Russian textile artist Nadia Garutt crafts nature-inspired embroidered jewelry that pays homage to vintage accessories. Her handmade brooches, pendants, and embroidery hoops are reminiscent of Victorian-era trinkets, designed to be worn and treasured over generations. Each stitched piece is inspired by flora and fauna, showcasing the beauty of the natural world in colorful thread. From forest fungi to beautiful blooms, Garutt’s ever-growing portfolio celebrates Mother Nature’s diversity.
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Colorado-based ceramicist Callahan Foose (of Callahan Ceramics) crafts handmade mugs, tumblers, planters, and more that celebrate the stunning Pacific Northwest landscape. Each one-of-a-kind piece features dreamy, pastel-colored layers of glaze that depict the region’s mountains, canyons, lakes, and skies, allowing you to hold a reminder of nature in the palm of your hands.
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Hands-on projects are a perfect way to get into the holiday spirit. From celebrating all-things-spooky with Halloween kits to making merry with Christmassy baking gifts, a bit of DIY can make a festive season even more fun—especially when it comes to fall. Packed with pumpkin spice and everything nice, fall is quickly climbing the ranks to become the most popular time of year.
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As the leaves begin to change color and the sweet scent of pumpkin spice lattes fills the air, it’s made abundantly clear that the fall season has officially begun. To commemorate this glorious time of year, people are tattooing the wonderfully warm beauty of nature, rich in autumnal themes, on their skin.
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