November 7, 2008

Boulder’s Starfish: what’s eco jewelry?

You had me at unique, personalized and stylish jewelry. And you sold me when you said it was…eco?

Visit Boulder’s Starfish eco jewerly trunk show today, November 7th from 3-7pm!  Don’t miss your chance to check out inspiring, eco, beautiful jewelry.  Starfish will be giving away an authentic Trollbeads sterling bracelet with any Trollbeads purchase!!  Enjoy Starfish’s last Trollbeads event of the year and an evening filled with friends, wine, treats.

Starfish, recently opened in Boulder, Colorado located at 1738 Pearl St. Suite 107f, is not just another jewelry store. Visitors collect beads as they go, either from their Pandora line of beads, or the artsy Trollbeads, each with their own meaning.

But what’s eco about Starfish, exactly?

For starters, the boutique is a member of the “Green Business Alliance” and the owners, Alex and Krista Rogers, took pains and money to “build out” their leased space with eco friendly materials. All of the cabinets in the store are made by the owners themselves, with highly renewable bamboo plywood and the floor is renewable, natural sisal (a kind of grass). All packaging is 100% recycled and one of the lines is made from Sea Glass jewelry, which is (in a former life) trash or litter!

This lovely little boutique jewelry shop is located on 18th and Pearl (adjacent to Frasca). Support it! I will.

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