Saturday, 5 March 2011


“The true meaning of life is to plant trees, under whose shade you do not expect to sit” - Nelson Henderson

Foliage Organic Bedding by Fou Furnishing

By Nature's Product of the Week - Fair Trade Daha hand-painted ceramic door knobs!

Vine linocut gift tags by Ruby Victoria (Australia)

Dandelion Clocks Lamp by Phoebe Lamps (Australia)

An amazing and unique twist on the old coat rack by The Binary Box

Jarpido Piccolo by Art Terre. Made from Pevechouc, a new material made by recycling PVC textiles from car interiors.

Ailo Kiwi storage pockets by Art Terre. These 100% organic cotton pockets remind me of juicy succulent leaves :o)

Flower lampshade by Michel Coudert - 100% Recyclable

Fabric with Kangaroo Grass design by Stilelemente (Australia). Printed by a carbon-neutral business on hemp / organic cotton blend basecloth using water-based solvent-free inks.

Kangaroo Paw Cushions on eco-fabric by Stilelemente (Australia)

Triple Leaf Vintage Fabric Necklace by My Nostalgic Feeling (Australia). The designer hand crafts one-off pieces so you can feel extra special when you wear one!

Double Leaf Bib in Blues Vintage Fabric Necklace by My Nostalgic Feeling (Australia)

Doily Cloud Salvaged Timber Brooch by Jetta's Nest (Australia). Each brooch is 100% unique :o)

Weeping Tree pendant by Pirates Dreaming (Australia). The design has been cut by hand into an antique silver 'epns' spoon and each necklace come wrapped in a recycled fabric gift bag!

Plant's are for little people too! Check out this Tree Hugger shirt by MooBear Designs (Australia). The tree is made from recycled materials and "hug me" is screen printed so each shirt is unique.

Black and White Vintage Clutch Purse by minc design (Australia). Made from vintage fabric, it is a limited edition design.

Vegan Succulents Bifold Wallet by QuietDoing (USA)

A Tree Grows pendant by TuckooandMooCow (USA). Features one-of-a-kind miniature watercolor painting by Sarah-Lambert Cook

Vintage Glasses with Green Bamboo design from RichardandRuthie (USA)

Fair Trade sequin bag made in Northern India using traditional embroidery techniques from Purity 

The always original and outrageous Melissa Shoes are digging the plant scene too! Check out the latest addition to her 'flatties' by Brasilian designer Isabela Capeto

1 comment:

  1. Thanks so much for showcasing my work!
    What a great selction of eco-goodies you've found :)

    Chrissy (from My Nostalgic Feeling stuff)