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Well, this year has certainly been a long, strange trip! 

2020 has brought changes to the way we do business in order to keep going.

Shipping and pick up 
For our local shoppers, I am offering local pick up. For current pick up steps, click here.
For those who are further away or would rather not come out, orders ship for $6.99 or less.
Unfortunately, the showroom is currently closed for general shopping. For me, it’s both a happy and a sad thing. 
The sad thing is missing all the great customers who  shopped, wandered in and supported me in these first few years of having a showroom. That is something I already miss dearly. 
The happy thing is we are growing! Available space is limited. The stocked products we carry are spilling out into the showroom area. 
With the increase in online orders and an expanded wholesale base, the showroom is hard to maintain the way I would like while still offering quick order fulfillment. 
What's next
What will the future hold? I honestly don’t know. I hope someday we can see each other again. Maybe at a craft show or in a new showroom. 
Debbie and I truly appreciate all the support over the last 5 years since we started this new adventure.


The Beginnings

Since 2016, I've been offering quality drinkware. Like many small businesses, it all started in the garage. I sandblasted each piece by hand in a small cabinet. It was a slow and tedious process at first, but the joy it gave others kept me going. It didn't take long to realize that people were excited about what I could offer. Because of the demand, we had to make the leap and move into laser etching the glassware to keep up with the demand. 

I suddenly found myself too busy to hold down a full time job, grow our small business and spend time with my family. So I took the frightening leap and left my day job of 17 years to pursue my passion for making gifts. 

Finding more space

The one car garage worked for a while, but limited me to offer only four types of glassware. People were asking for more. This lead me to search for a larger space in my hometown of Glens Falls. Staying in Glens Falls was important. 

The Shirt Factory, Glens Falls

After attending a Holiday Open House event at The Shirt Factory in Glens Falls, we found a home. A converted factory building, The Shirt Factory is an inspiring collection of studios filled with other makers and artists. It's also in our hometown not far from where we live. 

What's Next?

I continue to listen to feedback from our great customers and adding to our drinkware styles and design collections. Keeping everything fresh and new is important. Keep an eye out for more to come.