BOTANICUS FOR THE HOME

By |2014-12-07T21:47:41-05:00September 30, 2013|Shopping|

For anyone coming to this page since June of 2014 (it is now December 2014):
PLEASE NOTE
Botanicus Products are no longer manufactured or sold by the company. I have looked all over to see if they will be back in business, but it seems they are gone….for good. The website, Botanicus, has been bought by another company who has assumed the name. These are not the same products.
I am SO SORRY, as I know you are. They were wonderful products. I have had many, many requests from readers, but I cannot do anything more as there is no way to reach them.
I am truly sorry.
Here is my original post:
Botanicus Products
are made in the U.S.
But that is just one reason I love them.. I discovered them several years ago at a small store at Reagan Airport in Washington, D.C. and bought some of the small candles. Then I saw the booth and met the owners at the New York Gift Show (back in the days when I walked those aisles for hours and hours…).
I am not a “home scent” person. I don’t like anything too perfumy or fruity or cloying or…well…or almost any scent at all. Any candles I use […]

RAINBOW OF COLOR: GIFTS FOR THE HOLIDAYS

By |2014-12-14T17:21:44-05:00December 9, 2009|Color, Holiday, Shopping|

So many colors to choose from! Each of these items displays on the page so well, with its rainbow of colors.

First,these from the MOMA catalog and in their stores:

Rainbow 1

Masking tape: Who would have thought?

Rainbow 3
Love love love this necklace: see my earlier post of November 24.

Rainbow 2

Rainbow 4

From Crate & Barrel:
Rainbow 5

From Botanicus: This is my very favorite source for fragrant candles… I’m NOT a big fan of scented candles. period. But these are spectacular! My favorite is the Green Tea, and I believe it is their best seller. Also, these are MADE IN THE UNITED STATES! Right in Maryland.

Candle-jar-group

From the Museum of Craft and Folk Art in San Francisco:

I was here in October and saw the “Open Source Embroidery” show (there until January 24, 2010). I highly recommend it. And, their gift shop is a wonderful source for hand made accessories, jewelry, paper etc.

Multi color key chains:

Keychains

Hand blown glass:

Rainbow 6

Bowls from Craft Museum

How about these kitchen helpers […]

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