Cape Cod Nail Company started as a mobile nail salon founded by Sarah Mason in 2016. Sarah is a Cape Cod local continually inspired by the beauty, quirks, and fulfillment of living and loving on Cape Cod. She wanted to share this in a fun and unique way that would continue to build the Cape Cod Nail Co. brand. With a little inspiration from family, friends, and our loyal followers, Cape Cod Nail Co. Polish was created!LEARN MORE
Inspired by her love of reading, her fondness of the sea, and the world as seen by her son, jewelry artist Elisa Sullivan created Swirls Jewelry. She shapes sterling silver to create jewelry that stands apart. Her necklaces, earrings, and bracelets often feature special quotes or phrases that are hand-stamped in silver to create little works of art with special meaning to those who wear them. Elisa incorporates different styles, hand crafted methods and unusual gemstones to create a complementary mix of natural and modern pieces.LEARN MORE
Cape Cod, Homemade Cookies To-Go are artisan, small batch cookies baked fresh daily in South Yarmouth, Cape Cod. Ken Peterson, Owner and Head Baker, now oversees the current operation started by his late wife Janice. With Janice’s passing in 2012, the staff and Ken buckled down during a very difficult period and continued on with the quality and perfection that Janice baked into every cookie. They continue to make her proud. Cape Cod Cookies To Go is committed to maintaining and continuing the small batch homemade taste that makes their cookies so popular.LEARN MORE
Home of the custom canvas golf club cover, Golf Cape Cod was started in 2018 by Wayne and Erica. She was born and raised in Falmouth and Wayne is a converted summer child from Concord who used enjoy vacations in Dennis and Yarmouth. Wayne started golfing at about 8 years old at Blue Rock in Yarmouth and hasn’t stopped since. With 41 courses on the Cape they saw an opportunity to make custom handmade golf products on Cape Cod,LEARN MORE
There is so much beauty all around Cape Cod, from the picturesque landscapes to the simple elegance of everyday objects. With her canvas, brush, and palette of paints, Chris Banks tries to capture it all. For more than 40 years, she has been both a student and teacher in oil, acrylic and watercolor As a teacher in both adult education and private classes she also shares her knowledge and love of art with others. Chris also serves as President of the Guild of Harwich Artists and Director of Art in the Park, where guild artists display their works for sale each Monday in July and August at Doane Park in Harwich Port.LEARN MORE
To live by the sea beach and make pottery is a dream come true for Jeanmarie Oclair. Recently celebrating a 20th anniversary, Bass River Pottery started with a small empty building, a few bags of clay and a wheel. Since then, it has become home of the original Mermaid Mug and Sea Shell Earring bowls, grown to making a few hundred coffee mugs a year, and handmade tiles, many of which are showcased in homes throughout the Cape. The pottery is influenced by the ocean and life that surrounds Cape Cod.LEARN MORE
Throughout the years of their marriage, Carol Malaquias came to realize that no one had a more interesting or romantic childhood than did her husband. Over after-dinner brie and the last dregs of the cabernet, he would wax nostalgic and regale her with tales of his growing up in Provincetown (P’Town), MA. The insulated nature of any small town in the 1950s and '60s naturally forged a closeness of community. But the trifecta of the Portuguese fishermen, the artists, and the New York visitors converging on what was fondly known as P'town made for a unique life at the sandy tip of the Cape Cod peninsula.LEARN MORE
Carolyn Ferrell is the owner and designer behind Graceful Fire. Her love of crafts began at an early age. She explored sewing, photography, quilting, and polymer clay. In the early 00's she became obsessed with lampworking after taking a beginners class. In addition to lampworking, she also paints, creates glass jewelry and beads. Carolyn believes that artistic expression, whether in the kitchen, in a garden or in an art studio, is an intrinsic part of each person’s soul. Love of, and the desire to be exposed to, beauty is not only a human longing, but it is very humanizing.LEARN MORE
As a holiday tradition over many years Robin prepared toffee from an old family recipe for family and friends. She enjoyed making it as much as everyone looked forward to receiving it.
In 2014, Robin's Toffee by the Sea was established. Her toffee is made from the finest ingredients and in small batches only. She is enjoying coastal community living and following her dream.
Enjoy and share!LEARN MORE
A Local couple raised here on Cape Cod, Brian and Jen are trying to keep the love of the Cape alive, youthful and beautiful through their jewelry line Cape Hook Designs and clothing line, Tangled Up in Blues. With their love of the Cape and the ocean in their blood, they share a piece of the Cape with their signature “Cape Hook” design as a reminder of Cape Cod.LEARN MORE
P.B. Ink Design is a custom art and design company creating custom artwork, illustrations and design with a particular specialty in stone design of all types and sizes.
Patrick Boufford and his fiancée, Denise Parent, are both local artists and long time residents of Cape Cod. They not only have a love for each other, but also for beautiful Cape Cod, nature and the arts.LEARN MORE
Beautiful handmade soaps, formulated with love and care. We are Wash Ashores but our daughter was born right here on Cape Cod. Our soaps are made in small batches with the best local ingredients we can find. A treat for your skin, that smells so good, you'll want to eat them! But please don't.LEARN MORE
In 1992 Susan Bierig developed an original recipe using a blend of walnuts, cranberries and spices. At first, she gave samples as Christmas gifts to family and friends who then shared the treat with others. Soon she was getting requests from people she had never met for, “that walnut cranberry treat.”
Today, Wicked Walnuts can be found in local stores and online. Baked, spiced, sweet and salty, each batch is hand-made to order on Cape Cod.LEARN MORE
Who walks into Home Depot and thinks, "My kind of jewelry"! The answer is Lindsay. If you know Lindsay, she's a jeans and t-shirt kind of girl. She loves jewelry, but definitely a style that fits her personality. . These pendants are made from a stainless steel washer that is usually found next to the nuts and bolts.
Her idea began while sitting on the couch recovering from back surgery. She was looking for something to do to keep busy, and needed to be able to create on a small scale. In 2016, she and Jenn decided to start Washershore to bring their passion of creating unique and beautifully designed pieces to the surface.
Make a statement. Hardware it!LEARN MORE
At Cape Cod Coffee, great coffee is our passion. We believe drinking coffee should be an enjoyable experience, one that you look forward to each day. This is why we are focused on quality throughout the entire process from bean to cup. We take considerable care in selecting the highest quality coffee beans and tailoring each of our roasts to bring out the best aspects of our coffees.LEARN MORE
We carefully handcraft our chocolate in small batches from fine-flavor, sustainably grown cacao beans at our workshop on Cape Cod. We believe in promoting sustainable agriculture and our direct trade relationships with producers ensure that our supply chain is ethical and environmentally sound. Blending high quality cacao with the purest ingredients available, we create chocolate that is both exceptional in taste and wholesomely decadent.LEARN MORE
Sea glass is made by the ocean tumbling it thirty to forty years or more to make a single piece. Some people call it mermaids' tears, Judy Lacava's jewelry is the ocean's mirror, She collects sea glass, shells and stones from all over the Cape that have washed ashore and creates one of a kind pieces to showcase their beauty.LEARN MORE
Cathy is a photographer and lover of nature influenced by the beauty here on Cape Cod. Her cards are all original made with tender care and deep thought about the kindred spirits that may give and receive each one. She has a special long-time romance with flowers, especially “Love in the Mist”. If you receive one of Cathy’s cards, she loves to hear what you think about their blossoms. Her photo card collections also feature sunrises and sunsets of local beaches and the treasures found there – heart rocks, shells and more.LEARN MORE
Madeline "Maddie" Ahrensfeld of M.A.Designs is a self taught artist who began her love of art at an early age, creating heart pictures with permanent markers in vibrant colors. What started as custom birthday cards for her friends and family soon blossomed in to her M.A. Designs - bright graphics, fun patterns, custom "kicks" (painted sneakers") and original paintings. Reciprocity of Harwichport was created to give Maddie an opportunity to share her work and also to give back to those who helped her along the way. She loves all the media she works with but her true love remains in the "Heart Art" she creates for her note cards and one of a kind cards.LEARN MORE
From our kitchen to yours. Jelly, marmalade, chutney, homemade cranberry preserves. Our story begins in 1995 at our children's playgroup where we became instant friends and soon to follow, great business partners. Our journey has been an interesting one.LEARN MORE
Nancy Walton is passionate about all things Cape Cod. She spent every vacation and summer there growing up. Then in 2004, she and her husband purchased their dream beach house. Now they enjoy the beauty of Cape Cod all year round.
Nancy’s love of jewelry design began when she was a little girl who spent endless hours scouring Red River beach in Harwich for just that perfect shell to string on a kite cord to make a one-of-a -kind necklace. After years of designing and creating jewelry for herself, family and friends, she created NSW Jewelry Designs.
Cape Cod Cutlery is a homegrown Cape Cod business. We specialize in producing the finest in nautical, historic and modern knives as well as kitchen cutlery. Each of our knives is individually handmade, making them unique works of art as well as functional tools.LEARN MORE
Sabrina Ewing, a lifelong Cape resident, and Heather Swett, a South Shore transplant have a shared commitment to keeping their families healthy without adding in any junk. After reading through countless product and ingredient labels, Sabrina and Heather individually realized how difficult it had become to avoid the array of toxic chemicals that exist within everyday items - so they turned to making products on their own. From there, Cape Cod Home Remedies was born.
Cape Cod Home Remedies, striving to bring you natural and safe home remedies.LEARN MORE
We began with the Original Cape Cod Pearl Choker. We wanted a simple design that reflects the Cape's natural beauty and luminous light.
We are artisans on Cape Cod. Each piece of jewelry and artwork are made at our West Barnstable Farm off Route 6A. Makers are inspired by the local beauty and adventures as beachgoers, lifeguards, paddle boarders, swimmers, and sailors.LEARN MORE
Heather always loved to create and have her hands in art projects. When she was a kid, she created paper items to sell to her family out of her room, complete with elevator music playing in the background. As a mom, she can usually be found creating with her kids with glue, glitter with a grin on her face.
Photography was the source of her creativity, however, it was a pivotal moment when she received a candle as a gift. It reminded her how much she has always loved candles. Hence, the flame was lit, her next step was illuminated, and The Happy Lotus was born.LEARN MORE
Cape Clasp was founded in 2013. We created a bracelet shaped like Cape Cod and developed a non-profit partnership model with the Cape Cod National Seashore. Today, Cape Clasp is a purpose-driven brand with a mission to #makewaves for marine life causes. For each of our designs, we partner with a different marine life organization and donate 15% of our profits.LEARN MORE
We are pleased to offer you unique wooden sunglasses created with exceptional craftsmanship and the finest materials. We promise to deliver you premium eco-friendly eyewear with a purpose. Each pair is engraved with an inspirational quote to help motivate you to keep going through all life's challenges. Our company was founded by overcoming obstacles and we want to spread that same message to our supporters. In addition, we are very excited to be partnered with One Tree Planted to help give back to reforestation efforts throughout the globe. Each product sold plants one tree. We hope you will join the SLYK family and help spread positivity!LEARN MORE
Tied to the Cape! It all started when CEO/Founder Connor Cummings was working for his previous employer and his tie became stuck in a conveyer belt. Luckily, he was able to shut it off before it dragged him into a dangerous situation. This incident caused him to toss the traditional neck tie and started wearing bowties to work. Unimpressed with the drab and expensive bowties offered on Cape Cod, he decided to learn how to sew and create his own bowties, They were an instant hit and he has now expanded to include belts, key chains, dog collars and leashes. It is his passion to create bowties that reflect Cape Cod so that a piece of paradise can always be close by.LEARN MORE
A local native, Marcus Hendricks’ bloodlines pre-date the Pilgrims. He is an avid outdoorsman and creates handmade Wampum jewelry in the style of his Native Wampanoag heritage. The Wampum is made from a Quahog or hard-shell clam. Each piece is unique and naturally show what the ocean has to offer. He makes sure nothing goes to waste, using 100% of the Quahog meat to make his stuffed Quahogs using a recipe that stems from his Wampanoag and Nipmuc ancestors. Marcus participates in many Pow Wows and believes in preserving his Native American culture. There is a long history and extensive culture behind the well-known Wampanoag Shells.
"Preserving traditional ways
and our cultural authentic lifestyle."LEARN MORE
Thomas Bollinger creates mixed media artworks, photos, & film. With the use of original & appropriated materials which are borrowed from modern and ancient cultures and mixed with historical references literature, visual works and design elements. This genre of iconography creates a visual form of storytelling that plays with the past, present and future in a whimsically interpretive way. Thomas enjoys his Cape Cod home in Cotuit when he is not traversing the globe on other assignments.
Jamie and Grant Laliberte, longtime residents on Cape Cod, discovered their sea captains’ "treasure" by chance when a simple design for a small gift project took the Cape by storm. Grant, a master craftsman, created the basic Cape Cod Whale signature design. Later, the Cape Cod Whale signature design evolved from the basic whale shape to the contour of Cape Cod during a family dinner when conversation revealed that the whale resembled the outline of Cape Cod if the Islands were included.LEARN MORE
Jordan Ayres grew up with her feet damp and hair salty from practically living at First Encounter Beach in Eastham. Eastham Stamp was born after Jordan found her love for jewelry-making early in 2018. She decided to focus her pieces specifically made for Cape Codders and the people who love this little island as much as she does. Eastham Stamp strives to bring locals, washashores, and tourists together with their love for all things Cape Cod.LEARN MORE
A Little Taste of Cape Cod is a small, illustrated cookbook featuring the classic neighborhood dishes of Cape Cod. Acting as both cookbook and guidebook, A Taste of Cape Cod offers readers recipes for signature dishes celebrating the flavors of everyone's favorite cape.
Exploring the sweet and savory dishes of Cape Cod has never been easier. This exquisitely prepared guide through the classical and modern flavors of this prime beach territory will take you on an adventure that will surely become a memorable exploration of Cape Cod's food and history.LEARN MORE
Lauren DiFerdinando is known for her paintings involving glass and water. Her work has been featured in galleries in Nantucket and Chatham, MA; Newport, RI; Stone Harbor, NJ; and Stuart, FL.
Photographer, fisherman and woodworker, Luther Bates grew up in Chatham, MA fishing, boating, playing hockey, and devising inventive ways to enjoy life on Cape Cod. Luther currently captains the F/V Singularity, longlining alone for Spiny Dogfish off Chatham. Luther has original paintings and limited-edition photography.
Both Lauren and Luther's collection of original pieces can be found in their gallery, The Nines Gallery in Harwichport, MA.LEARN MORE
Matthew and Kristen are “washashores” and have been making crochet items for years, including beautiful hats, scarves and ear warmers, as well with adorable feltie designs. Inspired by their love of Cape Cod and their sweet children.LEARN MORE
When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade. In Chef Doug's case, you make marinara sauce. In the spring of 2014, Chef Doug sustained a horrific injury and was left with a permanent disability and nerve damage to his left leg. As the spring turned to summer, Chef Doug turned to what he loves most...cooking.
With the support of his wife, Ally, and his two beautiful children, Axel and Ashley, Chef Doug made a decision to use them as inspiration and create his classic marinara sauce to sell on Cape Cod. He struggled with a brace and crutches all summer long, but Chef Doug was able to make and jar his famous sauce and sell it at local farmers markets. Foss Sauce has now developed quite a following on Cape Cod.LEARN MORE
Whether you like walking on the beach, sightseeing by bicycle, flying a kite, watching a ball game, shopping for antiques, visiting an art gallery, kayaking in a marsh, collecting seashells, eating fried clams, savoring an ice cream cone, or simply enjoying a sunset you will find Letters from the Cape® to capture your heart!
We feature our Cape Cod letter photography in authentic, recycled, rustic barnwood frames, with their own unique charm, and no two are alike... Made in the USA!LEARN MORE
The Garden Club of Brewster is a nonprofit organization whose goals are to stimulate the love for, and knowledge of gardening, to promote the protection of natural beauty and wildlife of the community, to cooperate with town agencies in beautifying the roadsides and other public places in Brewster and to foster respect for the ecology of our environment.
This is the second edition of the cookbook compiled by the cookbook committee from recipes submitted by Garden Club members which includes new recipes and old favorites. The cover was designed by the late Joan Paine, a beloved leader and extraordinary gardener in Brewster.LEARN MORE
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