Friday, April 23, 2010

Friday Finds

It is never too early to start teaching kids to love and appreciate the earth. Show your respect for Mother Earth with this super cute kids organic t-shirt for your little recycler made by MamaMade on

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Happy Earth Day 2010!

Today is the 40th Anniversary of Earth Day, a day designated to increase awareness and appreciation of the environment. I am going to celebrate by turning off the computer and getting outside to plant additional native shrubs to our native plant landscaping! We will also install the rain barrel some time this week to catch those spring rains for our garden.

Macro photo of a section of fossil fern tree

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Handmade for Earth Day!

It's almost Earth Day and I am participating in the Handmade for Earth Day Auction by EcoEtsy!

Lots of EcoEtsy team members have donated their lovely handmade, eco-friendly goods for this event, and the proceeds will go to the World Wildlife Fund. Awesome! So, what are you waiting on - go check it out!

Friday, April 16, 2010

Friday Finds

I am in search of a new bag, and this one from infusion on just may be the one! The front flap is ruched for added interest without being too fussy. The Ruche bag is available in several colors, but I am in love with this wheat brown version.......

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Wordless Wednesday

macro photo of spring rain on new leaves

Friday, April 9, 2010

Friday Finds

Oh, I love this Route 66 Belt Buckle from vintageinretrospect on! The belt bukles are made with bits of retired vehicle license plates. Recycled and stylish - does it get any better? I think not!

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Mariner Earrings

I just fell in love with these Aquamarine stones when I saw them - they are the most beautiful shade of blue! The wonderful icy blue Aquamarine rounds are wire wrapped beneath double loops of sterling silver. All the sterling silver has been oxidized (blackened) for a bit of rustic contrast.

Ancient sailors frequently carried aquamarine during their travels, believing that it would help ensure a safe passage.

Wordless Wednesday

Macro photograph of a green and brown fallen Magnolia leaf


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