Welcome to full-on holiday mode at the Bernheim Gift Shop! We have so many new and exciting vendors to spotlight starting with Wrendale Designs by Hannah Dale, which are designed in the UK. Hannah says they pride themselves on producing stylish, design-led greeting cards and gifts based on original artwork by Hannah Dale. You’ll find gorgeous designs and Hannah’s unique style across a wonderful selection of cards, stationery, home goods, and giftware items.
And for our furry friends, we are now carrying A Hot Dog on a Leash. The collars, leashes, and harnesses are made with colorful high-fashion cotton fabrics, sewn over a strong nylon webbing material. The hardware includes double-locking side-release acetal buckles, wide mouth polypropylene adjustment loops, heavyweight forged D-rings and heavyweight snap bolts, so they are durable for even the slipperiest of pups. They specialize in providing dog friends with fashionable bandanas, bows, bowties, flowers, and neckties as collar embellishments. They are a great accessory to style the perfect outfit for your outings.
All the products are washable, however they do recommend hanging up the wet items to dry, instead of allowing things to bang around inside your dryer.
A Hot Dog on a Leash pays forward their success and growth by involving stay-at-home moms and grandmothers to help with production needs. This allows them not only to deliver quality products but also ensures that they are made in the USA in Snellville, Georgia.
For all the foodies out there, don’t forget we carry a host of Kentucky Proud® products in our shop. South 4 Farms is a small family farm located in Scottsville, Kentucky owned by Nace & Sheila Taylor. They produce 100% pure Kentucky maple syrup products.
While many products often imitate maple with corn syrups and added sugar products, their products are all-natural, no sugar added, pure maple syrup products made by their family for yours.
South 4 Farms journey began in February 2010 with two taps, some tubing and a bucket, two days later, there were 5 gallons of sap, a turkey fryer and a roasting pan… and then they were hooked.