thepoetryofsilk

Plant Dyed Silk Ribbon, Hand Dyed, Handmade Ceramics

Orlando, Florida 3666 Sales On Etsy since 2016

5 out of 5 stars (463)

thepoetryofsilk

Plant Dyed Silk Ribbon, Hand Dyed, Handmade Ceramics

Orlando, Florida | 3666 Sales

The Poetry of Silk

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The Poetry of Silk

Announcement    Plant dyed silk ribbon for wedding bouquet, invitation, event styling decor, gift wrapping. Infused with colors from nature. Also, handmade ceramics. Subscribe to my email list for a 10% off coupon! —> bit.ly/shop-thepoetryofsilk

Follow me on Instagram @thepoetryofsilk for inspirations and new color updates! https://www.instagram.com/thepoetryofsilk

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Last updated on Jan 30, 2020

Plant dyed silk ribbon for wedding bouquet, invitation, event styling decor, gift wrapping. Infused with colors from nature. Also, handmade ceramics. Subscribe to my email list for a 10% off coupon! —> bit.ly/shop-thepoetryofsilk

Follow me on Instagram @thepoetryofsilk for inspirations and new color updates! https://www.instagram.com/thepoetryofsilk

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Dusty blue silk ribbon, hand dyed in my studio with indigo plant. Photo by Dear Lovers Photography. Invitation design by August and Vine.
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About thepoetryofsilk

Sales 3,666
On Etsy since 2016

THE POETRY OF SILK

Harmony with nature, mindfulness, and quiet imperfect beauty describe the process and philosophy behind The Poetry of Silk.

Every step is slow-crafted by hand in my studio: from dyeing silk using plant dyes from flowers, roots, foliage, nuts, fruits, and woods; sourced from fair trade companies or locally foraged, to lightly pressing for a natural texture, and rolling onto handmade wooden spools.

By choosing The Poetry of Silk eco-friendly plant dyed silk ribbons you are also saving our waterways from unnecessary pollution. I use eco-friendly packaging. My labels are tree-free and their adhesive is compostable. I also print on lokta paper, one of the most eco-friendly, renewable, non-tree papers. I love sustainable products and caring for the environment, I am glad you do as well!

Handmade in my studio in Orlando, Florida, USA.

“Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished.” - Lao Tzu

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    Owner, Botanical Dyer

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Last updated on Sep 13, 2019
Frequently asked questions
Do you accept returns?

I gladly accept returns only on regular price unused items when you contact me within 3 days of delivery. Unless they arrive damaged or defective, I don't accept returns on custom orders or items on sale.

Steps:
1. If you contact me within 3 days of delivery and your return is approved, I will provide you the return address.

2. Ship items back to me in unused condition within 7 days of delivery, using the original packaging. Your postage expense for returning items is not refunded.

3. After items arrive in unused and original condition, I will process a partial refund. Shipping cost from invoice is not refunded.

When will you ship my order?

I ship orders within 1 business day, from Monday to Friday. When there is a holiday and the post office is closed, I will ship the following business day.

Which shipping options do you offer?

Once in your Cart, from the Shipping drop down menu, select one of the following shipping options:

STANDARD (5 to 7 business days within USA).

PRIORITY (2 to 3 business days within USA).

EXPRESS (1 to 2 business days within USA).

Do you offer samples?

My plant dyed colors may vary from batch to batch, for this reason I do not offer samples. Even if the color doesn't match precisely, they always look beautiful and add another layer of thoughtfulness to wedding invitations, programs, and bridal bouquets.

Do you offer custom colors?

At the moment, I am not offering custom colors. I hand dye limited edition colors.

How are your silk ribbons made?

Following a wabi sabi lifestyle, every step is slowly crafted by hand in my studio: from hand dyeing silk using plant dyes from flowers, roots, foliage, nuts, fruits, and woods; sourced from fair trade companies or locally foraged, to tearing it organically into ribbons embracing imperfection, lightly pressing for a natural texture, and rolling onto handmade wooden spools.

“Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished.” - Lao Tzu

You are buying a "living color" that may appear to change depending on the lighting. Each silk ribbon is one of a kind and may have nuances, marbling, speckles. Plant dyeing embraces imperfection and find beauty in its authenticity.

My plant dyed colors may vary from batch to batch.