Over the last two weekends I've been building raised gardening beds.
We love the current coloring book (for adults!) trend so much, that we decided to be a part of it and create our own coloring page! This time of year can be stressful and hectic, and not everyone has a green thumb, so we thought the best thing to make for our first coloring page was a printable coloring page to draw your own succulent garden!
If you color one in, be share to share it with us on facebook, or tag us with #wearplantscolors on instagram! Click on the image below to download a printable PDF!
We're super excited to announce that Wearable Planter is in this month's issue of Atlanta Magazine in their article about Atlanta's growing 3D printing industry! Big thanks to Barry Yeoman for writing a great article, and to Gregory Miller for photos!
The article appears in the November issue of Atlanta Magazine and is on newsstands now.
Every Saturday Pottery Barn hosts a pop-up shop to highlight local artists! Saturday September 24, from 12-4pm we will be at the Pottery Barn at Lenox Square Mall for a pop-up shop! We'll have jewelry, bike planters and more! Come say hello and get some plant jewelry!
We're excited to announce a new stockist where you can find an assortment of our jewelry and bike planters! Historic New Harmony, at the Atheneum in New Harmony Indiana is our newest stockist!
Allison at Historic New Harmony writes about the store, "It is housed in a building designed by internationally acclaimed architect Richard Meier, the Atheneum. Many of the galleries, as well as the observation deck overlooking the town and the Wabash River, can be used for receptions, small meetings, and cocktail events. The stunning building, which serves as the Visitors Center for New Harmony, houses exhibits on the communal history of New Harmony, a large theater where an orientation film on the town is shown, and the Museum Shop. Items in this shop are one of kind, handmade items meant to be adored by visitors.
New Harmony IN is a great little town on the Wabash River that served as two separate communal living experiments. First settled in 1816 by George Rapp, then purchased by in 1825. The town provided the first free library and public school system.
Currently residents of the town use golf carts to travel around and enjoy the quaint community which has connections to being utopia."
You can learn more about Historic New Harmony, the Atheneum designed by Richard Meier, and the town's history at: https://www.usi.edu/outreach/historic-new-harmony
We've got a new bike planter for you to add some blooms to your green ride, and carry some flora on your bike rides this summer! The Topple Bike Planter is based on the design of one of our most popular necklaces, and we thought it would make a fun and stylish addition to your bike!
Right now this planter is available in yellow and coral, but we're hoping to make it in more colors soon. What new colors would you like to see this planter in?