When Kasey Hope opened P'zazz Art Studio, the former school teacher wanted to give kids a place to express their creativity after school. Her adept instruction on different mediums and techniques soon prompted parents to inquire about adult lessons. Six years later, she opens her studio doors six days a week and teaches classes to both kids and grown-ups.
Chain Reaction's fully trained technicians groom the weathered gears of rundown road steeds, pampering them with high-quality greases, lubes, and polishes for further asphalt adventures and blazings of bike trails. The bicycle tune-up employs a meticulous 12-point check system to revitalize cycles' bodies and spirits, making them feel young enough to pop wheelies in front of 1870s penny-farthings. Boastful bicyclists and jealous unicyclists can tread over to the sidebar for a full list of services included with the tune-up. This deal isn't valid for additional bike parts.
8 Bit College screen-prints retro-style T-shirts with pixilated designs inspired by the classic 8-bit football game, Tecmo Bowl. College-football fans can pledge allegiance for both nostalgia and their favorite teams with images and shirts printed in popular school colors. Designs feature pixilated runners in action, football helmets, and diagrams of plays from the game. 8-Bit College pledges 10% of all sales to charities, which often have a regional connection with each shirt's design.
Painted Pink bedecks bewitching beauties in designer collections by Tibi, Trina Turk, Leona, Michael Stars, Milly, and more, with au courant accoutrements arriving frequently. Confidently blaze bright in any collection line item ($150+ for tops, $175+ for dresses), or stagger spectators in a variety of weekend wear ($35+ for tops, $72+ for dresses). Stay stylish with a broad range of jewelry to bedeck your body ($10-$60). Painted Pink's extended awning, complete with pink-tied drapery, thoughtfully dresses up the sidewalk to prevent concrete slabs from feeling inadequate beneath dolled-up shoppers.
Since opening its doors in the Montgomery Mall way back in July of 1970, Candle Cabin has soothed Alabama with the alluring aromas of its name-brand stock. Now part of the Peppertree Shopping Center, the store carries votive and decorative candles alike from makers like SnootyToot, Votivo, and original art by Ruthie Carlson. Candles aside, everything from cookbooks and jewelry to Auburn and Alabama collegiate gear line the shelves. The Candles Cabin team even gift-wraps any item for free, which saves customers the hassle of foraging for seaweed to wrap their gift in.
Curating a colorful and stylish clothing inventory, the three friends behind Hue Studio and Welle Studio aim to marry fashion, function, and comfort?all to the benefit of local ladies. The chic, airy interior of the store is home to rails hung with colorful printed dresses, tops, and pants, as well as a wide range of accessories.