Our Artists
The Three of Cups is proud to support local artists!

Here at The Three of Cups, we are proud to support local artists, giving them a unique retail space to showcase their incredible talents! We primarily work with artists who are members of marginalized communities, including the LGBTQIA+ community, artists with disabilities, black-owned, and woman-owned businesses. If you would be interested in becoming one of our featured artists, please get in touch: we’re always looking for new and unique vendors!

Kita Creates Designs – Beaded Crystal Jewelry

Based out of North Alabama, talented artist Nikita Turner is at the forefront of KitaCreatesDesigns, creating beautiful beaded jewelry, ranging from gemstone bracelets to earrings and necklaces. Nikita sends us a dazzling variety of new jewelry every month, and it’s always a treat to see what she’s come up with! Besides here at The Three of Cups, you can find her work online on Facebook, Instagram, and Etsy.

Kita was also recently featured in CanvasRebel Magazine: Read that article here!

Magenta Mad Hatter – Wire Wrapped Pendants

Magenta Mad Hatter Jewelry hails from right here in Pulaski, TN, and specializes in showstopper wire-wrapped crystal pendants. Her intricate designs range from large statement pieces to small, simplistic wraps, meaning that there’s someone for everyone!

Magenta Mad Hatter currently sells exclusively through The Three of Cups, and online via her Facebook page. She is also available for custom work, so get in touch if you have an idea!

Moon, Moth & Torch – Unique Woodburned Designs

Another local Pulaski artist, Melissa Calvert owns Moon, Moth & Torch, and describes herself as “A witch using fire and earth to create works of art.” Her original wood-burned art pieces range from miniatures to full-size wall hangings, as well as practical pieces such as bookmarks, pendulum boards, and more.

We feature her more “witchy” pieces here at The Three of Cups, but she also has an extensive collection of art work based on pop culture, and particularly classic horror films! Melissa is also available for custom orders, so get in touch with us, or check out her work on her Etsy, Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok!

Dreadknot Creations – Ethically Sourced natural art

Rural Giles County provides local artist Amber Brown with endless inspiration for her natural art pieces, created with ethically and sustainably sourced bones, insects, flowers, mushrooms, crystals, and more. Carefully preserved and intricately posed, you almost wouldn’t be surprised to see one of the fuzzy little bees take flight one day!

Currently, Dreadknot Creations sells exclusively through The Three of Cups, so while you can’t find her online, you can always find her incredibly detailed pieces in-store!

Crocheted Witchy Pets

Just up the road in Spring Hill, talented young artist Becca specializes in these adorable crocheted friends! We always have one tucked by our register as a store mascot to bring a little witchy good luck to our front counter.

We usually have a few cuddly friends in stock, but Witchy Pets are primarily available by custom order, and she is happy to make just about any animal you can think of: we’ve had bats, cats, bears, raccoons, and koalas so far!

The Three of Cups

117 South Second Street, Pulaski, TN 38478

Call or Text: 931-262-2877

Open 10am – 6pm, Monday-Saturday

Closed Sunday

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