Cville Picnic Gift Certificate
Charlottesville’s premier luxury picnic experience. Offering packages at Hark, Valley Road, Eastwood Farm & Winery, King Family, White Hall, Stinson, Revalation and 12 Ridges Vineyard.
Gift certificate value will be a $189 value towards a classic package.
Mini-session with Heather Underwood Creative
Heather lives at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the Shenandoah Valley area of Virginia with her husband, two daughters, three dogs, and one black cat. She is a photographer, block print artist, and nature-based homeschooling mama with a passion for exploring, art, books, and life.
IX Art Park - 4 Looking Glass Tickets
A new whimsical wonderland invites you to leave real life at the door and enjoy an otherworldly escape. This enchanted forest is the first immersive art space in Virginia, created by over a dozen local artists to spark your imagination and captivate your sense of childlike wonder. Every corner packed with sound, light and color for a dreamland that ignites all your senses.
Lokey Leather Purse
Located in Ruther Glen, Virginia, Williamsburg, Virginia, and St Augustine Florida... Lokey Leather Co. produces high quality handcrafted leather goods in small batches. Crafted by a single craftsmen in a basement studio... Using only materials sourced from suppliers in the USA for our Handmade products.
Julie Ellyn Designs
Custom gemstone cuff $225 value
"While I grew up to be a scientist just like my dad, I never gave up creating…or gifting. I have now taken the plunge to focus full time on my art (and family). It is a dream to be able to showcase my designs, support my community, and spend precious time with my loved ones. I am excited to spread a little sunshine with my jewelry." - Julie Ter Borg
I got my start in photography at an early age. My dad ran the visual arts program at a local college and taught me how to expose, develop and print my own photographs by age 12. I spent most of my teenaged years in our basement darkroom, and the next dozen or so years documenting my and my friend's adventures backpacking, canoeing and rock climbing. As my primary career in medicine became more demanding, I began taking one or two week-long trips to make photographs in wild places as an antidote to professional burnout. In a world of suffering, my aim now is to reflect the beauty and tranquillity that I have experienced through landscape. Photography is my means for contemplating the natural world and understanding my place therein.