Handmade Idaho: Local artists’ work featured in mall pop-up shop


Last year, Handmade Idaho had its holiday pop-up shop at The Village in Meridian. This year, you can find the store with holiday gifts made by local artists and makers at Boise Towne Square.

Products from over 55 artists from across the Treasure Valley, McCall, and Sun Valley areas are for sale.

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Items includejewelry, paper goods, apparel, pottery, bath & body, wood, glass, artisan foods, and gift boxes.

“There is an amazing Huckleberry gift assortment, all those fun parachuting beavers and so much more!” founder Angela Stewart said.

In addition to individual artists, small local businesses like Wear Boise, Banana Ink and the Ladybug Press have products for sale in the shop.

“The store also features all local gift boxes,” Stewart said. “You can make your own custom gift box in the store or we have some great curated options all ready to go making it easy to send love from Idaho!”

The shop will be open in the mall across from See’s Candies on the bottom level until December 26th.

If you don’t want to go to the shop, many products are for sale on Handmade Idaho’s website. 

For more information on Handmade Idaho’s pop-up shop and the featured artists and makers,click here.

Anna Daly - BoiseDev Reporter
Anna Daly is a reporter for BoiseDev. She's an Emmy-winning journalist, and a professor at the College of Western Idaho. Contact her at

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