August 29, 2012

Hobo Jo Collection: A Giveaway!

I am so excited to introduce you the Hobo Jo Collection!  Hobo Jo Collection is a fun, fashionable, and affordable jewelry line made from the tagua nut, which grows in South America. Tagua is:

·         an eco-friendly product
·         an alternative to animal ivory (save the elephants!)
·         making a social impact by providing jobs for South American harvesters and artisans
·         in line with current accessory/fashion trends
·         completely affordable

Isn't it so beautiful!?  I love the vibrant colors!

My dear cousin Michelle has started this new business, and has generously offered to give away this gorgeous yellow tagua bracelet here on my blog!

To enter, leave a comment that you have watched her video about tagua.  For an additional entry, leave a comment that you shared this giveaway on Facebook.
The giveaway starts now and ends September 8th.  Good luck!  (Please leave your email address so I can contact the winner). 


Also, now through September 8, Hobo Jo Collection tagua bracelets are available for $20! (Including shipping). With retail prices at $24.99 + additional shipping, this is a great deal! Additional discounts are applied with greater quantity purchases.

You can pre-order here.

Michelle Osmond Erickson

To learn more about Michelle and Hobo Jo Collection, check out this article.  Also, Michelle has a fabulous blog, Bumbleberry Lane, that you must check out.  She posts awesome ideas and recipes, and she will always leave you feeling inspired!

Sugar Fresh + Cresthaven Model Home

So....I have been a bit absent from the blog lately.  I guess I'm still adjusting to the demands of a baby, keeping up with my now three year old Lily and maintaining the shop.  I just wanted to post a few photos of my prints that were used in one of Kirsten's latest projects, the Cresthaven model home.  I love love love how Kirsten decorated this home.  She had to work within a tight budget and I think she did a fabulous job! You can check out the rest of the home here.

Photos by Jylare Smith
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