Limited edition February 2021 design from Bandana of the Month Club + Emily Miller.
100% Grown & Sewn in the USA cotton
Printed using eco-friendly, water-based ink
once they are sold out, they are never printed again
Emily Miller, a child of the farmland of Illinois and graduate of Memphis College of Art, now an illustrator in Nashville, TN. Currently focused on revitalizing walls and beautifying old buildings, you can find her artwork in hidden and surprising places throughout the town. Her work depicting flora and fauna are placed on buildings that have been condemned, forgotten, and abandoned to giving them new life.
Ideas for using your bandanas:
Honestly, what can't you do with so many bandanas? Here are some suggestions:
baby burp cloth
give it to a friend!
dip it in cool water on a hot day and tie it around your neck
Net wt. 7.5oz / 212.62g ± floral essence, mood uplifting from citronella aroma , while a calming effect between balances of balsamic cedar undertones
Intertwining organic and geometric shapes, our artisanal soaps area hand crafted only in small batches & made upon order. This allows us to be certain with our quality and care. Our goal is to bring appreciation into everyday life and everywhere possible. Allow small things to make you feel delightful. The shapes of soaps are ever changing. Let it be.
Thoughtfully written by Echoview’s founder, Julie Jensen, and illustrated by Alden Roberts, this sweet guide is a quick deep dive into the world of sustainable laundry. A large part of the environmental impact of clothing occurs after we have brought it home, wear and wash it, and then (usually) when it finds its way to the landfill. We compiled this guide to help us all collectively reframe our mindset about how we can do laundry in a way that will help to ease our impact on the world.
With sections such as Mindfulness in Cleaning, Soap Vs. Detergent, The Green Laundry Pantry Guide, and a Quick Guide for Stains, this guide can be returned to again and again for the helpful tips, but also for the little mental exercises laid out within.
Sometimes called Common Poppy or Field Poppy, Papaver rhoeas is an erect, single-stemmed annual, growing up to about 2 feet-tall. Rising from a bed of deeply lobed, fern-like foliage, each stem holds a single flower: 4 silky red petals, usually 2–4 inches across, which generally bloom from late spring to late summer.
There's enough seed here to plant an entire meadow full of poppies — almost 90,000 seeds in all! Scattered in an informal planting, this seed will cover about 1,400 square feet.
BEAUTIFUL IRISES ARE 2’’ WIDE HANGING ABOUT 3.5” LONG FROM STUD TO TIP
BRASS CAST FROM A UNIQUE ALCHEMILLA HAND CARVED WAX MOLD. HANGING FROM CAST BRASS STUDS WITH STERLING SILVER POSTS.
AVAILABLE WITH EITHER STERLING SILVER POSTS OR GOLD FILLED HOOKS.
BECAUSE OF THE UNIQUE NATURE OF THE MATERIALS USED, SMALL VARIANCES OF COLOR OR MARKS MAY BE FOUND. EACH PIECE IS HANDMADE AND MAY SLIGHTLY VARY. OUR HAND FORMED AND ONE OF A KIND PIECES ARE MADE WITH LOVE AND ATTENTION JUST FOR YOU!
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