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Mother's Day Gift Guide

We know it's not always easy to find that special something for Mom, so we put together some gift ideas that we think will help you go straight to the top of the list as the "favorite" child (or score major brownie points as a kick ass Husband or Partner)!


Faribault recycled cotton throw blanket and oversized tote bag, perfect for a picnic or summer travels.  Blanket $95 Tote $140

 Beautiful hand screened cotton tea towel, so pretty it could be used for a hand towel, in a bread basket or even as a placemat on a tabletop. $16

These ceramic iPad holders pull double duty- hold your iPad while cooking for easy, no mess viewing of your favorite recipe, while holding all of your best cooking utensils in the back. $72



We made it easy to give Mom something unique with our custom curated gift sets that come wrapped and ready to go. We went with a pampering theme for Moms starting at $16

Walnut Cake stand, with Corian top. Made to be used and enjoyed while maintaining it's beauty. $72

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Native State Vegan Skincare

Join us in welcoming back the ladies of Native State vegan skincare for a one day pop-up...
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Meet the Ladies of Native State... This Saturday, a Shop Event!

Come out to the shop this weekend as we welcome the lovely ladies of Native State! The gals will be here in the flesh from 12-2 p.m. on Saturday (June 1) to share their full line of goodness. 

Native State's beautiful salves, elixirs, tonics, and creams are some of the best smelling and deepest healing products around. Made by a wife a wife team in the foothills of Northern California, we like to think of their products as magical potions with moisturizing properties. All of their products are vegan, natural, cruelty-free, sustainable, and made with love.  

The owners, Torre and Rachel Freeman, have a great story. After college, the duo found themselves moving around quite a bit, from town to town and cafe to cafe, trying to find themselves. They knew they wanted to be crafters, and they knew they wanted to make something together. Serendipitously, a friend offered to show them how to make lotions and salves. After one session, they were hooked, and emptied their savings accounts to buy herbs and supplies to launch an artisan body care line. The rest is history.

We hope to see you at the event! Just be sure to RSVP on Facebook so we have a sense of how many are coming. 

Everyone who attends will be entered into a raffle for a gift basket of Native State products. All you have to do is show up to our event, snap a photo of something in the shop, tag it #marionandrose, and post it up on Instagram to be entered to win! Easy enough, eh?


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