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DIY Carnival Face Masks!

DIY Carnival Face Masks!

For sparkle AND safety, follow along this quick tutorial where we show you how to create a fun, lightweight, breathable cover for your N95 to keep you protected and stylish this carnival season! 
2021 Holiday Gift Guide

2021 Holiday Gift Guide

Feeling overwhelmed this holiday season? Fret not! We've put together a sweet lil' gift guide for you!
Our Revised Mission Statement

Our Revised Mission Statement

For a long time, we at the Glitter Box have been searching for a term that accurately describes the artists and makers whose work we sell and promote. We know... Read More
Shout Out Saturday: Kathleen Currie

Shout Out Saturday: Kathleen Currie

Shout Out Saturday is a series meant to highlight real and singular people of marginalized genders, in a variety of lines of work, both ‘known’ and unknown, from across the country.

Kathleen a perfumer, and own Smoke Perfume, a line of all-natural gender-free perfumes and other personal care products based in New Orleans. She's also a bodyworker, and has a small private practice specializing in craniosacral therapy and breathwork.

A Spooky Season Gift Guide

A Spooky Season Gift Guide

Sparkly treats for spooky season? Look no further!
Groups you can support in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida

Groups you can support in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida

Hurricane Ida hit Southeast Louisiana last Sunday, leaving many people in our region without electricity. Thankfully the Glitter Box space was spared any damages, but many others were not so lucky. Our friends in the River parishes and down the bayou need us. 

The following is a list of groups providing direct aid on the ground. It is NOT exhaustive but it’s a start.

Heading back to school? Here's a gift guide!

Heading back to school? Here's a gift guide!

School's back in session and whether it's in person, virtual, or a combination of the two, we've put together a list of goodies that students from middle school to those in their post-graduate studies will enjoy!
Shout Out Saturday: Raven Jones

Shout Out Saturday: Raven Jones

Shout Out Saturday is a series meant to highlight real and singular women and non-binary people, in a variety of lines of work, both ‘known’ and unknown, from across the country.

Raven Jones —also under the moniker birdburger is a former graphic designer turned full-time illustrator and burgeoning goodie maker. Originally a Shreveport native, she proudly dubs the magical city of New Orleans home!

The Birdburger Paper & Aesthetic Shoppe is her creative retail endeavor. Its intention is to fill a void in an over-saturated market by providing wonderfully idiosyncratic originals, bespoke paw-traits, branding, stationery, eclectic and home goodies as a Black woman artist…aaand maybe enchant some hearts along the way. wink.

Shout Out Saturday: Joan Jungbin Lee

Shout Out Saturday: Joan Jungbin Lee

Shout Out Saturday is a series meant to highlight real and singular women and non-binary people, in a variety of lines of work, both ‘known’ and unknown, from across the country.

Joan Jungbin Lee joined the Electric Girls team in Aug 2018 and stepped into her current Executive Director role during the fall of 2020. Joan started her STEM journey as a rambunctious kid that took random household items apart for fun and continued on to study biomedical engineering and research during high school and college. Joan has worn many hats: managing scholarships and registration for all EG programs, jumpstarting the Family Advisory Board, and learning alongside resilient and bright Electric Girls. Joan is excited to continue growing the Electric Girls community of lifelong learners and supporters.

Shout Out Saturday: Zoe Boekbinder

Shout Out Saturday: Zoe Boekbinder

Shout Out Saturday is a series meant to highlight real and singular women and non-binary people, in a variety of lines of work, both ‘known’ and unknown, from across the country.

Nomadic at heart and a creator at their core, Zoe Boekbinder (they/them) was born on a farm into a family of four children. While music wasn't very present in their upbringing, Boekbinder recalls some of their first memories as making up songs. For them, music is as natural and as necessary as breath, and the way they engage as an activist. Boekbinder was raised, in part, by their grandfather — a Holocaust survivor. Having survived the horrific, prejudiced violence of his past, he instilled in Boekbinder a deep belief in justice. Songwriting has become their resistance language.