Fern x Flow Soy Candles Now in Stores
We are beyond ecstatic to share that you can now find Fern x Flow's hand-poured, 100% soy wax candles at two different retail shops; The Hiccup, in Swampscott, MA, and Tin Bucket in Reading, MA!
The Hiccup is located at 158 Humphrey Street Swampscott, MA - right across the street from gorgeous ocean views.
Shop owner Lisa Boemer has an incredible collection of thoughtfully curated handmade and locally-made goods. Every item tells a story; our candles are just one of the stories you’ll find here.
As the warm weather is upon us, we invite you to check out Lisa’s incredible shop. You can make an entire day visiting the area by grabbing a bite to eat at one of many local restaurants, walk or sit along the beach, and browse The Hiccup for some high-quality, locally-made goods.
Stop by to shop in person, or you can shop The Hiccup's online store for curbside pickup or local delivery!
Building on the exciting news above, we’d like to add that you can also find our hand-poured soy candles at Tin Bucket in Reading, MA!
Owner Pam Keating created Tin Bucket as more than just a local shop with handmade goods, unique home decor and other interesting finds, she also hosts events including craft and paint parties, books clubs and just about any kind of social gathering. (Please check with the shop regarding availability of events during the pandemic.) In addition, she offers personalized gifts and can help you bring new life into old furniture!
Tin Bucket is located at 12 Woburn Street in Reading, MA, nestled near downtown Reading, just steps away from dozens of restaurants and cafes, salons and other shops. We invite you to browse this wonderful, local shop that offers something for everyone.
Stop by the Tin Bucket gift shop in Reading, MA or visit them online to learn more.
We'd like to thank Lisa and Pam for giving us the opportunity to bring our hand-poured, 100% soy candles to more of you in the surrounding, local communities. We are truly grateful for this opportunity, and we look forward to partnering with other, local shops around Greater Boston.