Wednesday, November 30, 2011

These two collections are dedicated to my grandmothers.

Just to tell them how much I love them :)...

They are not here anymore, but I am sure they would love it.
Anyway, they are still alive, very strong in my heart!

This collection "Mandeka" Is dedicated to my Mandeka's grandmas.

My grand parents place is such a place of comfort and love for me. I felt like a princess with them!

Mandeka means people from the Mande (Mande is an ancient culture located in west Africa)

This collection is made of true indigo fabric, and hand dyed batik fabric which is a specialty of the women of my tribe.
Indigo is usually used in marriage ceremonies, and indigo as well as other type of fabrics and jewelry and gold would be given to the bride as a "trousseau".

This collection "Granny" is dedicated to my french grandma.

She was such a sweet woman, and would always make handmade dolls for us, and send us sweet candies. She had one of the most beautiful garden I have ever seen!
She had a lovely house which she took good care of.

The type of hand embroidered linen hemp cloth or metis ( half linen half cotton ) fabrics that I used for this collection was usually given to them the day they married, and they would give them to their daughters as a "trousseau" when it is their turn to marry.

Monday, November 14, 2011

New accessories design, new shop.

I am so happy and proud to introduce my new line of accessories for women. Brand new and unique hats and handbags designs!!! I was afraid I would never be ready for the holiday season, but finally here they are,,,,TADAM!!
These are a few sample, but you can view the whole line at This is my new shop where I will be listing women accessories. My home decor product can still be found at

A few hats.....

And some handbags!

Thursday, November 10, 2011

One good reason to buy Angel's hair creations :)

In case you needed one. LOL.

I have been watching 2 interesting movies, both treating the same subject in a different manner:

The first one is the award-winning documentary "Collapse" directed by reporter Chris Smith featuring whistleblower Michael Ruppert.

The second one is also an award-winning documentary " A crude awakening" directed by Basil Gelpke and Ray McCormack.

These two movies tell about the end of the oil era, the human civilization as we have known it for the past century, and the beginning of a new human civilization which will have to be by essence (with no more oil) based on different values.
We have started experiencing these changes, and we want the change to be the best possible.

So here is the idea: Buy at, and you will be sure to have quality handmade products made of natural cotton or linen ( yes mam :) or made with recycled fabric from an era when oil was barely known ( Yes mam :).....

(Plus you will have the great satisfaction to have contributed to my "clean energy organic farm project in africa).
How good is that :)?

And in case this marketing strategy doesn't work,....I will make sure to make a career change as an advertising specialist :)
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