Last ones!

  Don’t these jute bags scream cozy, warm fireplace?!

Even if you don’t have a fireplace, they make you feel toasty!

Fill with wood, comfy winter throws, or hide kid’s toys…the possibilities are endless. Sadly, our inventory is not.

Remember when we said we’ll have products at our shows that aren’t available on the website? It’s a great way for us to test out new items that we love, but aren’t certain how you’ll feel.

Apparently, you feel the same! These flew out of our booth!

So, while we’ll have more inventory available soon, it won’t be before the end of the year. Meaning, get them while you can!

How many do we have of each?

One.

Yep, you heard right.  We’re down to one of each.

Don’t miss our versatile eco-friendly red-striped jute bag. Natural vegetable fibers spun into coarse threads make this bag incredibly durable and sturdy.

These decorative, sustainable mango wood balls were a real crowd-pleaser. The ornate detailing in these hand-carved balls makes them stunning on their own or as a group. Each mango wood ball offers texture and pattern to any display. Approximately 4″ in diameter. Only one of each pattern left: dots, ornate, or feather.

I have to admit, I love these reclaimed wood spice boxes !  I keep one in the kitchen for my two most used spices, but it’s also great bedside to hold rings & loose change! Only one left in distressed white; approximately 9″ x 6″ x 3″.

Think these would be perfect for a gift (or yourself)? Don’t hesitate only one of each left.

Daily Green Special:  Even though you may not have been lucky enough to win the $550 million powerball, you can still score one of these great finds if you hurry!  As an added bonus, write “last ones” in the checkout notes and we’ll add a free red beeswax votive to your order.  Offer valid until tomorrow’s post.  Happy Thursday1

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