Shop The Marketplace's Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide

  1. Hearth & Craft Candle Company- Owned by Hattie in Lincoln, Nebraska. Hearth and Craft Co’s mission is to connect you with your cozy side and to cherish the slower & simple moments in life. Each candle is thoughtfully hand-poured. Offering small batch natural soy wax, wood wick and phthalate free fragrance and essential oils blends - all in eco-friendly & reusable jars, mugs and packing materials. Shop Hearth & Craft Co.
  2. Marleys Monsters- Marley's Monsters is a one-stop shop for eco-friendly, reusable products and unique home and beauty goods. They believe living a sustainable lifestyle should be fun and unique to your style. Shop Marleys Monsters. 

  3. Saint & Company- Owned and made by Emma, an artist and creative entrepreneur based in Fort Collins, Colorado. Everything she creates.  is originally hand drawn or painted with watercolor and is proudly printed in the USA. Shop Saint & Company.

  4. oteKLOTH- Owned and made by Georgiana in Truth Or Consequences, New Mexico. oteKLOTH is 100% ORGANIC: all goods are made with 100% undyed and unbleached organic cotton, down to the thread. The fabrics are made domestically from organic cotton grown in the USA by a co-op of organic farms and family run mills. The name "ote" is short for "of the Earth" as their cloth goods are, well, of the Earth! Shop oteKLOTH.

  5. reCAP Mason Jars- Tired of messes and rusty lids, Karen was looking for a solution to shake, pour, and store homemade dressings directly from a Mason jar. When she couldn’t find one, she invented The Original reCAP in Erie, Pennsylvania. Karen's passion for a better world put the “re” in reCAP – Reduce, Reuse, Repurpose, Recycle. Inspired by a personal goal of zero-waste, Karen was passionate about bringing reCAP to life – in the hopes the cap would make Mason jars more useful and have a positive environmental impact. Shop reCAP Mason Jars.

  6. Bee's Wrap-  Bee’s Wrap® was founded in 2012 by Vermonter Sarah kaeck with a simple idea: How can we cut down on plastic and store food more sustainably? By infusing organic cotton with a blend of beeswax, plant oil and tree resin, Sarah created a durable yet pliable beeswax food wrap that could be used again and again. Bee’s Wrap is proudly made in Vermont, USA and is the natural, reusable alternative to plastic wrap and bags. Shop Bees Wrap. 

  7. The Earthling Co.- The Earthling Co. creates thoughtfully designed products that nurture earth-friendly habits. Their mission is to simplify eco-conscious living, and to create a positive impact on our routines and the future of our planet. The Earthling Co. manufactures their products in Springfield, Missouri. Shop Earthling Co.

  8. Old Whaling Co.- Old Whaling Company is a family-owned home and body brand based in Charleston, South Carolina. Their belief is that high quality, handcrafted bath products can be affordable, beautiful, and nourishing without compromising on gentle ingredients or cherished fragrances. They handcraft their products with the utmost care and attention to detail, with a mission to provide gentle yet effective alternatives for your body care routine. Their products leave you feeling fresh, clean, and a little closer to your favorite coast. Shop Old Whaling Co.

  9. September Skye Bags & Accessories - Owned and made by Debbie, in Lynden, Washington. Debbie started selling her creations after her 2nd child was born. September Skye Bags and Accessories was named after Debbie's daughters. September is the month her 1st daughter was born and Skye is the 2nd daughter's middle name. Shop September Skye Bags and Accessories.


Santora Street Marketplace supports artisans in the USA and advocates for the earth. Santora Street invests in beautiful people who make beautiful products and makes the world a better place by pledging to better themselves, the community, and the planet.

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