As many of you know, makers and small businesses have had a tough year. With so many markets canceled, it is more important than ever to commit to supporting local artists and businesses when shopping this holiday season.
That’s why I’m so excited to be participating in The Crucible’s Virtual GIFTY! For the first time in its 17 year history, this annual craft show will be hosted completely online, allowing shoppers to avoid the crowds while still supporting local businesses.
Starting November 9, The Crucible will be highlighting ABSINTHIA and over 80 other Bay Area makers and small businesses selling things like original jewelry, handcrafted soaps, sculpted glassware, and of course absinthe! Buying local gifts can make a huge difference
I am very proud to be part of The Crucible’s diverse community of makers. Their mission to keep the industrial arts accessible to everyone through scholarships and other programming makes this a unique place that does a lot to support the Bay Area’s artists.
After a stellar GIFTY event last December, I’m thrilled to be selling alongside such a diverse and talented collection of Bay Area makers and businesses.
I’m also pleased to be participating in Giving Back At GIFTY, where 100% of sales from the items donated by vendors go to supporting The Crucible’s important arts programming. You can see all the Giving Back At GIFTY items on The Crucible’s website. To support The Crucible this year, I donated absinthe, along with Nickel Dime Syrups four pack of syrups and a home bartender kit, helping ensure The Crucible can continue their work of supporting artists and arts access.
If you live in the Bay Area, please know that I offer local pick-up. Just be sure to select local pick-up at check-out. Please email me if you have any questions.
I hope you choose to support me and other local artists and businesses this holiday season by shopping The Crucible’s Virtual GIFTY for all your holiday gifts!