This is really cute but I barely ever use bar soap so I'm not sure I'll actually use it as a soap dish. I might just use it for a ring dish or earring dish in my bathroom.. basically a jewelry catch-all. I like the look of it - I'm not big on birds, but that's okay, I like it. It has a nice unique texture too.
Alexandra Fallon creates each slab-presses and pinched tableware piece entirely by hand at her New Jersey studio.
Check out her other products at www.sourceandtradition.com
Maie and Nora create scents that have a strong organic, nature-inspired influence. They actually went to school at the Rhode Island School of Design, just like Alexandra from above, so I wonder if they collaborated on some items! This soap smells really good, but like I said earlier, I rarely use bar soap. It has a very nice look to it though so I'll probably put it in my bathroom or kitchen to give off a nice scent while looking pretty!
Check out their other products at www.noondesignshop.com
Teresa Tonai creates these adorable little notecards by hand with a letterpress. I love the designs on them and the silver shimmery envelopes they come with. I don't think I could bear to part with them though, so I won't be sending them anywhere. I'll most likely hang them up as decoration or write something on them or use them as bookmarks or something! They're really well made and very well printed!
Check out her other products at www.etsy.com/shop/LittleTreesStudio
If you'd like to give Umba a try, head over to www.umba.com now! The two options are the Delight Box for $49.00 + $7.00 shipping or the Discover Box for $25.00 + $5.00 shipping.
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