Five For Friday: Handcrafted

Five For Friday: Handcrafted

Amy A. Ceramics

PDX-based ceramics studio, Amy A. Ceramics showcases wheel thrown kitchenwares that are handcrafted from start to finish. Classic white speckle and black glazes cover chopstick bowls, bud vases, mugs, candle holders, and dinnerware. And 10% of all sales are donated to the Black United Fund of Oregon, assisting in the social and economic development of Oregon's underserved communities.


Estelle Colored Glassware

Like jewels for your table, BIPOC-owned Polish hand-blown glassware, Estelle Colored Glass beautifully combines a look of elegance and a fun pop of color. Browse matching color sets or spring for a mix-and-match set and let your guests choose their favorite color during your next dinner party.


Low-Light Plant Varieties

During months with fewer sunny days in Portland, we're keeping our office spaces lush with greenery to boost the mood and help purify the air. If you're looking to add a plant or two to your space that'll thrive in indirect light and lower temps, check out these plant varieties.


Moonstruck Chocolate

Portland-based Moonstruck Chocolate has released their Fall Collection, featuring flavors such as Dark Chocolate Praline Pecan Ginger, Extra Bittersweet Dark Chocolate, Milk Chocolate Spiced Maple Waffle, and more. Check out their treats in person in their North Portland location or shop online.


Oblation Paper Co.

If you're looking to up your stationary game and want to give your paper products a second life, check out Oblation Paper's Handmade Wildflower Seed Paper. Featuring soft edges from hand formed paper pulp and wildflower seeds from alyssum, yarrow, and chamomile. When it's ready for a second life, plant paper under at least 1/4 inch of soil, and keep damp until germination.