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Join us Saturday December 1st from 10am to 6pm for a unique shopping experience featuring local artisans who truly work magic with their craft.

Folkloracle will be hosting tarot readings - online booking coming soon!

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Knot Witch

Macrame art, inspired by our ancestral heritage and all things witchy. Handcrafted in small batches using natural materials. Every Knot Witch piece is tied up with good intentions and positive vibes.

“I firmly believe that objects contain the energy & intentions with which they are made, so in crafting each piece I prepare a calm, meditative atmosphere in my studio. My heart is full of love and gratitude for the craft, for the inspiration the muses provide, for my hands & mind which channel & execute the ideas. I want my pieces to bring positive, comforting energy to their new homes.“

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Cielo Goods

CIELO means “the heavens”.

Monica Berry is the owner and designer of CIELO, a line of heavenly self-care products.

Moon Warmers (neck wraps) and Moon Pillows (eye pillows) are cold weather essentials! They are great for relief from headaches, sore muscles, anxiety/stress, cold offices, and much more. Pop one in the microwave or chill in freezer for hot or cold therapy. Each Moon Warmer and Moon Pillow is made in Iowa with 100% cotton canvas or flannel and filled with pure flax seeds, chamomile flowers, lavender and peppermint.

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Wild Rose Apothecary

Kitchen Witches and Clinical Folk Herbalists creating nature-based products made in the Iowa City area. We practice ethical herbcrafting, organically cultivating many of the herbs we use and harvesting or buying herbs locally.

A wide selection of herbal remedies, healing salves, potent tinctures, and elemental self care products, Wild Rose Apothecary is on a mission to have you looking and feeling your very best. Beauty may be only skin deep, which is why each ingredient is carefully chosen and sourced for its medicinal and magical properties.

Artfully Crafted

We love what we do, and we take pride in doing things the right way. It takes time, practice, artistry, and a touch of magic.

It is a rare thing to get exactly what you want, so cherish the experience.

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Open By Appointment 

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We have been so overwhelmed by demand for locally handcrafted ethical fine jewelry - thank you for your support!! From here on, we will be open by appointment only, so send us a message if you would like to drop in for a visit.

Matilda Blair and I will be hunkered down in the studio, working hard to get every detail just so. If you need a jewelry fix, be sure to follow us on instagram @over.the.m00n (the o’s in moon are zeros) or facebook.

Upcoming shop-portunities:

Iowa City Holiday Farmers Markets: Nov 17 and Dec 8

Hand + Hearth Yuletide Artisan Market, December 1st, 10—6pm at our very own studio!

Ready to make an appointment? Scroll down just a tad here and find this handy dandy form! Let's do this!

It's a Date

We want to meet you and make your jewelry dreams come true!

Time is precious, and so are your priceless heirlooms. Please take a moment to schedule your visit, we appreciate being able to give you our undivided attention. 

Use the form below, or just send us an email. More is more, so give us all the information you can so we can best assess your needs.

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 Kelly and Matilda, March 2018, photo taken by Julie of Caveworks Press

Kelly and Matilda, March 2018, photo taken by Julie of Caveworks Press

My name is Kelly Kinser, and I have a Jewelry Making and Repair Certificate from the North Bennet Street School in Boston, MA. I specialize in goldsmithing, custom jewelry, and repair and restoration. Jewelry is my passion, and I love to hear stories about your treasures! We will discuss the best options to get you what you want within your budget. I can't give you an estimate without a lot of background - every job is just that different! Feel free to contact me with all the info you can give if you can't make it into the shop but would like to get some personal jewel attention. 

Hi there!

Kelly here, your friendly neighborhood jeweler with Matilda, #1 fur intern, and we are ready to make your jewelry dreams come true! We can fix it, change it, melt it, restore it, after all, our motto is "No Job Too Small." 

Do you have jewelry you want repaired or replaced? Go ahead and make an appointment to bring it in, here is a link to an handy dandy form to get you started> click me!

In stock you will find professionally handcrafted jewelry in sterling silver, gold, and gemstones. We also carry contemporary art jewelry, handwoven rugs raised, dyed, spun, and woven right here in Iowa, and an array of handcrafted functional art from talented local artisans. You can find items for less than $30 and more than $3000, and everything is made by hand, with love. Our artists each make their own work, and are as skilled designers and they are craftspeople and ethical entrepreneurs.

 

From our hands to yours

At Over the Moon Studio, we want you to fall in love with the objects that adorn your life. When you visit our little shop, you will find a curated collection of beautiful and useful objects, made by artists who specialize in traditional crafts, designing and creating their goods by hand. These works of art are aesthetic achievements, feats of engineering, crafted with refined skill and sensitivity, bearing evidence of the artist's touch. 

 

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Artists and Artisans

 
 
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GrandMarie Jewelry

Kelly Marie is the artist behind GrandMarie jewelry. A professionally trained goldsmith with a degree in fine arts, Kelly enjoys the aesthetic and engineering challenges of making jewelry and it is her lifelong dream to master the craft.

GrandMarie expands the possibilities of fine jewelry, specializing in one of a kind handmade objects. When a connection is established between the artist and the client, this intimacy transforms the process into a kind of portraiture. There are no limitations to creating a jewel. Gold, platinum, silver, copper, brass, steel, tin, clay, paper, leaves, insects, shells, silk, glass, gemstones, diamonds, and fossils have all been incorporated into artworks.


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Dirty Face Creek Farm

Enjoy these 100% natural wool, mohair, and llama fleece rugs from the animals of Dirty Face Creek Farm. The earthen hues come from the pure colors of each animal, with the occasional additions of all natural dyes. "My animals are raised organically with love and care, and I do all of the fiber processing on the farm. I wash, skirt, and card the fleece by hand, and spin my rug weft to highlight the natural textures of the original fleece. Each rug I weave is as unique as the individual animals from which it came." Artist Jessica Stutsman truly begins from scratch with these weavings and her skill and craftswomanship extends beyond the visual into every facet of running her farm and caring for her family. 


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Colleen E Matthews Jewelry

Colleen E. Matthews is a New England based artist. She has studied at The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; The AKI School of Art, Enschede, The Netherlands; and North Bennet Street School, Boston.  She currently resides in Boston and has a studio where she focuses on designing and creating custom jewelry and performing repairs.


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Phetteplace Studio

Sarah Phetteplace was drawn to jewelry making at a young age, and she studied philosophy, journalism, and creative writing in college before returning to her love of stone and metal. Completing the North Bennet Street School's rigorous bench jewelers' apprenticeship program, Sarah is formally trained in classical goldsmithing technique and theory.

Sarah infuses pieces with geometric form inspired by architecture, science, and material. Her work explores properties of light and kinetic energy, or may simply showcase a beautiful gem. Currently she lives in New York City, where she does studio fabrication work for a fine jewelry atelier as well as focusing on her own designs. She is an avid hiker, rockhound and gem nut, amateur photographer, and doting cat owner.


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