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Reduce, Reuse, Rejoice: Part 1

If you’ve read any of my DIY posts before, you know that I love a craft that is equal parts fun, eco-friendly and practical. This particular tutorial just so happens to hit the sweet spot that intersects all three!

Everyone knows that there is a lot of waste associated with gift giving. It includes everything, from excessive packaging, to duplicates, and things we’ll never use. By taking old fabric scraps that would otherwise gather dust, you can make a gift bag that is memorable, customizable AND reusable. It’s the perfect way to be crafty during the holiday season! Click the Read More link to see 3 ways you can make a gift that keeps on giving for the holidays. Continue reading

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The Barite Tunic tunic is your winter solution to minimalist layering. Its composed of 100% Canadian-milled Cotton, and is available in both patterned purple and grey. With short sleeves, mid-thigh length and stylish accent panel, Barite has just enough attitude to spice up your looks. Its also on sale online! Click the Read More link to see three ways we styled this tunic for both casual and work settings.

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The Calcite Cardigan is available in solid purple or grey, as well as patterned versions like this one. Its comfy fit and knit structure make it incredibly cozy. As an added bonus, it is made of 100% Canadian-made Cotton, which is a great alternative for those of you who want to stay warm this winter without the irritation of wool. Its also on sale online right now!Scroll down to see three ways we’ve styled this classic cardigan for work and play.

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Winter is in full swing, so we thought we’d try our hand at a tried-and-true seasonal DIY! Add holiday cheer to your home- indoors or outdoors- with this Rustic Wreath DIY. Festooned with bright berries and earthy pine cones, this pastoral wreath looks like a celebration and smells like a freshly cut evergreen. Plus, 95% of the materials you need to make this craft can be foraged from the forest floor! Click through for the full tutorial.

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