Although blogging is a labor of love for me, I still consider it my job. Anyone who has managed a blog for any length of time knows it requires careful planning, perseverance, and a high level of commitment to create interesting content week after week. Today, I want to take a moment to thank the people and companies who make it possible for me to keep the Satori blog rolling along!
Let’s get started…
Pushing papers is a collection of letterpress notecards and greeting cards carefully curated by Bee Eastman. Her love of paper and the written word collide to bring you a selection to convey happy feelings, loving words, reminiscing and more.
So express yourself. Scroll through Pushing Paper’s curated stationery boutique and various packages. Discover the perfect combinations of cards, notepads, tags and whimsical products for paper lovers, featuring letterpress and handlettering from high end designers that are sure to enhance your written thoughts.
Audrey Would! is a savvy boutique featuring classic 1940s-70s barware and tabletop pieces. Collections include complete sets, stand alone pieces, and a range of unique mix and match combinations. If you are looking for something special, Audrey Would! is happy to treasure hunt for you. If you are downsizing treasures of your own, contact Audrey Would! – they might be interested! At Audrey it’s all about having fun with sparkly vintage pieces in fresh, modern way!
Simple, Pretty, Natural Wedding and Home Decor…
Sandra has always been drawn to natural, organic and eco-friendly solutions. As a young girl, she loved re-purposing fabric and making creations with scraps of material. And this love of creating continues today. She knew one day she wanted to start her own business, which would share items she loves and treasures in her own home. As a stay-at-home mom, her business started after she began experimenting with laundry solutions for her son’s sensitive skin. Her goal was to reduce the amount of harsh chemicals in her home including laundry detergent, dryer sheets and air fresheners. She began making her own homemade recipes and solutions to reduce these harsh chemicals her family comes in contact with. Through time she has found solutions that work and shares them with you in her shop.
Simple is Pretty Shop features natural, organic, and eco-friendly wedding and home decor. Check out her Etsy shop for wool dryer balls, lavender sachets, organic cloth napkins and more.
SAjO weathered home is the culmination of a dream for the owners and creators, Susan and Judy. This shop is a collection of the objects they love to salvage, create and restore. Susan and Judy grew up surrounded by history. Susan’s roots are in Prince Edward Island’s rich culture, cradled in the waves. Judy was born to a farm family of Scandinavian heritage in central Alberta. Beautiful things with a sense of legacy and character became their taste and fascination and, although their diverse experience, their taste has merged into an eclectic mix of the old, new, and reinvented.
The store’s collection is constantly changing with a selection process that ranges across the country in private collections, estate sales, and just plain searching and resourcing what fits SAjO’s mix of contrasting age, material, and collections.
I love popping in to see what’s new at SAjO weathered home and recently picked up this beautiful vintage tiered cake stand.
Of course, none of this would be possible without my fabulous readers! Thank you so much for your daily comments and shares!
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