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I just made two delightful discoveries in one fell swoop!
I came across this great blog, 5 o’clock crows, by Sara Hopp Harper who, according to her Twitter bio is a fiber artist, object maker, textile/pattern designer, hand dyer, knitter, spinner, baker, reader.
I’ve been browsing her beautiful quilts and textiles and am really inspired! I know I’ll be visiting her blog often.
Sara also posted a video she saw on her blog and I had to share here too. The art interpretation is rad!
70 Million by Hold Your Horses (Music Video on Vimeo) (the video wouldn’t embed. grrr.)
Have a great weekend!
Check out these cool luggage tags! Eco-friendly, durable tags by Dynomighty that come in a variety of designs to help your bag jump out from the crowd at baggage claim.
When I first came across these tags, I thought the price seemed a little steep ($10 for a 2 10 pack…because I mis-read the price!!) until I did a little product research. The tags are made from Tyvek™ which is super durable and almost impossible to tear (they’re like the USPS Priority Mail envelopes that are impossible to tear open). Twenty-five percent of their make-up comes from recycled milk and water containers. The tags are made to last.
Bonus! When they do happen to wear out, you can throw them in your recycling bin. They’re 100% recyclable.
Other cool products by Dynomighty include Tyvek™ wallets, recycled tote-bags and magnetic jewelry.