|5507 N. Clark Street, Andersonville|
|A couple bikes in the back|
|HOW CUTE ARE THESE? |
REAL CUTE. THAT'S THE ANSWER.
My grandpa was a woodworker and I remember helping him sand a bookshelf or paint a figurine. I still have a bookshelf he made and could not bear to ever get rid of it. The time, effort, and patience it takes to create something by hand is an art I will always respect. It feels like the handmade movement could make a great comeback if everyone participated. Those unique items are ones you will have for years and years and will maybe even pass down to your kids if you feel like having kids. But until then, SHOP HERE. It may be a tad pricey, but it's because everything is made here in 'Merica with high quality materials and with HANDS, REAL HUMAN HANDS, NOT ROBOT HANDS.
|My boo thang bought me one of those towels |
for my house and I love it forever.
|Also received one of these handmade clocks and |
it hangs in my kitchen and I love it forever.