HANNA PETERSEN PHOTO Neva Perrott shows off her friend’s baby and her Hypsy Gypsy handcrafted bath and skin care goodies.

Port McNeill Pop Up Shops pop-up at Black Bear Resort

Local buisnesses were featured at a special shopping event

Port McNeill Pop Up Shops returned to Black Bear Resort on Campbell Way.

The Feb. 8 event featured numerous booths, including West Coast Mamas having a sale on Buttercream Clothing, Au FAit Mama, Maha Devi and other select pieces.Julia’s Bakeshop was there with some home baked goodness.

Shoppers could stop by West Coast Lip with Michelle and Young Living Essential Oils with Laura Chase, Wild ThreatsInfant & Toddler Toques with Megan, HempWorx -CBD Oil & creams with Kristin, The Chandler Shop featuring bath products, soy and beeswax candles with Debbie, Nans Hands Gift Shop featuring hand made soaps, crocheted face and dish cloths,home made fudge, felted dryer balls, Spa in a bag with Sally,Kallies Cupcakes, Hypsy Gypsy handcrafted bath and skin care goodies, delicious salsa and other canned treats with Neva Perrott,Just for you cards and handmade cards for all occasions with Sarah, and Sandra Krieva Designs featuring hand made natural bath and body products.

 

HANNA PETERSEN PHOTO The Wild Threads crew at Port McNeill Pop Up Shops

HANNA PETERSEN PHOTO Neva Perrott shows off her friend’s baby and her Hypsy Gypsy handcrafted bath and skin care goodies.

HANNA PETERSEN PHOTO Many great items could be found at the Pop up Shops!

HANNA PETERSEN Debbie had some beautiful beeswax candles.

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