Boo! | Featuring: indigotwin holiday primitive folk art sculpture



indigotwin holiday primitive folk art sculptures


No? Me neither.

More like struck silly with the adorableness of these three spooks by Cortney of indigotwin holiday. Her personality-filled whimsical folk art is handmade in her studio from paper or polymer clay, no molds, folks! Every little detail is one of a kind.

And all of this charm hasn’t gone unnoticed.

indigotwin Halloween feature in Holidays & Celebrations 2013

indigotwin holiday‘s Halloween primitives have been featured in Holidays & Celebrations 2013 September issue. Inside you can find an ‘ingredient list’ and instructions to make your own adorable little creeps and lots of other holiday swag. For the body of these little Halloween ghoulies, Cortney has used vintage spools from the shop.  Swing on over to indigotwin holiday‘s Etsy shop to get you and your space gussied up for the season.

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For the DIY details, you can get your own copy of this crafty mag here.  And the shop has been re-stocked with spools galore, guys. Check it out.




Sewing Project: Hooded beach robe by Milk & Honey | Organic cotton terry and handmade bias trim

A hooded towel for bath time, beachy days and chilly mornings.

Lovingly sewn by Eleanor of Milk & Honey.

hooded organic terry robe by Milk & Honey | Sewing pattern & bias tape link

Pretty cuddly, no?

I’m with you, Eleanor. I want one for me.

You, too? Well, we’re in luck. Eleanor of Milk & Honey has generously shared this cozy sewing project with us, including links to both pattern and bias tape tutorial.  As a Merci, I’ve offered her readers a coupon code to use at worthygoods textile. Head on over and read about her Sewing Pattern Favorite: Beach Robe.

Milk & Honey online

Then, armed with your fresh coupon, snap up some of that organic cotton terry she used at the shop and get yourself a deal.

Innovative eco friendly packaging | Upcycled corrugated bubble pack, biodegradable mailers & tape and more.

Sometimes I see something and think,

Why haven’t I been doing this all along?

upcycled cardboard bubble pack

Check out the big brain on Brad.

Upcycled cardboard bubble pack? Yes!

What started as a search for some heavy-weight recycled kraft paper turned into my eco-packaging discovery. While the cardboard bubble pack really knocked my little green socks off, my interest was also piqued with some of Eco Enclose’s biodegradable products, natural rubber-backed kraft tape and poly mailers. I just got my order in last night and I’m pumped to pack up today’s worthygoods textile orders with my new eco friendly packing.

Packaging that’s as responsible as the contents?

Check it out.

worthygoods textile eco friendly sustainable packaging

Course, I’d love to have an in-studio hand-crank version of the magic machine that turns out this cardboard bubble pack, I’m so glad to know where to find it. Despite my every attempt to re-use cardboard  in shipping worthygoods textile parcels out, my dear husband still ends up breaking down a bizarre amount that heads to the transfer station. {Thank you, dear.} So if you spot one of these miracle-cardboard-bubble-pack-upcycling machines, let me know! Interested in all these biodegradable goodies? You’ll have to stop by Erin’s smart shop, to check out all she has to offer.

sustainable organic fabric packaging at worthygoods textile

Next up, I’ve got my eye on these little boxes from GreenKraft for my handmade line, worthygoodsfuzzy jewels.

recycled cardboard boxes

What are your smart packaging finds?

Do dish.

Washi Tape Organizing with Vintage Wooden Spools | Clevah, deah.

Washi tape + vintage spools


organizing spools of washi tape with vintage wooden spools

I spotted this fantastic idea using vintage wooden spools to organize washi tape while scrolling through my Pinterest feed. Patter Cross whipped this up with vintage wooden spools, cork and ring tags. An idea that would translate to ribbons and lace as well, don’t you think? Read more about it and drool over her rainbow washi collection here.

Like to try it for yourself? Snap up some spools at the shop

Clevah, deah.

Featuring: Miss Ladyfingers & her organic cotton bandana bib

Let me introduce you to Miss Ladyfingers.

She’s one of those crafty ladies that works all kinds of magic. And if you visit her blog, you’ll see what I mean.

But what I’m loving is this drooly bib-bandanna creation. Been around a tooth/teeth-coming-in-toddler? You know- so smart.

Sewn from organic cotton terry and organic Monsterz Spotlight in orange by Cloud9 Fabrics. I’m pretty sure it would be muuch easier to talk a toddler into sporting one of these than a ‘baby’ bib, no?

Great idea, Amanthus!

Be sure to stop by her shop and check out her snap cowls for toddlers and grown-ups alike.