Supported by Oxford County’s rich agricultural resources and a commitment to DIY ethics and values, inspiration for FractalineTerrariums was born somewhere between the James St. Art Crawl and the proprietor’s interest in business during studies at Mohawk’s Small Business & Entrepreneurship program. Starting out rurally only one year ago, FractalineTerrariums began retailing at local farmers’ and makers’ markets throughout Oxford County including For the Love of Local 2015 and Treats & Treasures 2015, as well as Handmade Finds’ Winter Finds Show in Ancaster. Quickly gaining attention, FractalineTerrariums has recently received requests from a variety of larger scale markets such as Toronto’s Waterfront Artisan Market and the One Of A Kind Shows.
FractalineTerrariums currently maintains a retail relationship with Oxford handmade-goods outpost The Wooden Pearl, as well as Woodstock’s Alternate Routes health centre. This March, FractalineTerrariums will also be retailing its terrariums and handmade pottery at The Gifted in Hamilton. FractalineTerrariums has just recently been accepted to attend Makeology 2016 at the Cotton Factory at 270 Sherman Ave. N.. A “hard launch” event and pop-up shop is anticipated for late May of this year that will promote preference for buying and supporting local while moving to maintain both an Etsy presence for exclusive handmade pottery, as well as an e-commerce website for limited edition terrariums and DIY terrarium Kits.
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