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Published on March 11th, 2008 | by Victoria Everman

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Green Pop Shop at Poppytalk Handmade

Green Pop Shop at Poppytalk HandmadeSpring is right around the corner – the perfect time to refresh your home with a few new, eco-friendly items. Started by indie Canadian design blogger Jan, Poppytalk Handmade is like an online farmer’s market for handmade goodies (why didn’t we think of that!?).

As luck would have it, this month’s theme for the showcase is all about green:

Here we are, entering our 6th month at poppytalk handmade and we can’t think of a better way to ring it in than as an eco-themed market! As each market starts up, there’s always a bustle going on, and the anticipation to see everyone’s table come to life is my favorite part! We are thrilled to showcase this emerging talent with green spirits!

Featuring fantastic fashion, accessories, art and home accents in all shades of verdant glory, this month’s Poppytalk Handmade is not to be missed. This particular showcase is running from March 10th to April 11th, so make sure to stop by and browse today because once it’s gone, it’s gone.

At first glance, I was instantly drawn to sellers Louelle Bloom, Ecojot, Gaia Conception, Susan Schwake, and Black Sheep Heap. Which are your favorites?


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About the Author

I think of myself as a creatively versatile eco-powerhouse. Freelance writer, life-long model, on-camera personality, public speaker, official U.S. spokesperson for Twice Shy Clothing - I'm a classic Renaissance woman and mistress-of-all-trades. Though my days of growing up in the corn fields of central Indiana are behind me, forgetting where I came from is not an option. I lost my father unexpectedly in March of 2006, months before moving from NYC to San Francisco, which helped to amplify my zest for life and thirst to help change the world. Perpetually looking for fresh ways to share my unquenchable green knowledge, I blog about everything eco on my own website, as well as for All Green Magazine and select others. Additionally, I am the editor/head writer of Crafting a Green World (part of the Green Options blog network) and a writer/web editor for Building Green TV. My diverse articles have been published in variety of reputable magazines, such as: Yoga Journal, Venus, CRAFT, Yogi Times, Recovery Solutions, M+F, and Office Solutions. In my spare time, you can find me knitting, reading, singing, taking pictures, practicing yoga, taking long walks, and working on my first non-fiction book. Other random facts about me: I'm a Buddhist, latex fan, have four tattoos, and an attempting locavore. MOVING TO PORTLAND, OREGON IN JUNE 2008



3 Responses to Green Pop Shop at Poppytalk Handmade

  1. jan says:

    thanks soooooooooooo much for the mention!

  2. jan says:

    thanks soooooooooooo much for the mention!

  3. jan says:

    thanks soooooooooooo much for the mention!

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