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Donna Davis on Apr 27, 2017
Thank you so very much for these precious map hot air balloons! They were Exactly what I hoped for and more detail than I expected. I appreciate the quick response and quality product! I will highly recommend you.
efornara667 on Apr 27, 2017
I purchased these bags to hold the prizes at my friend's travel themed bridal shower. They are very cute, but a little fragile and the bottom is not reinforced. They come precut, but you do have to build them yourself.
Live Creatively & Celebrate Everyday
We have always had a love for taking ordinary materials and using them to create extraordinary things that fit into our everyday lives. Or, as we like to say, Live Creatively & Celebrate Everyday.
In her early years, Elizabeth started a personal blog to capture and share beautiful moments of her life. She named her blog The Path Less Traveled in keeping with the end to her favorite poem, The Road Not Taken, written by Robert Frost. Not realizing what difference it would make years later.
"…Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference."
-Robert Frost: The Road Not Taken-
In early 2009, John experienced a serious pay cut at his “normal” job and finances became very tight. It was time for a different road. Both John and Elizabeth had been born into families that valued creativity and dreaming big. Hard work, determination, initiative, and sacrifice were valued as the stepping stones to making those dreams become reality. With some quick brainstorming, they both realized that John was an entrepreneur at heart and Elizabeth had a love for handmade items. It was time to start their own business!
In the spring of 2009, after scraping a few dollars together to buy a few yards of cloth to make aprons, they opened their first shop on BigCartel.com. The business needed a name. A catchy one. One that stood out and separated them from everyone else. After a few days of talking about it, John suggested Elizabeth use the name of her blog. Thus was born The Path Less Traveled, LLC.
Sales were slow but showed signs of growth. By 2010, The Path Less Traveled™ had switched market platforms to Etsy.com and added a few paper goods, vintage items, and cloth garlands. Today, The Path Less Traveled™ is hosted on two major shopping platforms, offers hundreds of handmade items, and ships around the world.
From the humble beginning of making simple aprons to providing 3-D art for large corporations to use in dynamic photo-shoots, The Path Less Traveled continues to innovate and look for creative ways to make ordinary materials into extraordinary things. With the rapid development of new technology and some strategic investments, The Path Less Traveled™ is excited to push the boundaries of this passion for many years to come.
John & Elizabeth Smillie
The Path Less Traveled™’s products have been featured in:
The White House (Christmas - 2015), Terrain, Nordstrom advertisements, The Mississippi Children's Museum, Romantic Homes Magazine, Wedding Bells, Celebrate Magazine, eleGala.com, CountryLiving.com, ontobaby.com, Birds and Honey, Before the Big Day, Style Me Pretty, Annasaccone.com, frostedpretticoatblog.com, craftedblog.com, Blush Magazine, PrudentBaby.com, TintedWedding.com and many others.
Owner, Client Services, Product Development
Designer, Photographer, Chief Creative Executive
I believe little moments of life matter, every day is to be celebrated, & the beauty all around us is a gift from the Creator to enjoy. I'm married to a guy who happens to be my greatest cheerleader & best friend & I am mom to 4 little ones.
Creator, Product Development, Client Services
Creator, Designer, Shipper
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
Returns & exchanges
- Custom or personalized orders
- Perishable products (like food or flowers)
- Items on sale
- To communicate with you about your order
- To fulfill your order
- For legal reasons (like paying taxes)