Saturday, February 13, 2010

Second part of Vegan Craft Samples Bag Review.

Another day, another exciting dip into my Vegan Craft Sample Bag.
So many goodies, which to look at first! How about this little mix:
A little Compassionate Shopping Guide from Leaping Bunny -
Lots of info about Cruelty Free Shopping from companies that do not test on animals.





Then there's the adorable Red Pendant, which I'm sorry to say I am not sure who donated it, as it's got mixed up with so many other goodies, it must have come away from it's sender. Wherever it's from, it's darling, and maybe the crafter who made it can let me know, and I'll review their shop in another post.

This funky card comes from Late to the Revolution. A novel card, showing vegan love in a unique way. I love it. Their shop sells imaginative  items such as handmade headphones, paper goods, beanies and lots more.






This sweet magnet, displaying a pretty pattern inspired from Japanese Temari balls from CraftyPanties.
Their shop has the most adorable Temari Balls and Fabric Balls, in wonderful colours and patterns. For those that don't know what Temari Balls are, check out Crafty Panties, and prepare to be amazed.






Crye's Creations was adorable little envelopes, the right size for business cards, I know i'll be using them soon! also cute little note books for those very inportant messages. love the pretty paper used. Her shop is full of lovely creative goodness such as art doll kits and mini envelopes.


A very useful lip balm from Earth Natural Essentials  . The lip balm is a tasty (!) peppermint flavour, and I used it straight away, this cold weather does nothing for my lips and the lip balm is fab! Their store has lots of vegan toiletries and cleaners, all vegan and made from earth freindly ingredients. there's also lots of information on the site, and it's well worth checking out.

Phew, lots of lovely vegan goody fun! and this is only just a little way through my Vegan Craft Sample Bag.
Have you got yours?


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1 comment:

Holistically Heather said...

yum yum pendants

http://www.yumyumpendants.etsy.com

that is where the cute little tile necklace piece came from