By Kathy Chouteau
PaperCut Pottery is readying to host its latest seasonal event, the “Richmond Summer Pop-Up Shop” set for Sat., July 30 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 1201 Pennsylvania Ave. in Richmond, per Samantha Marie, maker and owner of the ceramics business.
She said that the event will be rife with opportunities to “shop handcrafted goods from a dozen talented artisans,” adding, “There’s something for everyone at our Richmond Makers Market.”
While the artisan lineup has yet to be announced, Samantha Marie told the Standard that new artists will be on hand “with some fresh handcrafted products to shop,” including: bags and purses, body care, candles, ceramics, crystals, home décor, jams, jewelry, plants, resin art, tea, tarot readings and more.
“Our local Pop-Up Shop is outdoors and, as always, family and dog friendly. I encourage local fellow makers who are interested in participating in future events to attend and introduce themselves,” said Samantha Marie.
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