skin care. Kissed by Nature offers products for every person and every budget. We have been selling through ecommerce since 2009. Our team is our family. Every product we make was born from a desire for healthy, beautiful skin.

"Botanical Candles"

Nature’s Gifts Candles – Golden, Colorado
Each candle is hand poured, carefully adding real fruit, flowers, and other natural botanicals to the outermost layers of wax. When lit, these long burning candles illuminate the botanicals from within. Our fragrance is blended throughout the entire candle, gently releasing natural long lasting scent as it burns. Developed and inspired by the beauty of the Rocky Mountains, each candle is an original, as with Nature. The personal attention given to each creation is evident in its quality and its final presentation. Nature's Gift Candles are handmade in Golden, Colorado.

"2018 Rocky Mountain National Park Calendar"

Our Natural Heritage
Publishing Photographer James Frank created Our Natural Heritage Publishing in 2006 as the vehicle to self-publishing books, calendars, and note cards utilizing Frank’s photography and writing. After several books, note card line and an annual Rocky Mountain National Park calendar, Our Natural Heritage Publishing hales to the highest quality in sustainable forestry paper products, printing only in the USA, and giving a percentage of sales to the Nature Conservancy of Rocky Mountain National Park.

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