Teacher Holiday Gift

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WE LOVE OUR TEACHERS

School teachers from Aspen to Glenwood Springs are invited to sign up for a special delivery, a TEACHER HOLIDAY GIFT from MOUNTAIN PARENT, and the Locally Sourced Artists featured in our Holiday Gift Box and Valentine’s Gift Box

HOLIDAY HINTS …

Every artist you’ve discovered through our Locally Sourced Holiday Gift Box has contributed toward a Teacher Holiday Gift. MOUNTAIN PARENT will make a special delivery to campuses throughout the Valley before the Winter break. Here’s a hint of what you might receive:

LOCALLY SOURCED Holiday Gift Box
Locally Sourced Valentines

Lilybart’s Starry Night Journal
Jill Scher’s Sculptural Felted Soap
Jan Schubert’s Bee Happy Starry Night Beeswax Candle
Carbondale Clay Center & Roaring Fork Kids Who Care’s
One-of-a-kind handpainted Starry Night Julep Cup by
Vera Herbals’ Moisturizing Hemp Lipbalm
Homsted‘s Relax Essential Oil


SHARING THE LOVE

The artists behind our Locally Sourced Valentines Box also contributed to Teacher Holiday Gifts. We’re talking about Edible Art from:


Cocoatree Chocolates – chocolate truffles
Sunshine & Moons
– dark chocolate sea salt caramels
Black Bear Eats
– alfajores holiday cookies
Pollinator Chocolate
– locally made from bean to bar
Aspen Youth Center
– hot cocoa bombs
Too Haute Cowgirls
– blisters on my buttercrunch

(EDIBLE ART and VALENTINES BOX Sneak Peak coming soon…)



PLEASE SAY HELLO

The first 50 teachers to sign up will receive gift packages given with gratitude for all you have done for our children during this most extraordinary school year.   



MEET OUR LOCALLY SOURCED ARTISTS

Lilybart – Starry Night Journal
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Jill Scher – Sculptural Felted Soap
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Jan Schubert – Starry Night Beeswax Pillar Candle
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Carbondale Clay Center & Roaring Fork Kids Who Care –
Starry Night Julep Cup
.
Vera Herbals – Moisturizing Hemp Lipbalm
.
Homsted – Relax Essential Oil

(EDIBLE ART and VALENTINES BOX Sneak Peak coming soon…)

About Kathryn Camp

MOUNTAIN PARENT Editor & Designer • When Kathryn is not at her desk with MP, she cycles, snowboards, skis, writes fiction and keeps bees in downtown Carbondale with her teenage children, husband Rich, and their wayward husky-coyote Zelda.