Monday, November 15, 2010

City of Spare Parts

A few years ago our younger daughter made herself a birch bark belt. It looked great on her and everyone wanted to know where she found it.

She made another one this past weekend. And she opened her very own Etsy shop - City of Spare Parts. There's just one belt in the shop for now, and more will come. Her mind is whirling with ideas - fun, creative and unique ideas. I'm so proud of her.

This would make a great gift for someone who likes unusual accessories that really make a statement. 


  1. What a fun...and creative accessory! I wish your daughter much success with her Etsy shop.

  2. Hi Lorrie,

    What a fabulous belt. I have never seen anything like it. I know her shop will be a hit.

    Thank you for stopping by. We miss Tommy so much. He certainly filled up our lives.


  3. Wow.......... imagination of the woodsy kind!

    Best to your daughter on her new venture!

  4. That is great! Good luck to your daughter with this new venture!

  5. Wow, what a talented young lady, I am heading over to visit her Etsy shop. I wish her luck on her new adventure. Take care:)

  6. So she is creative like her mom, huh? I don't know much about the Etsy shops, but I hope she enjoys the adventure. It is great for her to have an outlet for her creations. I hope you will let us know how she does.

  7. What an imaginative person your daughter must be. I hope her Etsy shop goes well.

  8. Cool belt Lorrie! Love the linen dress too!

  9. This is a way cool idea. I'm sending the link to my sister, this is really up her alley.

  10. How cool is that?! Pretty amazing, too. Guess that if those birch bark canoes are any indication, it's a very strong material.


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