We're all hearing a lot of talk this holiday season about shopping local and what it means to a community. But Talulah Jones shop owner Robin Lohre is doing more than that: This month, Lohre will host a reception showcasing a different local artisan every night through Christmas Eve. Check Show and Tell daily to see who's on the night's roster.
Colorado native Megan Jamison is into flowers, but her former stint as a pastry chef most likely informs her hand-dyed fabric flower pins, as well: They are, without a doubt, as sweet as any frosting rose that ever adorned a cupcake. Everyone, she opines, should wear a flower, and after taking a look at these, we agree. And just in time for coat weather!
Molli Yoder, Skylark360
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Boulderite Molli Yoder has a degree in environmental design from The Rocky Mountain School of Art and Design and is now studying Speech Communications at Metro, but that doesn't stop her from creating jewelry inspired by her travels to Florence and Murano in Italy. Her asymmetrical Skylark360 creations feature lovely vintage and glass beads and precious stones hung from delicate chain link; to wear one is to make a one-of-a-kind statement.
Nicole Keim, Marmalade Creations
Elementary school music teacher Nicole Keim's Marmalade Creations felt applique hair clips are simply adorable, sporting everything from cute stitched piggies to button-adorned roller girl motifs, making them suitable for everyone from your five-year-old niece to your grown-up bohemian hipster sister. Fun and funky.
Meet Jamison (Friday) and Yoder (Saturday) at their respective receptions from 5 to 7:30 p.m. at Talulah Jones, 1122 East 17th Avenue; on Sunday, Keim will be in the house from 3 to 5:30 p.m. Visit Talulah Online or or the Talulah Jones Facebook page, or call 303-832-1230 for details.