Homer Hoyt founded the glass-arts school Glasscraft in 1970, the same year he penned the book Glassblowing: An Introduction to Solid and Blown Glass Sculpturing. Both creations have aged well: his book remains in print, and his school, staffed by qualified instructors who teach the intricate art of molding glass, continues to thrive. Inside safe, clean studios, students learn to decorate the surface of beads with swirls of color and create sculptures with solid insides perfect for concealing genies from jealous family members. Guest artists often visit the school to lead workshops centered around their specialization.
Melt Bath & Skincare Online Boutique's toiletry artisans handcraft each of their skin-smoothing lotions, creating silky creams and oils, exfoliating scrubs, and wholesome cleansers that enrich the body and spirit. Customers celebrate the connection between smell and memory as they enter Melt's fragrant emporium of tinctures and tonics, which conjure recollections of fluffy birthday cakes with vanilla-tinged soaps or forgotten dreams of a career in beekeeping with the floral-scented sugar scrub. Samples of the shop's sweet-smelling wares abound, helping customers match themselves with an appropriate moisturizing brew or exotic olfactory blend.
Davey Jones Fireworks Superstore enhances any celebration with a symphony of light and sound. Since 1977, the shops has helped guests create pyrotechnic displays with their large selection of fountains, sparklers, and firework novelties. Their stock suits all ages and occasions, from the wedding confetti poppers that sprinkle the bride to assortments specially designed for kid's. For larger displays, staff can explain the difference between fountains, cones, and setting your oven on fire with forgotten cookies.
In a reflection of how easy it is to make a quick jaunt of I–70 on the way to the Colorado ski resorts, the staff at Exit 240 Ski Shop puts convenience first. In doing so, it supplies clients with four levels of ski and snowboard rentals, along with waxing and tuning services, so customers are ready to hit the slopes as soon as they arrive. While they are fitted for boots, they can chat with the staff about the latest snow reports while sipping selections from a full espresso bar.
Inspired by nature and a more environmentally friendly life, combined with my passion and experience for jewelry making. I created a line of earth friendly jewelry and accessories. Made of sustainable materials, I integrate organic shapes with modern design to create unique and one of a kind pieces.
Nestled in the consecrated, carbonated halls of the Coors Brewery, a gift shop brims with clothes and memorabilia emblazoned with the logos of the company's various brews. Four-packs of 16-ounce Blue Moon pilsner glasses ($23) act as attractive perches for orange slices, whereas a Can o' Tools ($14) can be used to decoratively store practical necessities or trick a friend into drinking a socket wrench. Coors Banquet thermals ($24–$26) keep torsos warm during expeditions into the fridge, and Coors Light bottle jerseys ($4) protect hands from beer chills and clothe easily embarrassed bottles. Shoppers can also use this Groupon toward beer, including Herman Joseph's ($9.99 for a six pack), Colorado Native ($9.99 for a six pack), and a variety pack including Coors Light, Blue Moon, Molson, and more ($7.49 for a six pack).