LittleCreekMapleFarm

Handcrafted keychains and bags. Welcome!

New Hampshire, United States · 189 Sales

LittleCreekMapleFarm

Handcrafted keychains and bags. Welcome!

New Hampshire, United States 189 Sales On Etsy since 2015

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Announcement   Handcrafted wristlet keychains, waterproof zipper pouches, cell phone wristlets, water bottle sleeves and kids dart blaster bandoliers. Most orders will ship within a day, if not the same day. Everything you need to store your everyday essentials with splashes of color. All made with designer cotton fabric with the utmost attention to detail in my home sewing studio. Browse around and find something you love.

Restocking the shop with new colors every day. Follow me on instagram at littlecreekmaplefarm1 for sneak peaks and coupon codes.

If you see something you like but want it in a different fabric or design feel free to message me! #littlecreekoriginals

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Last updated on Aug 4, 2016

Handcrafted wristlet keychains, waterproof zipper pouches, cell phone wristlets, water bottle sleeves and kids dart blaster bandoliers. Most orders will ship within a day, if not the same day. Everything you need to store your everyday essentials with splashes of color. All made with designer cotton fabric with the utmost attention to detail in my home sewing studio. Browse around and find something you love.

Restocking the shop with new colors every day. Follow me on instagram at littlecreekmaplefarm1 for sneak peaks and coupon codes.

If you see something you like but want it in a different fabric or design feel free to message me! #littlecreekoriginals

Wendy Carpenter

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Custom Order lunch bag is ready to ship to another happy customer. Love the colors this customer requested.
Visit our facebook page to see the details. All you have to do is like and leave a comment under the this post on fabebpok. Inspired by a recent family trip. #littlecreekoriginals #free #giveaway
Finishing up some new lunchbags this week. #backtoschool
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About

My creative journey

When I was in college I was determined to be an engineer. I took an Interior design class to fill a couple easy credits. I LOVED IT! I transferred to a different school next term and majored in Interior Design. I graduated and had various design jobs in both residential and commercial design. Then I got my dream job (or so I thought) as an Occupancy Planner. It was a great career for many years until my husband and I started a family. Then I became torn between family and my career.

I had been toting around my moms old sewing machine (circa 1960) for years and hauling it out to do a few hems or repairs here and there. Soon after I had my boys I got into Pinterest which ignited my creative juices. I had to try some of the patterns and ideas I had been pinning. Soon, I was discovering the limits of my old sewing machine and I invested in a new sewing machine. My babies got a bit older and started to get more fun and I wanted to spend more time with them. Then it happened... my position got oursourced and I got laid off. I found myself wondering if I could turn my hobby into a living.

Both my boys are now in elementary school. I have a small sewing studio in the room above the garage that I share with the WII. If my kids are not at school, there is usually some type of mario game going on the background. I am used to sewing to the sound of things blowing up, lol.

For a few weeks every year, I unplug my sewing machine. A few years ago we started sugaring on our land as a family project. We have over 50 maple trees that we tap each year to make maple syrup. For a few weeks in the spring I will be listing some fresh New Hampshire Maple syrup lovingly made by my family. I tweet the process from when to tap to bottling that warm sweet maple syrup. You can follow me on twitter at littlecreekmf or you can follow us on our blog at www.littlecreekmaplefarm.com

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Last updated on Apr 11, 2016
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Care instructions

Machine wash, lay flat to dry. May need to touch up with hot iron.

Gift wrapping and packaging

I package all my orders warpped in tissue with a LIttle Creek tag attached.