Yellow crochet hat . A perfect accessory in cold winter months! This beautiful hat is really comfortable.
Not quite a vest. Not quite a sweater. Perfect over a t~shirt on a breezy afternoon at the nature center.
Don’t be fooled that wool is only suitable for cold weather. It’s coiled fibers attract moisture away from the skin and allow air to flow, keeping the skin at optimal playtime temperature!
This versatile, must have piece is hand knit and dyed by me using 100% virgin wool and low impact dyes.
I found an old 1950s Kodak Duaflex camera in my grandma’s closet. Not only did I get cool pictures from the film, but I found a way to use the backing of the film in this notebook.
This 5″ x 7″ notebook contains 24 pages of paper (12 charcoal grey Canson paper pages and 12 Strathmore drawing paper pages). The cover is made from cold press watercolor paper covered in shiny, matte, film backing. I even found a way to attach a velcro clasp so you can close your notebook and not let your secrets out!
The color is the first thing that grabs your attention with this resin bowl. It’s a deep stop you in your tracks crimson/scarlet red with overtones of yellow and darker maroon patterns. It works as a wonderful conversation starter on the coffee table or it can be used to serve chocolates and other goodies as in the photos above. Chocolates are not included.
This bowl is 7 inches long, 6 inches wide and 3 inches deep at the longest measurements.
This bowl is NOT dishwasher safe. To wash I recommend cold water and a mild detergent.
As the weather starts to get colder…. I thought this piece was a sweet little wintery necklace. This little penguin, like all penguins, always has cold hands, but he has a warm heart!