florspace is about everything adorable, quirky, unique, indie, classic & most of all, functional.
We believe in sharing the love for quality handmade goods like it always should have been. We don’t sell stuff we won’t already love so you get the good stuff everytime! We often take our sample designs to the streets, use them to bits to see if we love them enough to share them! No basement sweatshops and mass production here…
For anyone who wants to know, florspace is never my hobby, its my full time job. I live and breathe what I do and absolutely love it. ;+) Woo-hoo!
I love the colors in these hand-cast resin bracelets.
Resign: Hello, and welcome to my little world of resin. I’m an Aussie currently living in the US, with my husband and 2 children. I have always loved the sensuality and imperfection of hand cast resin, but upon moving to the States, I was unable to find anything like the pieces I desired. So, with time on my hands, I decided to make them myself. After much research, experimentation and encouragement from family and friends, here I am, sharing my passion with you.
Catch these wonderful creations at Bob n Stitch.
Bio: When I was about five I would watch my mother make my Barbie Doll clothes from the scraps from her own dresses. Later I watched her make these long and beautiful gowns. Then she taught me to sew. Sewing was wonderful and frustrating at the same time. After many years of sewing the perfect way I now have given myself the freedom to draw outside the lines. With that new found freedom a new love has appeared and new and edgy work has been created.
It probably comes as no surprise that I tend to follow the work of Michael Pollan. One of his most recent articles in the New York Times, Out of the Kitchen, Onto the Couch, is no exception. I ran across it shortly after it was published and can admit it took me a few days to get through its eight rather comprehensive pages.
However, while I pride myself on being a feminist and do believe gender roles should be banished forevermore, while other people were responding with concern of it’s more sexist undertones (those I see, but think have been taken out of context — another story, for another day) I was busy fixating on another point made in the article.
Like it or not, most pets (of the feline and canine varieties, anyway) need neckwear, to keep them safely identified or likewise on a leash. Collars might not be a pet’s favorite thing, but they don’t have to be unfashionable – or uncomfortable, for that matter.
Whiskerkisses offers white button-down collars to combine with regular and bowties for a most fashionable statement (and just in time for Independence Day.)