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Hello!!!
Thanks for stopping by our shop! LittleKickingBird is the design studio of Travis and Rachel Tyler. We are a husband and wife team (with an energetic toddler close by,) who enjoy traveling, camping, hiking in the PACNW, raising our 3 year old and taking photos along the way. All of our photographs are original and the Bamboo blocks, are handmade-- (cut, sanded and assembled) in our Seattle home. We can make the blocks with an Epoxy Finish or without an epoxy finish.

Non Epoxy Finish: Just the picture itself mounted on the bamboo block
Epoxy Finish: A clear, smooth layer of epoxy on top of the picture. Helps protect the picture and gives it a glossy finish.


If you have any questions please feel free to send us a message.
Thanks…

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  • Born on January 1
  • Joined March 31, 2011

Favorite materials

bamboo, wood, sander, photo paper, camera

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About

Hello!!!
Thanks for stopping by our shop! LittleKickingBird is the design studio of Travis and Rachel Tyler. We are a husband and wife team (with an energetic toddler close by,) who enjoy traveling, camping, hiking in the PACNW, raising our 3 year old and taking photos along the way. All of our photographs are original and the Bamboo blocks, are handmade-- (cut, sanded and assembled) in our Seattle home. We can make the blocks with an Epoxy Finish or without an epoxy finish.

Non Epoxy Finish: Just the picture itself mounted on the bamboo block
Epoxy Finish: A clear, smooth layer of epoxy on top of the picture. Helps protect the picture and gives it a glossy finish.


If you have any questions please feel free to send us a message.
Thanks
Rachel and Travis

If you're local to Seattle or visiting, you can find our blocks in various shops around the city...

"Venue" Ballard
"Danger" Bainbridge Island
"Expressly Northwest" right across from the entrance to the Space Needle
"Loft 63"---Capitol Hill

Find us on Facebook---Littlekickingbird
Instagram---- littlekickingbird11
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Our ETSY shop was voted as 1 of the top 10 local shops in the Seattle
area by Seattle Refined (KOMO NEWS)

We were also featured in an article through Awakened Aesthetic.

We've donated our blocks to several organizations to support their mission...including Rosehedge/Mulitfaith Works who works with HIV/AIDS patients, Bosana Foundation, Wishlist Foundation and Salmon Berry Birth Center.

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