Women Who Work

As you may or may not have heard, in addition to a global pandemic, Utah was hit by an earthquake yesterday morning. It was the largest in 20 years. Needless to say, we’re all a bit more shaken up (no pun intended) than we were and prepping for even more on the way.

That’s all to say that we need a bright spot through all of this, amiright?! And we’ve been prepping one for a few weeks now that we’re excited to share with you.

The opportunity presented itself to focus on the amazing creative women we are surrounded by in our online community because, hello! It’s National Craft Month AND National Women’s Month. As inspired by our Women Who Work poster by our beloved Print Shop artist, Libby VanderPloeg, we have selected a woman who represents some of the women in the poster and will be highlighting them over the next week. There’s the plant caretaker, the printmaker, the gardener, the artist, and ceramicist…

The goal is to provide a resource for you to be inspired and empowered and take your next step to what you believe you should be doing and in the mean time, applaud and cheer on those who are leading the way.

To celebrate, we are offering 15% off the entire Libby collection with code WOMENWHOWORK at our Print Shop here.

Stay tuned!

 

 

 

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