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Megan Rossman, Photography Editor
Photo by LORI DUCKWORTH
By Megan Rossman
September 3, 2015
If you’re looking for unique locally made products but can’t or don’t want to leave your house, have no fear. Your Internet devices are here to help. The virtual storefronts of Oklahoma crafters and artists are just a swipe away. Here are seven whose sites are worth a browse.
For beautiful and affordable handmade jewelry, check out Prairie Coast Art, based in Tulsa. There you’ll find an assortment of mostly silver jewelry, from gem-studded rings to charm necklaces and unique earrings that resemble leaves and seed pods.
Norman shop Pete & Paul is well stocked with colorful varieties of made-to-order pillows, pillow covers, wallets, and purses.
Everyone likes pretty things that smell good. White Apartment Studios, based in Oklahoma City, offers a wide range of candle scents like The Woods, State Fair, and Old Books, along with classic choices like lavender, honeysuckle, and peach. Most exciting to me are the shop’s gemstone soaps that can be made with whatever scent and color customers choose.
In addition to its physical location in downtown Guthrie, Hancock Creative Shop sells its wares online, too. Humorous and upbeat messages adorning signs, banners, T-shirts, prints, and paintings make fun gifts for any occasion.
Want some crazy socks? See: Sole Root.
You can find beautiful occult items from Tarot by Seven, like Ouija mats and tarot cards. Other items include playing cards with vintage designs and journals, all of which can be customized.
Oklahoma Today’s frequent and favorite illustrator JJ Ritchey makes correspondence look good with stationery staples like stickers, mailing labels, gel pens, and envelopes at Handmade by JJkun.