We use recycled cottons and twine we find for our embroideries and this is what inspires our collection, colours and styles.
Our hoops are all originally designed, and are embroidered using a technique called punch needle.
Our collections are nature based, and filled with love.
On natural Calico backing and timber frames.
We hope you love our pieces as much as we do.
Our everlasting floral range is made with all dried or preserved flowers.
Either dried ourselves or bought preserved from Sydney flower market.
These bouquets are made with so much heart and soul. They are created to be bought as a gesture of self love or to shower someone with affection in a gift.
Our aim is to provide a smile throughout your day whenever you look our our arrangements.
Our floral collection does include wild and seeded grasses.
If you have allergies or hay fever, these might not be right for you.
White sage has been believed to be a blessed, sacred, cleansing, cathartic, purifying and protective plant.
Burning sage is a ritual known as smudging. Smudging is a cleansing ceremony used to help people, places, or even objects get rid of negative energy or even bad spirits.
We personally use sage to start fresh in a new space, remove old energies from an old space, or when taking on a new project.
You can create your own rituals and beliefs. Along as it makes you feel good.
We mix our sage with dried florals for the added aroma and natural purity of the petals.
How to use:
Light one end of the stick and place on a plate. Carefully allow the flame to go out so that the tips of the dried leaves are smouldering slowly, and allow the smoke to rise. You can blow on the end to release more smoke and fan the smoulder, but keep your face away from the burning end. There should not be a flame.
Use a feather or your hand in a clockwise or anticlockwise motion, (clockwise to invite new energies and anticlockwise to remove any native energies), to move the smoke around your space and through your different rooms with your intention in mind.
Pay special attention to cleansing in corners and near mirrors, as well as high traffic areas like hallways and doorways.
Always remain conscious of the fact that you’re holding a burning object.
When cleansing yourself, or others, move the smoke from your head down the front of you and down your back to remove any negative energies.
Once you have finished return to where you began, and extinguish the smoke by firmly pushing the burnt end into sand.