A new Woodbury Lakes fair-trade shop offers special artisan goods.
Melissa Odegard grew up with a mom who loved to sew and remembers there always being some project in the works for friends and family. As an adult, Odegard followed her mother’s footsteps, and as friends started having kids, she would make baby blankets.
New Uses had its grand opening in June at South Tamarack Square, and has introduced a fairly new concept in retail: buying and selling gently used furniture, artwork, mirrors, lamps, rugs—and basically anything else for the home.
Passing by Sweet Pea’s Floral, it might not be immediately obvious that miraculous transformations are occurring within.
A Greener Read wants to change the scope of the classic “reduce, reuse, recycle” motto and has been pretty successful in doing so.
Valley Creek Mall has acquired a sense of style since Crafty Chicks on the Loose moved in last spring. Motivation behind the business’ move to Woodbury was simple.
“I have always loved that word from Christmas cards and poetry,” says Sarah Olsen, owner of Merriment, a new home furnishings and accessory store that recently opened in Woodbury a few doors down from Woodbury Cafe in Tamarack Hills.
As joyous as weddings are, there is no denying they are stressful. Choosing the perfect venue, food and dress can be a lot to handle. But when it comes to flowers for the big day, Bel Fiore has it covered.
Summer calls for glowing tanned skin and dripping wet lake hair. Along with the fun comes the rough and tumble of too much heat exposure. The constant sunshine, and often chlorine, can result in dry, damaged hair and skin. Fall is the time to rejuvenate, revitalize and refresh.