Each week The Cotton Company is featuring one of our vendors to help spread the word about what an incredible group of business we host down here on South White Street.
This week our Featured vendor is: Peruvian Patty. For the past 5 years Patricia Paz has been sharing Handcrafted Goods from Peru with the Wake Forest area. Some of our customer favorites are her adorable children’s clothes and the unique Chulucanas Pottery.
Also, we’re starting a new “Staff Favorites” segment of our newsletter and blog posts. This week Ruth decided that this new sundress and hat combo created a desire to run off to the beach. Now, that is an idea that I can get behind, so enjoy this image from Carolina Clover and gain your own beach loving dreams.
This month, for 29 full days, Resident Artist Dick Larsen is offering a Special “Puppy Love”
Sale on his one of a kind artwork. Custom Pet Portraits are his specialty and right now you can order a 12×12 Hand Painted creation for only $125.00! This size painted canvas normally runs $225.00 – that is a $100.00 discount!
Now is the time to take your favorite pet images and have them transformed into a timeless work of art. Deals like this don’t happen every day! Come into The Cotton Company to meet Dick in person and to see some of his recent work.
Visit us in person at 306 South White St. Wake Forest NC. We are open 7 days a week, 10-6 M-Th and 10-8 Fr-Sat. 1-6 on Sundays. See you soon!
In Honor of Responsible Pet Owner Month,The Cotton Company’sResident Artist Dick Larsen will be giving away an 11×14 Custom Pet Portrait. To Enter Bring in a Photo of your Pet with your Name, Phone #, Address, Email and Pet’s name written on the back.
I received a creative email from my friend, Terri O’Brien, the other day. Terri and her husband Tim are the owners of Alphabet Soup in downtown Wake Forest. Alphabet Soup carries educational supplies for teachers and home schooling families as well as great choices of children toys, puzzles and games to stimulate growing minds. Her message was simple, shop “outside the box” …the big box that is! In this email she was encouraging her customers to do their shopping in downtown Wake Forest and support the small and family owned businesses of our downtown. This allows, she points out, more fun, less hassle and a great shopping experience and more unique gifts to choose from than you are likely to find anywhere else. Continue reading →