We ARE SO EXCITED for the holidays and everything in-between. Our creative spirits are alive and flowing with new ideas and fresh creations. We are going to be involved in the East West Vintage Rentals Holiday Pop up shop in Asheville, NC. We have a new line of typography vellum prints in the works, we are whispering sweet notations to each other as we brainstorm Valentine cards. We have some wonderful holiday specials including 25% off your entire in store purchases. AND last, but certainly not least, we have become “Friends of the Smokies”!
We are grateful for you! We can never express what your support and encouragement means to us… but we can try! We are offering a “Black Friday” Special for you! The best part, you can enjoy the savings all week!! Give the gift of handmade this year! Simply use the coupon code GRATEFUL at checkout. (Excludes originals and candles)
Friends of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park assists the national park Service in its mission to preserve and protect Great Smoky Mountains National Park by raising funds and public awareness, and providing volunteers for needed projects. The Smokies are one of the few National Parks that is FREE to visitors. The reasons for free entry to the national park date back at least to the 1930s. The land that is today Great Smoky Mountains National Park was once privately owned. The states of Tennessee and North Carolina, as well as local communities, paid to construct Newfound Gap Road (US-441). When the state of Tennessee transferred ownership of Newfound Gap Road to the federal government, it stipulated that “no toll or license fee shall ever be imposed…” to travel the road and enjoy the Smokies. These mountains are home and have my heart, they are the inspiration for my creativity, and therefore we thought it only made sense to share the love & give back and help preserve them. We will donate 5% of every sale to the Friends of the Smokies. This money will be used for maintenance, volunteers, awareness and education and so much more. We are thrilled to be helping such a worthy cause. To learn more about the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Friends of the smokies, visit http://friendsofthesmokies.org/ or click the Friends of the Smokies icon on our home page.