I know I shouldn’t have a favorite Tattly, but I do. All of the Colors by Jason Polan just launched and has already won my heart!
This glass cloud contains liquid thought to predict the weather by crystalizing in different patterns. Charming!
Twenty bookmarks, unusually assembled into a small pull-out ‘book’ that simultaneously offers, across its surfaces, an essay on the business of reading: why we do it, what the best books do for us, and how literature might change our lives. Love this so much! What a great gift for a reader!
Love the simplicity of this grid paper notebook which fits perfectly in front of the keyboard.
Oh, I love how you can tuck your wish or intention inside this handmade beaded bracelet.
Citizen a reality-based board game in which you take on a ’cause’ and use actual members of Congress to pass your cause/bill through. Can’t wait to get my copy!
The School of Life Confession Game asks some deep questions. This one stopped me in my tracks.
I was gifted a tiny wooden box with everything you need to make tiny S’mores. I can’t get over the cuteness. My kids will lose their minds when we dig in.
A version of “Guess Who?” that only features women who have changed the world: Who’s She? LOVE this!
As a small business owner (@tattly) I am always trying to support other small businesses. In this thread I'll mention a few small online shops I love in context of holiday season gifting.
Add your recommendation in the thread?
— Tina Roth Eisenberg (@swissmiss) November 26, 2018
And please, consider supporting small businesses. There is so much good juju in these labors of love.
If you’re not a Twitter person, please add your favorite independent shop/maker in a comment below.
Love this Slow Factory scarf featuring the first color image of the whole Earth from 1967. The image was taken with a black an white TV camera which took three photos with a red, green and a blue filter to create the color image. The small ball in front of the picture is a colour match card.
I am in love with our latest Tattly launch, the European Starlings by Nic Miller.
European starlings flock in a strange and beautiful formation called a murmuration. This was artist Nic Annette Miller‘s fascination behind her 2016 “All That I Can Do” installation project, featuring 700 handcrafted woodblock starlings in flight.
I am lucky to call a set of these wooden starlings my own, decorating my living room wall. They make me happy.