we scout wednesday :: share a favorite!

animals on bicycles tshirts - dark cycle

for this week’s we scout wednesday i’m asking you to share a favorite artist, crafter, or blog!

above is a new-to-me favorite. i’ve ordered from dark cycle 4 times in the last 2 months! lola now has two adorable & funky t-shirts: dino on bicycle and octopus on bicycle. mike has a t-shirt that i won in the indie fixx haiti relief auction and now one is on my way to my brother for his birthday! don’t worry, he doesn’t read my blog!

dark cycle brings together two great things: animals & bicycles. what’s not to love? there are a wide range of styles for women, men, and toddlers and adult t-shirts are $18 – free shipping in the us.

so – who’s a favorite artist, crafter, or blog of yours? write your blog post or share on flickr, let me know what you love about them! then share your link below and be sure to link back to scoutie girl. can’t wait to see who you choose!

29 thoughts on “we scout wednesday :: share a favorite!

  1. I just have to share the blog Soulemama http://www.soulemama.com/ She shares snippets of her life with great pictures and short stories. I love how she always focuses on appreciating the small things and imperfections in life. Being a crafter I also love the craft projects she shares. I encourage you all to check her out.

  2. With so many fabulous handmade shops out there it is hard to choose just one! Each Tuesday on my blog I highlight a new shop that I LOVE and so I shared yesterday’s info today – Little Love Blue – the sweetest little collectable plushies which you can find from my link above.

    My newest, newest favorite shop that I highlighted last week (and that I am completely OBSESSED with) is DazzlingLanna.etsy.com – you really have to check this shop out – the handbags for CRAZY!

    Have a great day!

  3. I would like to share my favorite, Karla of EnRouge Studios. She paints the most beautifully sweet paintings of birds (see her shop here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/enrouge).

    I found her when I was looking around Etsy one day and noticed her paintings. I had been wondering for a long time where other artists get their prints made, and for some reason, out of all of the artists on Etsy, I was drawn to her work and somehow felt comfortable about asking my burning question. She was so generous and kind with me and helped me find the online courses offered by Marisa of CreativeThursday, which is the whole reason I am getting creative again and starting to blog. So, not only is her work beautiful, she is a wonderful human being on top of being talented (the complete package in my opinion!).

    Here is my blog post that goes into more detail:

    Have a great Wednesday everyone!

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