LeatherLinenWoodWool

Things made, grown, foraged, and found.

Announcement    **Basket painting care** The linen threads can stretch out easily so please handle with care! The surface of the painting and inside the basket may collect dust. I like to simply blow it off, but sometimes also use a very very soft brush so as not to scratch the paint. Tweezers work well for larger debris. Keep away from water too! All but the paintings with metallic paint have a light clear coating, but the paint can still scratch or bleed. Too much worry or bother, but still want one? There are lots of clear acrylic shadow boxes out there that would protect, please take a look at those first!

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Last updated on Jul 13, 2020

**Basket painting care** The linen threads can stretch out easily so please handle with care! The surface of the painting and inside the basket may collect dust. I like to simply blow it off, but sometimes also use a very very soft brush so as not to scratch the paint. Tweezers work well for larger debris. Keep away from water too! All but the paintings with metallic paint have a light clear coating, but the paint can still scratch or bleed. Too much worry or bother, but still want one? There are lots of clear acrylic shadow boxes out there that would protect, please take a look at those first!

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Maker, grower, forager, finder.

I make many different things with a heavy emphasis on natural and vintage materials. Due to the nature of the materials and my own attention span, most of my makings are one of a kind. I walk the forests and beaches, collecting as I go. I sift through the mounds at flea markets, thrift stores, and garage sales. I grow plants of all varieties. This shop is the output of all of these things.

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