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Erica Currie
207-649-9764
Albion
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Pauline Grenier
207-346-3031
Minot
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Mark Guido
207-505-0631
Montville
MAINE MADE STUFF.COM
Deborah Mitchell
Soy and Paraffin candles, jars, tart melts and votives; the best you will ever have.

Candles made with Maine hands in the Appalachian Mountains of Lexington Township, Maine. I hand pour one, two, three and four wicked candles both Soy and Paraffin. Ask anyone that has tried them, these candles are the best you can have throwing the scent to every room of your home, and burning the cleanest you have ever seen.

207-628-3160
Lexington TWP
David Wacker
207-588-0657
Pittston
ON THE TABLE COASTERS
Vera Wainwright / Ashley Wainwright
Coasters and trivets featuring maps and images from around the world!

Functional and affordable coasters and trivets, sealed for use with hot or cold and finished with a felt bottom. We offer an expansive selection of maps including nautical charts and vintage that cover all corners of the world. Photos, images and graphics are unique and vibrant. Custom orders are welcome – wedding sets, race bibs, family photos and maps of meaningful locations make great gifts!

207-671-8288
Windham
Alana Hutchins
207-930-9424
Swanville
Bill Zelman
207-831-6448
South Portland
All Sales Are Vinyl
Cindy Neprash
After visiting South African schools on a Universal Promise volunteer trip and observing the absence of clean water, we embarked on a mission. We create and sell one-of-a-kind, oversized flowers, wall-hangings, and centerpieces made from recycled vinyl records. We use the proceeds to fund green systems that collect, filter, purify, and disburse rainwater for drinking, cooking, hygiene, plumbing, and more. Our mission is to ensure that others enjoy what many take for granted.

As part of a milestone birthday celebration, in 2014 we traveled to South Africa to learn more about nonprofit Universal Promise and its efforts at Vusumzi Primary School. During our warm and welcoming visit, we soon learned that the school did not yet have a constant supply of clean water. We partnered with UP to make clean water our top priority and began creating vinyl flowers from recycled record albums and selling the one-of-a-kind products to hundreds of customers. In a handful of months, our generous supporters raised the funds to install a water collection, purification, and filtration system that serves 750 children. That was just the beginning. All Sales Are Vinyl uses two sizes of records (33s and 45s), which we heat, mold, and paint with an interior-exterior paint. Decorated centers are designed from recycled materials, and the flowers are fastened with rust-resistant hardware on a sturdy garden stake. These hardy, whimsical creations thrive in all weather conditions.

207-841-5504
Durham
Susan Hamill
Union