Tacky Trash

I mentioned in another blog post about meeting a friend from Twitter this past Saturday.  Sarah is a talented artisan in her own right.  A graduate of Meredith University with a degree in Art, she is artsy and gifted in ways I can only dream about.  I think a part of me may be slightly envious that she has the time to do all these great crafts.  She not only showed me her fantastic flower hair clips, but she also told me about a new product she’s planning to add to her line, as well as the rugs she has recently learned to make using old sheets and pillow cases.  I’m telling ya, this lady has TaLeNt!

My older daughter wearing her new hair clip by Tacky Trash

 Sarah brought some of her creations to show me, and I found a hair clip that I knew my daughter would love.  It’s got some great colors that go with several of her outfits and, as I could have predicted, she planned her outfit for Sunday’s church services around her new clip.

You can find Sarah’s other hair creations at her Etsy shop, and if you live in the Wilmington, NC and Cape Fear area, you can find her lovely clips at The Boutique on Castle.

Know an artisan or crafter who deserves a shameless plug or shout-out?  Make sure to tell them how much you appreciate their work.

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Hi! Sara here! I'm the CEO and Master Artisan here at Coastal Carolina Soap Co. I started out as a hobbyist and started Sara's Soaps 'n Such, which I owned for 14 years. Coastal Carolina Soap Co. was borne out of my love for the North Carolina coast and its natural beauty, and we're bringing that beauty to you in our soaps and body products.

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