Usborne Books & More is a division of Educational Development Corporation (EDC), a publicly-traded company that has twice been recognized by Forbes Magazine as one of The 200 Best Small Companies in America and three times by Fortune Magazine as one of America's 100 Fastest Growing Small Companies. Usborne produces books that are of excellent quality and cover the ages of preschool to adult. For more information about Usborne Books & More, please click here.
Monday, October 19, 2009
Based in Athens, Georgia, LetterLandmarks was formed in the summer of 2003 by three childhood friends, Donna, Susan and Kay, who attended Athens High School and the University of Georgia together. To learn more about LetterLandmarks, please click here.
Posted by Katie at 10:21 AM
The Georgia Museum of Art shares the mission of the University of Georgia to support and to promote teaching, research and service. Specifically, as a repository and educational instrument of the visual arts, the museum exists to collect, preserve, exhibit and interpret significant works of art. For more information about the Georgia Museum of Art, please click here.
Posted by Katie at 10:14 AM
Thursday, October 15, 2009
Beca Designs features many different pieces made from recycled glass. The eco-friendly line of necklaces, bracelets, earrings and pendants has an organic, yet elegant feel, with natural variations making each piece truly unique. To learn more about Beca Designs, please click here.
Posted by Katie at 1:24 PM
The mission of Zoegetics is to enhance physical health through whole products, to promote environmental health through conscientious decisions, to generate financial health through a health-creating business model and to increase spiritual health through positive relationships. To learn more about the products offered by Zoegetics, please click here.
Posted by Katie at 1:18 PM
Cindy Watlington is a former Fortune 50 executive who left her career to follow her soul. She went to jewelry school, developed her hand-sculpted "tendril and berry" design motif, and acquired a regional following. For more information about Cindy Watlington Jewelry, please click here.
Posted by Katie at 1:07 PM
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
The University of Georgia Alumni Association proudly supports the academic excellence, best interests and traditions of Georgia's flagship University and its more than 250,000 alumni worldwide. For more information about the UGA Alumni Association, please click here.
Posted by Katie at 8:17 AM
Verdae Skin Therapy is based on a passion for all-natural skin care that makes you look good. The team at Verdae Skin Therapy prides itself on researching and purchasing fair-trade shea butter that is hand-rendered and chemical-free. To read more about Verdae Skin Therapy, please click here.
Posted by Katie at 8:14 AM
Tiffany Christine Jewelry was started by Tiffany Carter in 2003 in Atlanta, Georgia. Specializing and creating one-of-a-kind handmade jewelry, Tiffany loves using semi-precious stones and gems in addition to numerous types of metals in her jeweled creations. To learn more about Tiffany Christine Jewelry, please click here.
Posted by Katie at 8:08 AM
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
The Junior League of Athens recently published its first cookbook in over 40 years, Beyond the Hedges: From Tailgating to Tea Parties. Featuring recipes from Junior League members, sustainers, local celebrities and favorite Classic City restaurants, Beyond the Hedges is a must-have for fans of UGA and Athens. For more information about the Junior League of Athens Cookbook, please click here.
Posted by Katie at 7:28 PM
Monday, October 12, 2009
House of Morgan Pewter is owned and operated by Kent and Martha Morgan of Mount Airy, North Carolina. They have been casting beautiful pewter items since 1978 and offer over 530 different items for sale. For more information about House of Morgan Pewter, please click here.
Posted by Katie at 3:11 PM
Homemade Gourmet has many great tools and products that take away the skill needed to prepare great tasting food. From preparing grocery lists to menus for the week, Homemade Gourmet has cookbooks and recipe pages that plan it all. To learn more about Homemade Gourmet, please click here.
Posted by Katie at 3:07 PM
Jenny Grogan created Fussy Frog Designs after spent weeks searching for the perfect birth announcement for her son. Fussy Frog Designs offers a variety of customizable stationery items including note cards, announcements, invitations, gift enclosures and many more. For more information about Fussy Frog Designs, please click here.
Posted by Katie at 3:03 PM
Friday, October 9, 2009
Geraldine's began when Geraldine Cunningham started baking her cheese straws as a peace offering for the trouble her mischievous children got into. After a few bites the townspeople of Newnan, Georgia not only forgave the Cunninghams, they found themselves asking for more. Cathy, one of Geraldine's fans, had the idea of selling the famous Cheese Straws through a company called The Bodacious Foods Company. To learn more about Geraldine's, please click here.
Posted by Katie at 10:34 AM
Thursday, October 8, 2009
Fire & Flavor started in 2003 and focuses on developing and promoting exciting and unique products to make Gourmet cooking, simple. Fire & Flavor offers grilling planks, wraps and skewers as well as brines, rubs and seasonings for a wide range of dishes that allow you to experiment and create your own unique flavor combinations. To learn more about Fire & Flavor, please click here .
Posted by Katie at 2:55 PM
Dave Cain began working with metals in 1995 and began focusing on jewelry six years ago. Everything he makes starts out as wire, and he cuts all of his own rings and hand-forms each piece. For more information about Dave Cain Handcrafted Jewelry, please click here.
Posted by Katie at 2:51 PM
Saturday, October 3, 2009
Ann Peden has been living a charmed life for the past few years. Her humble beadwork hobby used to take a backseat to her career as a cardiology nurse, but these days it takes her up and down the Southeast, to art festivals and trade shows, and she nows sells her jewelry to over 500 retailers and art galleries across the country. For more information about Ann Peden Jewelry, please click here.
Posted by Katie at 11:35 AM
Andy Mathis began painting as something to do in an adult education class, once a week, through a junior college in 1994. He strives to create paintings that are both interesting to view and technically challenging. Watercolor is his favorite medium. His subjects vary from florals, still lifes, people and architectural subjects. To learn more about Andy Mathis Art Co., please click here.
Posted by Katie at 11:31 AM