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Displaying Custom Made Hula Hoops by Janelle Hughes

Janelle is founder of Hoop Love. The Happy Hippy carries a full line of Hoop Love hula hoops including small size, standard size, fitness size, and collapsible hoops. They are made with quality materials that make them durable. Hoop Love also runs an etsy shop as well as offering private lessons and kids parties. Come in and see what all the fuss is about!

Displaying Tye Dye T-Shirts by Erin Doble

Erin is a senior at Pinkerton Academy in Derry, NH. She fell in love with making tie dye shirts and macrame jewelry last year and she hasn't stopped crafting since! This fall she’ll be headed off to film school and she will continue to make fun and cute tie dye shirts for all to enjoy!

Erin sells her tie dyed shirts here at The Happy Hippy. She sells her wears in her etsy store, as well.

Displaying Wind Charms by Colby Lynch

Displaying Boho Bracelets by Marcia Laramy

Marcia started beading for family and friends 15 years ago. A few years ago she started doing craft fairs and other local events while working full time. Eventually, she knew she wanted to work at home. So you guessed it, Marcia now beads jewelry and accessories almost every day and plays with her two dogs; Mercedes and Gizmo. Gizmo is the old guy and he loves to take his nap under the table while she's stringing beads. Mercedes is young, bold and full of energy so they make sure to take time to go out and smell the roses or, at least, throw the Frisbee.

Marcia says, "Every morning I wake up and say I'm the luckiest lady in the world. That's what happens when you have a passion for what you do."

Marcia sells her Boho Style bracelets at The Happy Hippy. She also has an etsy store.

Displaying Exotic Wood Pipes by Josh Bulpet of Smoking Tree

Smoking Tree is out of Wakefield, NH. Each of these pipes are hand made out of exotic woods.

Displaying Handmade Jewelry by Patty Roy

Patty grew up on the north shore of Long Island New York with great artisan shops. Those shops were her inspiration for making jewelry. She enjoys starting with raw material and turn it into something someone will wear. She loves seeing the reaction on a customer's face as they purchase of piece of her jewelry. She thinks to herself that she brought happiness to someone!

Displaying various handmade items by James and Angela Overman

James and Angela reside in Southern New Hampshire with their two dogs and four frogs. They have a full woodworking shop and enjoy making various wood pieces. Most of the pieces they make are made from wood that was harvested right here in New Hampshire. Currently The Happy Hippy carries spurtles, dough paddles, wands, and wood bowls displayed in our store. Angela also enjoys sewing and crocheting. Angela crocheted about 20 winter hats last year and sold them all! She is making more now for next year.

Displaying Tye Dye by RavensGawk Tie Dye

The Happy Hippy carries tie dye by RavensGawk Tie Dye. These short sleeve shirts are top quality, as is the dye used to make them. Shirts range in size from adult small to 3XL. We also carry a limited supply of premium long sleeve shirts.

RavensGawk also makes beautiful dream catchers which The Happy Hippy carries.

Displaying Jewelry by Serenity Stonez

Marianne Rotondi is the founder of SerenityStonez. Her unique bohemian inspired bracelets all feature genuine gemstones, which encompass metaphysical healing properties. She started out making jewelry for friends and family as a hobby, while attending The Elizabeth Grady school of massage therapy in 2011. It quickly became an obsession and passion, and brings her great joy and peace. She is the proud mommy of a little boy, which occupies most of her time. Marianne grew up in Winchester MA where she is a graduate of WHS class of 2003. As she always says, "keep your wrists and heels stacked high." You can find more of her pieces on her etsy site and follow her boho-chic Instagram page @SerenityStonez.