The end of summer always marks the winding down of our busiest season, and this year was no exception. There was no shortage of productivity; in addition to the usual fervor of the wedding season, we moved to a new location, continued working on our website redesign and found time in the sun with our kids. Whew! We are exhausted just talking about it. We cannot wait to “officially” share our new space with you, but until then take a look at highlights from the last few months:
In June we made it on to the front page of Etsy! As you can imagine it is the dream placement for any crafter/maker selling on the site. Our hand dyed silk ribbon is featured above.
Here we are again in July! This time our ribbon was included on the craft supplies browse page.
Finally, a lovely feature by Canadian blogger Janick in mid- July had us blushing; it is always an honor (and an exciting surprise) to receive praise from fellow designers and crafters.
We hope you enjoyed a lovely AND relaxing summer; keep an eye out for news on our open house to showcase our new space!
We can’t resist sharing this image from our summer fun.
Looking for mountain lake trout
We have been getting ready for a new partnership with a company looking to promote our papers. You may have heard of them; scoutmob.com. They find companies they like to feature their goods and tell their story which hopefully leads to selling their products. We are excited to see what the response is from their customers. They have asked us to share a bit about our work which triggered an impromptu photo shoot. I thought it would be fun to share that shoot here on our site so you could see what they do with the raw files. I will add a link here to the scoutmob sales feature when it is online. They will be offering discounted retail prices off of the handmade paper and bags they have selected.
Here’s the link – They are now live http://scoutmob.com/seattle/of-the-earth
They chose some of our seed papers and some non-seeded lotka papers, some papers that we make here in Seattle and some from our facility in Nepal. We are looking forward to see what the scoutmob customer finds interesting.
Somewhere to put your feet
Tools for paper
Watch those fingers
Paper pulp – Recycled lotka fibers