It’s a little gem store.
And it’s been in this tiny town since it opened in 2013.
So when the owner of this small store decided to open a store in Brooklyn, she didn’t even know what town she was in.
“I thought it would be fun to open in New York City,” said owner Lisa Schmitt, who grew up in the town of Staunton, Virginia.
“But I wasn’t sure how it would work.”
Now, she’s a self-proclaimed “totally different” brand.
Her stores, which sell jewelry, fashion and other handmade goods, have opened in more than 100 cities around the world.
“We’re just trying to do something new,” Schmitt said.
“We’re doing it in a way that’s fun.”
For a small, family-owned business, Staunston has grown into a regional brand that is attracting a loyal following of local residents.
It was even the inspiration for the “Star Wars” franchise.
The store, located in a converted garage, sells the products of handmade jewelry and handmade crafts, including jewelry and craft supplies from the company.
The store also offers a wide selection of handmade clothing, shoes, jewelry and accessories.
“It’s just been a really unique way to make a living and sell handmade goods,” said Staunson’s owner, Lisa Schmit.
“And to sell it in the nicest way.”
“I think I was a little hesitant to start selling handmade products,” said Lisa Schmetts mother, Mary.
“I just felt like, ‘I can’t just take this one thing I do and start selling it.'”
I’m very grateful for that, and it’s the way I grew up.
It kind of gives me a little bit of a break.
“The family started selling handmade items, mostly jewelry and crafts, when Schmitt was a child.
Her mother made jewelry out of the pieces she gathered from her mother’s sewing machine and other scraps, and the business grew from there.”
When Mary was in middle school, she was visiting her mother and grandmother who lived nearby and noticed a handmade sign hanging outside the business.””
It was really a hobby for her, and she started selling it in stores and doing shows.”
When Mary was in middle school, she was visiting her mother and grandmother who lived nearby and noticed a handmade sign hanging outside the business.
“That was the beginning of the company,” said Schmitt.
She decided to expand the business to have a store on the street and a few more stores in her hometown, and started the first store in New Jersey in 1979.
Since then, the company has grown to include more than 150 stores across the country, including two in St. Louis, Missouri.
The family has grown its business to include a full-service restaurant, a grocery store and a store that sells crafts and other crafts.
But the business has also grown beyond its roots.
“As we grew, we started thinking about opening a store, and we thought it was just a small business and we could get a lot of money,” said Linda Schmit of the family business.
“So we bought the building.
And then we thought, ‘Oh, we can do a whole store.'”
That started the family to take a more entrepreneurial approach.
Now, Schmitt has opened a third store in the Stauntons hometown, in Brooklyn.
“The idea was to get a little more exposure for our company, and so we started going to the movies, and seeing what we can get,” said the mother.
Schmitt has been in the jewelry business since she was 7 years old, and in her spare time, she creates her own jewelry.
She says it’s a hobby, but she is also a certified artisanal craft-maker, which means she is trained in the craft.
“If you look at our jewelry, we make jewelry for other people.
So it’s something we have to earn,” she said.”
So I do the work, and I sell it.
And my customers are my customers.”
In the store, Schmit makes jewelry out on the spot, and customers buy her handmade goods for a fee.
“You can pay for it with credit card, debit card or PayPal,” she explained.
“Most of my customers aren’t going to be able to afford it.
But it’s so much fun for me.
And I really enjoy it,” she added.”
When I go out shopping, I think about it in that little moment of getting a little piece of my heart out of me, or getting a piece of a little of myself out of it.”
Schmitt says her customers are loyal, and they want to buy their products, too.
“Sometimes it’s like, I want to be honest and say, ‘It’s my dream to have customers in my store,'” she said, laughing.
“And I’ll say, I