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614 Shoutout: 5 unique makers you should be following

614 Shoutout: 5 unique makers you should be following

Laura Dachenbach

Most of our Instagram feeds are filled with photos of our aunts on vacation at the Outter Banks, former friends from college letting their hair down somewhere on Park Street, and fitness, fashion, and food influencers. But where are all the artists that make this city so creative?

Here are five local makers to pepper some awe-inspiring work into your feed.

@Rockswithsass

These crystals actually do heal! A portion of Amanda Heslinga’s crystal and jewelry sales go towards the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation. Heslinga started her work as a therapeutic outlet during a Crohn’s flare-up. Now these colorful, sparkly pieces serve to brighten the day of her customers and followers.

@marsder

Taking the miniature Christmas Village idea a few steps further, the miniature worlds created and photographed by Derrick Lin will make you both wonder and smile.

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@audienceof1_snackbags

Jeff Stelle, a tattoo artist, started drawing on his son’s lunch bags to reduce his anxiety at school. Now these totally creative designs from Yoda to Uncle Sam to the “snackalope” serve as encouragement for more than just elementary-school fans.

@Cheeruppress

Alaina Cherup creates wedding invitations and fine stationery like we’ve never seen. Beautiful colors, scripts, and thick, torn-edge papers are features of simply her gorgeous and unique invitations and cards. Cheer Up Press also uses sustainable paper products such as cotton and recycled cardstock whenever possible and supports the Eden tree-planting projects.

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