Tuesday, January 05, 2010

Cori Kindred: Handmade









cori kindred is a crafty girl from portland, oregon who loves using old stuff to make new things, taking pictures using vintage cameras and stashing pinecones around her house like a squirrel.

I just discovered the beautiful work of Cori Kindred! You really must visit her shop to check out all her beautiful handmade items. She also has a vintage store on etsy so make sure you go have a look at that as well. I'm in love with every item this girl sells!

20 comments:

  1. old maps and vibrant leaves=eye candy.

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  2. Love it, especially the last picture! I like!

    :)

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  3. I'm always in awe of people who are so crafty...if only!

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  4. Aww, it's all so sweet! Thank you for posting, I'm smitten!

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  5. I really like the photo of the map. It reminds me that we need to get to Europe!

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  6. Beautiful work! Thanks for sharing! :)

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  7. love everything

    lovelove,
    http://marissaexplains.blogspot.com

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  8. COOL COOL COOL COOL COOL!!!!!!!!!! :) LOVE THEM ALL!!! :)

    http://misspennylane-valeria.blogspot.com/

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  9. "stashing pinecones around her house like a squirrel"
    i love pinecones! Once i stayed in a holiday house that was filled with vintage decor and there was a massive pinecone on the end of the staircase railing. It was so cool.
    :)
    Pearl x

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  10. I adore the last two pictures ! Gonna have a look to her store, thx for sharing :)

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  11. aw, such an honor to be on your gorgeous blog. thank you!!

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  12. Beautiful!! I love the 3rd picture.

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  13. that woman rocks. i bought some stuff from her etsy shop and i just love them!

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  14. Her things are beautiful! I wish she had a Flickr.

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  15. love love love! especially the first one

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  16. lovely, i'm really into anything vintage too lately!

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  17. Really cool. I'm from Portland too. :)

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