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Check out my upcoming markets! Switching it up a little the last weekend of July. It’s the annual Mermaid Tears Sea Glass Festival in Souris and I’ll be there with tons of sea glass inspired designs. Learn more here.
I’m also looking forward to the first Zero Waste Night Market. I’ll be using paper bags for my small cards, and getting to upcycle some packaging I receive with mailed orders on my larger prints! I knew I’d been stacking and saving these for a reason.
If you’re looking for something and can’t make it to a market- Be sure to check out one of the many stores carrying my product this year. You can see them full list of locations here.
The Prince Edward Island
Round mandala beach blankets - Or so I call them. More than half of these end up being used as table cloths and wall hangings!
This poly-blend beach blanket is made to shake off sand and dry quickly. Each piece comes with a list of the 14 Prince Edward Island items to find!
Carried in lots of local shops- The Blooming Lupin, Artisans on Main of Souris, Pigeons Decor, Moonsnail Mercantile and more. I’ll always have a few at farmer’s markets as well.
“Wild & Winged”
I could not help but do another Prince Edward Island shaped piece! I am a true bird lover, and took the opportunity to showcase some of the most common species on Prince Edward Island.
There are 11 species but 14 birds in total. Can you find them all?
Prince Edward Island was originally known as “Abegweit” to the Mi'kmaq First Nation community in Prince Edward Island. It means “Cradled On The Waves”. I believe it’s most fitting, as we’re cradled between these bodies of water, which provide so much livelihood and tradition for our Island.
Stay tuned.. a cheat sheet is coming to show you were each little creature is hidden in this piece! See the full list.