Used clothing alchemist since 1987

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WELCOME!  I’m Crispina ffrench. Recycled textile artist, author, teacher – creator of many things. My sister and I run The Dolphin Studio, a second generation, family owned screen-printing business. My hubby and I own Shire City Sanctuary, a Makerspace in an urban Cathedral in the heart of The Berkshires where my studio is housed. It’s a pleasure to share here creative high-jinx, as we work toward environmental consideration of all aspects of living.

ReConsumerEYES: In Praise of Handwritten Letters


by Lorne Holden

The other day my son pulled open a dusty drawer in our front hall. “What is that?” he asked, pointing to a pile of papers. Zounds! They were love letters from an Italian boyfriend. I hadn’t seen them in years and hadn’t even remembered that I’d saved them but I paused to give them a long and tender look. At this point, I barely remember the boyfriend and this being so, I was struck not so much by the letters’ content but by the simple fact that they were handwritten. They weren’t just words, they were his words, this long ago love, written in a way only he could write them. With pen and ink. On paper. After reading a few, I realized perhaps I did remember him. Would I have ever had this experience if I had stumbled upon a batch of old emails? I think not.
handwritten letter
How far we’ve come from the simple act of writing each other letters! According to the US Postal Service’s annual survey, the average home received a personal letter only once every seven weeks back in 2010. My guess is that number is probably down to 1 or zero by now. There has been a cost to this shift away from handwritten communication. Texts and emails sent in a generic font have brought an anonymity to our communication that zaps the individuality out of written expression. Our messages from the Electric Company often arrive in our email looking the same as true words from someone we love. We need an antidote!

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This upcoming Holiday Season, consider writing to the people you love. Yes, writing. Get out that pen, find or make some beautiful paper and send your message in the one way only you truly can – by writing it yourself. Handwritten notes and letters have more power now than ever before, simply because they are so rare. Think of how you feel when you receive a handwritten note, and know that you are creating that warm response in someone else simply by making such a gesture. Sure, sending a handwritten note takes more time. I say: take that time. Whomever you are writing to will know that you took the time and it will be meaningful for them. Write one letter a day. Once you get in the swing and feel how great it feels, the time factor won’t be so daunting.

Remember that handwritten messages don’t need to be long. (Look below- a postcard from 1906 was addressed on the opposite side and there was only a small space under the photo for a written message.) Even the smallest handful of words written by you and sent from you, can change the day for a beloved recipient. Consider what is at the essence of what you want to say, and simply say it. Words have power. And words sent in your own writing are doubly powerful.Dive in!

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P.S. Don’t forget to send your note with a beautiful stamp. There are many available.

Lorne Holden is an artist and author of the bestselling book “MAKE IT HAPPEN in Ten Minutes a Day/The Simple, Lifesaving Method for Getting Things Done” and the creator of LifeBloom - a three week adventure in making things happen.

 

 

Weekly Treasury – It’s In The Cards


It’s In The Cards‘ by Becca Strout for Crispina ffrench

The holidays are a reminder to reach out to your family and friends. What better way to than to send a holiday card? Whether you prefer whimsical, sincere, or funny this treasury has something for you.

 

Penguin Holiday Card Set of 12 Succulent Wreath Christmas Card Set | Good Cheer Holiday Card Set, Illustrated Christmas Cards with Hand Lettering Couples Christmas Card. Boyfriend Holiday Card. "Meet Me Under the Mistletoe." Eco Friendly Card. 100% Cotton Paper Card
Christmas Cards / Christmas Card Set / Holiday Card Set / Baby It's Cold Outside Card Pack Tree Christmas Cards, Christmas Card Set, Holiday Cards, Boxed Christmas Card Sets, Holiday Card Set, Merry Christmas Card Sets Christmas Card . Holiday Card Set . Cards Holidays . Cards Christmas - Christmas in New York City Letterpress Christmas Card. Letterpress Holiday Cards  - Merry and Bright
Christmas Card - WOODLAND Holiday Card Set of 8 Custom Illustrated Family Portrait Christmas Holiday Card - Digital File only Scottie Scottish Terrier Holiday Card blank greeting cards by Stephen Fowler Holiday Card - Let's Get Cozy
25 Holiday Moose and Bird, Recycled with Envelopes, Red and Gray Chalkboard Christmas Card, Merry Everything, Holiday Card with Kraft Envelope Tis the Season 10pcs HAPPY CHALLAH-DAYS - Hanukkah Card - Funny Hanukkah Card - Christmas Card - Challah Bread - Funny Christmas Card - Happy Holidays Card

 

Every week we gather a handful of treasures around a theme, from Etsy - an online marketplace featuring handmade wares, vintage items, and supplies for making. Weekly treasuries are normally featured here on Mondays.  You can click on the images above and be taken to a place on Etsy where there is more information about and pictures of that item. Crispina’s online shop is located on Etsy along with a whole ton (like over 800,000) of other handmakers, vintage resellers and material retailers. If you have a minute, leave a comment – it is always so nice to hear from you and build community right here in cyberspace!  Join us in supporting Handmade, Recycled, Organic, and Locally Produced wares for living. Enjoy
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ReConsumerEYES: Reusing Food Packaging/Lunch


By: Lorne Holden

Last year when I was visiting my parents, I saw a shopping list on their kitchen counter. It was written on the triangle of cardboard that you pull out of a Kleenex box in order to get to the tissues. When I asked my Dad about it, he pointed out that my Mother goes through about three boxes of tissues a day, and as such, they have tons these triangles of cardboard in their house. Why not put this cardboard to use?

I became a devotee of my Dad’s idea and am now hooked on breaking up the small cardboard boxes that package our groceries. I keep a pile of cardboard pieces on top of my fridge and always use one when I need to make any kind of list. It may seem like a small idea but as we know, even the smallest actions do add up.

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This got me thinking: where else can I re-use my packaging? Here are some ideas I’ve discovered:
The long plastic bags that package bread and rice cakes are perfect for storing leeks and scallions.

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Cans can be reused to store pencils, art supplies, nuts, bolts, screws and hardware of all kinds. Dress ‘em up! Take the labels off and cover them with great looking paper.

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  • Glass jars, like the ones that house pickle and tomato sauce, can be used to store your grains or your leftovers. Smaller jars can be used to store sauces and condiments in the fridge. Use Mason jars as drinking glasses.
  • Use a soft cotton cloth to wrap up a sandwich for your child’s lunchbox. You’ll want to be sure that the sandwich will be eaten within a few hours. Note: be sure to add a cooling element to the lunchbox to prevent spoilage. This can be anything from a little bag of ice cubes to one of the many simple items available in grocery stores today.
  • Vow to use your plastic lunch containers again and again. I find these things often go missing with the same frequency as socks in the dryer. Keep and eye on them so they can be used for a good long while.

Finally, don’t miss this great tutorial about how to make a gift box out of a cereal box. It’s a winner!
http://www.instructables.com/id/Gift-Box-from-a-Cereal-Box/

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Looking at what might seem like trash with fresh, inviting eyes can often inspire a creative adventure. Re-use before you recycle. Every act makes a difference.


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Lorne Holden is an artist and author of the Amazon Bestseller “MAKE IT HAPPEN in Ten Minutes a Day/The Simple, Lifesaving Method for Getting Things Done.” Her online coaching course “LifeBloom” will start again on November 17. Click here to learn more about it and then sign up for this great experience!.
http://www.makeithappenintheniminutesaday.com/lifebloom

Weekly Treasury – Bring It


Bring It‘ by Becca Strout for Crispina ffrench

Want to do your part in the fight against Consumer Culture by preparing your food at home, but don’t want to contribute to Disposable Culture with baggies and plastic containers? Escape the culture wars with this list… now you CAN take it with you.

Porcelain Berry Basket, Ceramic Fruit Colander Size Large reusable waxed canvas sandwich / food wraps As seen on cover of HGTV Magazine September 2014 - One (1) Stripes and Dots Lidded Jar - Hand Painted Ceramic Pottery Container Upcycled Vintage Fruit Basket - Grocery Bag Alternative
net vegetable fruit shopping bag Natural Linen Bread Bag, Bread Bag, Reusable Bread Keeper, 100% Flax Linen Pair of Enamelled Containers. Lidded Stackable Food Storage. Soviet Vintage. Enamelled Kitchenware. White with Floral Motif. 2 CERAMIC LIDDED JARS vessel container with lid stoneware pottery for salt pepper herbs spices jam wood-fired earth color nesting set of 2
Recycled Burlap, Thermally Insulated Lunch Bag, Canvas Interior. Model: Coffee Bean Vintage 1950s Set of Three Kitchen Canisters with Blue & White a Porcelain Knobs, Flour, Sugar and Cofffee. Set of 4 Organic Cotton Fruit and Vegetable Bags + one carrier case La Lorraine Fruit Jar, French Canning Jar, 1 Litre Blue Glass Canning Jar with Thistle Logo from France
Reusable Grocery Bag, Market Tote Bag, Roll up tote bag, Farmers Market Bag, Packable Tote in Lotus Wallflower Cherry Handmade Ceramic Garlic Keeper, Lidded Pierced Stoneware Jar, Shallot Storage, Garlic Canister, Celadon  s324 Vintage Glass Food Container Duck Egg Blue Retro French Shabby Chic Dog Food Box Enamel Tin and Scoop

Every week we gather a handful of treasures around a theme, from Etsy - an online marketplace featuring handmade wares, vintage items, and supplies for making. Weekly treasuries are normally featured here on Mondays.  You can click on the images above and be taken to a place on Etsy where there is more information about and pictures of that item. Crispina’s online shop is located on Etsy along with a whole ton (like over 800,000) of other handmakers, vintage resellers and material retailers. If you have a minute, leave a comment – it is always so nice to hear from you and build community right here in cyberspace!  Join us in supporting Handmade, Recycled, Organic, and Locally Produced wares for living. Enjoy
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Weekly Treasury – Layers


‘Layers’ by Becca Strout for Crispina ffrench

By now we’ve all put our heat on or have lit a fire in the fire place/stove, but before that we all started by putting on more layers. You don’t have to foreswear style for warmth. Look fabulous inside and out, Jimmy Carter would be proud of you!

Wool cape, outerwear, medieval cape, wool cloak, winter cape, elf cape, LARP clothing, women clothing, winter clothing, fantasy clothing knee high socks with cable pattern Meriwether Belt // Handmade Leather Belt Knitted Arm Warmers In Pumpkin Spice-Fingerless Knitted Gloves -Women's Gloves-Lace Gloves.
Knitted Extra Long Leg Warmers Women's Leg Warmers in Brown with Leather Brown Leg Warmers Boot Toppers for Women Girls Taupe Milky Brown Women's sweater dress handmade in light wool jersey - Sweater with dropped shoulders and side slits - oversized wool dress by La petite nina knit scarf, unisex scarves, Cowl Scarf Neck Warmer, dark mustard winter - fall women accessories, chunky cowl, infinity cowl Merino Wool Leggings (Handmade in Melbourne)
wool lingerie set - MERINO II sleepwear range - made to order Hand Knit Shawl / Wrap/ Poncho MADE TO ORDER Knitted Cozy Slippers Forest Mori Girl Blazer, Upcycled Clothing, Wool Jacket in Browns Oranges Greys Yellows, Recycled Repurposed, Extra Small XS, Small
SALE 20% OFF Thin Etched Brass Cuff Bracelet Set - Chevron Stripe Tribal Geometric Dark Oxidized Gold Metalwork Boho Jewellery Cowichan Sweater, Totem Cardigan, New Hand Knit Wool Cardigan Canadian Sweater Slouchy Knit Beanie // Heathered Textured Off White Beanie Edith Zipper Boot 2-3/4" Heel

Every week we gather a handful of treasures around a theme, from Etsy - an online marketplace featuring handmade wares, vintage items, and supplies for making. Weekly treasuries are normally featured here on Mondays.  You can click on the images above and be taken to a place on Etsy where there is more information about and pictures of that item. Crispina’s online shop is located on Etsy along with a whole ton (like over 800,000) of other handmakers, vintage resellers and material retailers. If you have a minute, leave a comment – it is always so nice to hear from you and build community right here in cyberspace!  Join us in supporting Handmade, Recycled, Organic, and Locally Produced wares for living. Enjoy
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Blog Theme ~ Dressing in Layers


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It is daylight savings day when an extra hour of delicious time swirls around the day making everything a little less rushed. It is also BRISK, windy and COLD in our neck of the woods. This weather that I love still never fails to surprise me each year with its initial unwelcome slap of chill, that dissipates as my wardrobe completes the transition to Layers.

We have lots of things that need buttoning up outdoors before the snow flies. As I sit in our cozy house, my hubby is outside wrapping our primitive foundation with its annual leaf blanket blocking out the cold for the long winter. Early this morning my walk with the dogs was well lit and cozy as I tripped along down our quiet dirt road in five layers of clothing. Wool is a must, as is the correct fit – keeping the updrafts out and allowing building heat to work itself out on the hearty climb home.

Dressing in layers is key and something that not everyone has in the know. It is important to have a close fitting first layer. I usually go with a t-shirt and in very cold weather wear cashmere as a base layer. Second layer today is a light long sleeved pullover, followed by a close fitting wool vest, then a big wool zipper cardigan, long enough to cover my butt. Today, this was topped off with an old oversized NorthFace fleece someone left at my house more than 10 years ago – great for keeping the wind out and cleaning our coop.

This week we are focusing on dressing in layers. It is comfortable, allows for quick temperature adjustments throughout the day, and will help keep your heat set a degree or two lower reducing the need for quite so much fossil fuel.e8539ba676e5d1dea99153cb13fcd6c5

Are you interested in playing along?  Leave a comment below about how how you wear your cold weather wardrobe.  We encourage participation in this blog and ask readers to email in a weekly image that speaks to the theme of the week.  Just send your images off to: Crispinaffrench@gmail.com by Wednesday evening for inclusion in One Thousand Words, our Friday column – a gallery of pictures submitted by our readership.  Captions include the photographers name and business name (if applicable).

ReConsumerEYES: Recycling/Handmade/Thrift Shoppin’


by Lorne Holden
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A few years ago, I saw a man named John Perkins interviewed on TV. Perkins is the author of “Confessions of an Economic Hit Man” which describes his life as exactly that – an economic hit man. His job was to to convince countries that are strategically important to the U.S. to accept enormous loans for infrastructure development, and to make sure that the lucrative projects were contracted to U. S. corporations. Then, saddled with gigantic debts, the countries became beholden to the U.S. government.

Ultimately, he had an awakening which prompted a re-evaluation of his life. He re-dedicated himself to a life with real values. He wrote his book and told his story after 9/11, when he felt that world events compelled him to do so.

The TV interview was interesting because he talked about many simple ways that people can live a more thoughtful life – a life that is less hurtful to others and to the planet. And the thing that I remember most was that he spoke about the simple importance of buying clothing at Thrift shops. He pointed out that re-cycled clothing not only creates less waste but helps stem the tide of oppressive circumstances for the many people working in terrible conditions in sweatshops around the world.

 

Thrift Shop Store Sign

I’ve been a Thrift Shop fan my whole life but until that moment, I had never made this bigger, more important connection. I hadn’t put together that purchasing re-cycled clothing could actually he considered a political/philosophical act, and that I could see that act as an extension of the ideals with which I live my life as a whole. But the experience isn’t even just about me, and about how I want to live my life. Many Thrift Shops are run by organizations that assist society on a larger level, providing training, jobs and sustenance to people who are disabled or disadvantaged. Here’s an example of what a few major thrift stores support:

- Goodwill Industries: Provides vocational rehabilitation and support for the disabled.

– Salvation Army: Provides shelter, food, job training and spiritual guidance to the poor.

- Oxfam: Runs development efforts in Third World nations.

09.11.14 Marian's Dress1Taking the re-cycled clothing idea even further are the many ingenious creators who make new clothing out of old clothing, making unique one of a kind creations. And of course, this site celebrates the work and imagination of one of the greats, Crispina herself.

Take a moment to think about the clothes you wear and where they come from. Would a swing by a Thrift Shop work for you, instead of heading to a mall? Could you arrange a clothing swap with friends so that your clothes get a second chance to delight someone else? Or might you want to dive into the adventure that is making something new out of something old? Have a look at the list on the right – Crispina has some workshops coming up and one might be just right for you. You would spend a great day with great people and come home with a piece of clothing that is also a work of art.

Remember that all of our daily experiences add up. Where you purchase your clothing can have a beneficial or detrimental effect on the lives of others and the planet as a whole. Be a clothing adventurer and look for your next treasure at at Thrift Shop or better yet – make it yourself!

 

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Budapest Thrift ShopLorne Holden is an artist and author of the Bestselling book “MAKE IT HAPPEN in Ten Minutes a Day/The Simple, Lifesaving Method for Getting Things Done.” Pictured at left if a great thrift shop Lorne discovered on a recent trip to Budapest, Hungary. Learn more about her at: www.makeithappenintenminutesaday.com

Weekly Treasury – Tis’ The Season To Buy Handmade


‘Tis’ The Season To Buy Handmade’ by Becca Strout for Crispina ffrench

Sometimes our holiday decorations need updating. It’s always a delicate balance between honoring traditions and developing new ones of your own, Break with tradition and buy or try something new. Here are some awesome options.

TAJ PLACEMAT Large Sized Book Paper Kusudama Paper Origami Flower with Brown Paper Stems Fall Still Life Photography, Brown, Green and White Wall Art, Pumpkin Photograph, Feather Picture, Thanksgiving Wall Decor, Autumn Photo Sale - 30% off, Shabby chic wall  decor, Antique Crochet Lace  wall art  Lace wall decor,Lace wall hanging,  Christmas home decor, Chic gift
Red Maple Leaf Autumn Punch Needle Embroidery Hoop Art. Eco Friendly Thanksgiving Home Decor. Rustic, Woodland. Brown, Red. 3 Inch Hoop. Ceramic Candle Holder Love Houses Set of two Love Houses - SALE vintage cornucopia basket Autumn Decorations / Gold Ornaments / Gold Christmas Tree Decorations / Autumn Fruit / Apple Pear Ornaments
grande wreath // air plant tillandsia // by robincharlotte white porcelain pumpkin Handmade mushrooms, kitchen decor,  table decoration, Home decor The WITCH is in | singage | bannerwall hanging | flag | pennant | banner | Halloween Sign to Hang on Door and Use as Photo Prop
Candy Sweet Colorful Wild Mushrooms / A Collection of 42 Freshly Harvested Candy Mushrooms Table Runner Organic and Sheer Runner Natural Gray Linen Runner Eco Runner Linen Placemat For Two Antler Wreath, Wreath, Gold Antler Wreath, Antlers, Antler Decor, Woodland, Antler, Housewarming, Gold Wreath, Deer Antler, Hodi Home Decor Steampunk Candle Holder, Industrial Design Decor, Modern Thanksgiving Centerpiece Copper Pipe Candle Holder, Christmas Gift, Wedding Decor,

Every week we gather a handful of treasures around a theme, from Etsy - an online marketplace featuring handmade wares, vintage items, and supplies for making. Weekly treasuries are normally featured here on Mondays.  You can click on the images above and be taken to a place on Etsy where there is more information about and pictures of that item. Crispina’s online shop is located on Etsy along with a whole ton (like over 800,000) of other handmakers, vintage resellers and material retailers. If you have a minute, leave a comment – it is always so nice to hear from you and build community right here in cyberspace!  Join us in supporting Handmade, Recycled, Organic, and Locally Produced wares for living. Enjoy
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ReconsumerEyes – Winterizing


by Lorne Holden

broniw pic pdfHere’s my confession for today: I flunked out of Brownies. That’s right. I flunked out. Right when everyone was supposed to “fly up” to become a Girl Scout, I was told that I wouldn’t, in fact, be continuing. I still don’t quite understand why this happened, but I suspect that it was because I didn’t understand that great Girl Scout saying: “Be Prepared.”

I am reminded of this every time I look out my window lately and see a crazy grey squirrel who is putting way a stash of walnuts from the tree in our front yard.

She has inspired me, this squirrel (she would have made it to Girl Scouts !) and so I’ve begun efforts to Winterize my home. I think of Winterizing as alter ego of Spring Cleaning. Instead of pulling your life out and up to prepare for the expansiveness of warm weather, Winterizing invites us to batten things down and cover things up, before the long, cold nap of winter.

Here are some great, green tips for Winterizing your home or living space:

+ Cut down on drafts. You can do this with caulking around windows and doors and by using a “draft snake” or piece of fabric under a doorway. Making these draft snakes can be a fun project with kids. Simply sew some fabric into a tube shape and then fill with beans, sand or even kitty litter. Let the kids adorn the snake that will be used for the door to their bedroom.

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+ Clean out your dryer duct. Again, this simple action can save you energy and money. Here’s a great link with instructions: http://www.doityourself.com/stry/how-to-do-dryer-duct-cleaning#b

+ Turn down your water heater thermostat. Many water heaters are turned up too high. Check yours and see if it is at 120F. This simple change can really save both energy and money.

Untitled 2+ Begin the habit of keeping your thermostat lower. There have been studies that state that for every degree that you lower your thermostat, you save between 1 and 3 per cent on your heating bills. And don’t forget that layering up on clothing when you are indoors, can keep you toasty. Apparently, it’s an old wives tale that we lose most of our heat through our heads, but it’s still a great idea to wear a soft hat indoors on very cold nights.

 

+ Switch your ceiling fan direction. Who knew that such a simple act as this could help, but it really does. Enabling ceiling fan blades to spin clockwise will draw warm air trapped near the ceiling down to the living area. This can improve comfort and save money on heating.

Look around your life and world and see you can inspire you! Here’s the future Girl Scout of America working on her Winterizing badge. squirrel 2

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Lorne Holden is an artist and the author of the Bestseller “MAKE IT HAPPEN in Ten Minutes a Day/The Simple, Lifesaving Method for Getting Things Done” and the creator of LifeBloom Online Coaching. Learn more about her here and sign up to join her list! www.makeithappenintenminutesaday.com.

 

 

 

 

 

Weekly Treasury – Winterize Your Soul


Winterize Your Soul‘ by Becca Strout for Crispina ffrench

This is the time of year to start hunkering down. Last night was our first hard frost of the season, making one want to line their nest. This treasury is all about getting cozy for those long winter nights.

Copper Tea Pot: Vintage Rustic Copper Tea Kettle with Blue and White Porcelain Handle, Shabby Chic, Farmhouse Decor, French Country Home Made to Order: The Autumn Woods Cowl ~ 100% Wool Hand Knitted I-cord Neck Warmer Infinity Scarf with Wood Buttons Cloche hat - Felt hat - Velvet hat - For her Knitted Cup Cozy, Coffee Cup Sleeve, Knit Coffee Cozy, Knit Cup Warmer, Knit Cup Cozy, Coffee Cozies Knit Mug Cozy Tea Cosy Chartreuse Decor
Miniature Glowing House - Fine Art 10 '' x 8'' Photographic Print Knitted Hot Water Bottle Cover / Cosy Cream - KENTON Maya Temple - Gold / 14"x20"  Kilim Pillow Winter Wreath - Elegant Decor - Gold - Natural - Gilded Forest Wreath
8 X10 Fine Art Watercolor Print -Gift for Her- Giclee Print - Renaissance Print - Vintage - Home Decor- Romantic Gift Idea Boot cuffs , boot toppers in Yellow with grey dots Kitchen art kitchen print coffee art large print kitchen decor pastel french decor rustic decor dorm decor office fall photography~ Rustic wooden tea light holder
Fall Home Decor Table Runner Autumn Gold Harvest Plaid Handwoven Cotton Thanksgiving Farmhouse Cottage Cabin November Dining 48"L x 8.5"W Durable Hand Forged Fire Poker with User Friendly Large Scroll Handle and Twisted Barrel for pit and hearth #455 Farmer's Daughter Mitts PDF Knitting Pattern Vintage Rustic Antique French Railway Light Candle Coach Lantern Old Hanging Candle Holder Pendant Retro Victorian

Every week we gather a handful of treasures around a theme, from Etsy - an online marketplace featuring handmade wares, vintage items, and supplies for making. Weekly treasuries are normally featured here on Mondays.  You can click on the images above and be taken to a place on Etsy where there is more information about and pictures of that item. Crispina’s online shop is located on Etsy along with a whole ton (like over 800,000) of other handmakers, vintage resellers and material retailers. If you have a minute, leave a comment – it is always so nice to hear from you and build community right here in cyberspace!  Join us in supporting Handmade, Recycled, Organic, and Locally Produced wares for living. Enjoy

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