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It’s been a crazy holiday season at Simply Curated and I am looking forward to a short break, but in case you need last minute gifts, our candles are finally for sale online and I will deliver in NYC! 

This Saturday I will be selling at The Shops at Studio J. This is a holiday shopping event that supports local artisans, artists, and entrepreneurs. There will also be music and refreshments. 

Saturday December 1st

11am - 6pm

StudiojLIC.com

11-11 44th Road Unit 404 

Long Island City, NY 11101

I hope to see you there! 

Holiday update:

Hi everyone! I know I’ve been quiet here on the blog for a while but that’s only because so many awesome things have been happening offline. If you follow Simply Curated on Facebook, you probably already know about the market we participated in this past weekend at Artists & Fleas in Brooklyn. 

via Artists & Fleas Instagram

We had an awesome time getting to interact with our customers in person and watching people fall in love with vintage finds and take them home. 

Our hand poured candles were a big hit, but it was clear that customers wanted a scented candle option. I’ve been hard at work curating new vintage glass for scented candles. 

I’m hoping that you guys will embrace me making candles a bigger part of my business. I have multiplies of all of this glassware so in the future I’m hoping I’ll be able to put whichever fragrance you want in the glass you want. 

If you live in NYC, we will be at Artists & Fleas again on November 24-25 and December 15-16. We will also be at The Shops at Studio J on December 1st in LIC. Like us on Facebook to keep up with all the upcoming market dates. 

kmaverick:

photojojo:

I often find myself living vicariously in New York City through my talented friend Justin Ouellette’s photos. I’ve always loved this shot of Ninth Avenue in particular.

Shot using a Hasselblad 500C/M camera using portra 400NC film.

This post is by Hrrrthrrr as part of Photojojo’s Show & Tell.

that’s my building! the striped black and white one

I’d love a medium format camera. This shot is breath taking