RachaelAmberDesign

Naturally Inspired & Originally Created Art Products

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | 268 Sales

RachaelAmberDesign

Naturally Inspired & Originally Created Art Products

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 268 Sales On Etsy since 2013

5 out of 5 stars (33)

Announcement   10% of proceeds from all bee-related product sales gets donated to a bee charity! Follow me on instagram @rachael.amber to see my updates!

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Last updated on Dec 18, 2018

10% of proceeds from all bee-related product sales gets donated to a bee charity! Follow me on instagram @rachael.amber to see my updates!

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  • Rachael Amber

    Owner, Designer

    I'm a Philadelphia-based illustrator and designer with a love for nature. My goal is to create universal artwork inspired by the beauty of nature that can help raise awareness for environmental issues through a positive light. Thanks for stopping by!

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Last updated on Mar 27, 2018
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How do you make your products?

Almost all of my products are made in my home studio! I screen-print the patches, digitally print most of the cards and prints on my inkjet printer (some I get printed at a local print shop, but all are high quality!), and I press the pins with the button maker my partner and I share! Zines I also print and create at home. The enamel pins I have custom made from a company. I'd love to include further detail upon request!

Care instructions

For patches:
Fraying may occur if the edges are not sealed. Unfortunately I don't have time to hand-seal all my patches, but occasionally I will send it off sealed! You can easily seal a patch by using clear nail polish around the edges. Or if you're fancy, use a sewing machine to hem the edges.

For screen-printed material:
I only recommend hand-washing my products in cold water (such as the tote bags, pouches, etc). Machine washing alone could be fine, but if it just has some dirt on it it's much more effective to gently hand-wash. Always hand-dry, never tumble or heat the canvas.