Where to Buy Would Works Products this Holiday Season

by Lee Buchanan November 17, 2020 in Partnerships

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Our Workshop is still closed due to Covid-19 precautions, but some of our most popular products are still available this Holiday Season through various of our impactful partner vendors.  See where to buy below. 

 

The Charcuterie Board: Available for purchase at Gifts for Good and Village Well 

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The Everyday Board: Available for purchase at Gifts for Good and Village Well  

wood chopping board, made in LA, would Works

The Cocktail Board:Available for purchase at Barrio.La,  Gifts for Good and Village Well 

cocktail cutting board, made in LA, barrista

Cedar Soap Dish: Available for purchase at Village Well  and LA County Store

wood soap dish, made in la, would works





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