TRAVELING GYPSY TRENDS
If I had a windy traveling festival TENT covered in flowing scarves, I would carry these three trends: Over-sized, fringe bottomed and wooden handle beaded macrame or embroidered seventies bags, mixed denim and printed fabric layer maxi skirts and bold wood statement necklaces. What amazed me is last night I was cruising the Poshmark APP for wooden beaded necklaces & carved bangles spending some time "liking" and BAM! Someone buys my blue lacquered POD necklace. I'm digging this natural forest gypsy look with seeds and strings. The style can be a bit "country gal just rolled out of bed and is super comfy in the morning mist"
Learning Via Online
Two nights ago I got on YouTube and learned to crochet so I can start making foot sandals. I was thrilled with my first go! Amazing how you can go from knowing nothing and download a skill into your mind :)
My Aunt Trudy and I agreed that we have the power to remove negative energy from clothing.
Goddess Shout Out to My Mother
This fabulous lady too sells on poshmark! User @demode www.poshmark.com/closet/demode
Every one of my USPS labels is printed on the back side of recycled paper. I have my step-father Mark save all of his no longer needed work papers. Also, my printer is awesome! It is called a "brother" and I found it at Goodwill thrift shop for like $10! Sweet.
When I go to community rummage sales I always search for crafting supplies for my packaging including wrapping paper, ribbons, yarn, bags etc.
I do use the free shipping boxes and stickers from usps.com when I need to, however I've got my family and friends saving brown boxes and yellow padded envelopes for me. I would prefer to use re-used, sturdy, clean boxes I find from my neighborhood. I call it boxing for a cause.
Keep an eye out for free moving supplies on your local trade sites!
Save your kitchen boxes too to wrap goodies in (:
Friday Showgirl Rouge Clips
2017 An Intuitive Thrift Outing
Something I am feeling for the future is that light wash denim material that no one has wanted in their life for quite a while. Not Jeans but SKIRTS! Handicraft work with embroidery and layers. I'm calling it child-like spirit clothing. Playful, outdoors hiking and flower gathering. Off to the farmers market let me put on my country comfort! Kick off your shoes and twirl in the grass. Nature vibes are here.
Erika Suzette Kelly