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Coffee with my purple lupine wildflower scarf

purple lupine wildflower scarf handmade green mountain mug

Starting the day off right with one of my favorite coffee mug made by Theresa Otto. It features our local Eastern Sierra mountain range! Do you have her handmade pottery? You can find them at Inyo Council for the Arts, Mono Arts Council and at local art shows.

And it happens to match my Purple Lupine Wildflower scarf. I designed this scarf with my photo of lupines blooming just up the hill in Bodie, overlooking this popular California ghost town. Today, I tied the corners of this long scarf together and wrapped it around my neck like an infinity scarf… such an easy way to wear it, especially for shorter ones.

Thanks for stopping by. I hope your day is a creative one with a good dose of the great outdoors!

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Wildflowers colorful summer scarf with white tank top and skirt

WIldflowers silky summer scarf with white tank top

The perfect summer outfit – white tank top and skirt, some cute sandals, and a beautiful wildflower bouquet scarf! These natural beauties show off their vibrant colors around your neck. And once the temps cool off when the sun sets, wrap the soft fabric around your shoulders as a shawl. This makes an easy outfit for a summer wedding or a fun gathering of friends at the brewery!

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Mono Lake at Sunset summer scarf in purples, pinks and blue hues

I just finished this new summer scarf with my photo of an amazing Mono Lake sunset. I’m really happy to have found a way to make these longer scarves with my photos! It’s so fun to wear a piece of the Eastern Sierra and it makes me excited to do more of what I love – designing functional things from my nature photography.

This has become my go-to scarf – it is fun to wrap a beautiful sunset in the forest around my shoulders or neck. It goes with so much in my closet, too – blacks, pinks, purples. Where do you see yourself wearing this to?

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Picnic Weather in February?! Grab the Deer in Golden Aspen Tote Bag and Head Outdoors

Pack up a nice picnic in this scene of foraging deer among the golden aspen trees year-round with this handmade tote bag by Wild Onion Creations

All set to enjoy a picnic by the partial frozen stream under the pine trees and bare aspens. Who would’ve thought we’d be having 70 degree days in winter. Can this really be February? Might as well enjoy the gorgeous weather by packing up a nice lunch and water bottle in my handcrafted deer tote bag and head for the outdoors.

These bags are also really handy for corralling layers of clothes in case winter decides to show up – beanie, gloves, a light sweater. I like to be prepared for whatever conditions we find when we get there!

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4 Easy Ways to Wear the Death Valley Sand Dunes Infinity Scarf

4 ways to wear blue and tan handmade infinity scarves

Infinity scarves are great fashion accessories for their no-fuss way of wearing – no need to figure out ways to tie it! Just throw the scarf, like this handcrafted Death Valley Sand Dunes infinity scarf, over your head and go. Wear one to accent outfits from dressy to casual and that style easily from work to going out for an evening with your friends.

Try out these quick and easy ways to wear an infinity scarf (click images below for how to get that look):

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