Peter Sid makes beautiful, eco-friendly light fixtures and furniture out of reclaimed materials. He was kind enough to answer my 5 Questions!
1. Tell me about how you got started crafting.
My experience working with my hands has taken many forms over the years…I Guess it would have to be Legos as a [...]
Hat tip to my pal Taylen for sending this link! Shaun and Tawny Reynolds’ company Sundrop Jewelry uses passive solar power to create gorgeous recycled glass jewelry! They’re super-transparant about their materials and sourcing over on their blog, which makes me love them even more!
On the blog, they talk about [...]
Printed materials are a fact of life if you’re running a crafty biz. You need business cards and promotional materials, and there is paperwork like invoices and price sheets that just need to be printed out sometimes. As hard as we try to do everything electronically, from time to time hard copies are just unavoidable.
How awesome! Georgia Organics and Atlanta Community Food Bank are teaming up to host an edible plant sale on Saturday, January 23rd! They’re calling it “The Incredible Edible Grow-It-Yourself Fruit Tree, Vine, and Berry Bush Sale!”
The sale benefits the Atlanta Local Food Initiative, a network of individuals, businesses, and government [...]
Over at Ecolocalizer, Rhonda and I are working on a fun project! We’ve realized that our neighborhoods have a lot in common. She lives in the Bayview area of San Francisco and I’m over in Edgewood, just east of downtown Atlanta. We’re exploring the ups and downs of trying to live sustainably in our [...]