I'll tell you about these decorations in a second but - remember Bumpits?
"Oh boy. What is she talking about now? Please tell me this isn't going to be a lecture on the hair-volumizing insert from the 90s."
I'll be brief. Here's the thing: a little bit of plastic really elevated your look and said "Why yes, I am a person of style and panache. Thank you for noticing."
What if a little bit of plastic could do the same for your home?
"Okay. Do you really want to compare your product to Bumpits? You should rethink this."
Fair. These 14" tassels are a vibrant bit of frivolity that can make every lamp look a little fancier, every piece of furniture a little less Swedish-self-assembly and any present look like a little more "The biggest gift would be from me..."
We also have them on almost every door handle in our homes. They also look grand on walls, car rear view mirrors and or as a kick-ball-change to shake up your gallery wall. It's the sort of item you can feature in your own home for a bit and then wrap and take to a friend as a housewarming gift. Thank you for being a friend.
P.S. We're happy to DM you a photo of two colors next to each other if you're having trouble deciding.
The tassels, or pompones, are handcrafted by a lovely lady called Silvia Navarro, in the city of Oaxaca, Mexico. Señora Navarro has a small storefront by the zocalo, where she sells toys and other birthday essentials. Señora has been making the tassels going on 10 years now so rest assured, she knows how to tassel!
We paid $6 per tassel (not including shipping fees.) When all is said and done, we're making about $2 on each tassel. "Uh, I don't think you're supposed to tell us how much profit you're making." Maybe not. But maybe more companies should tell you how they're spending your money.
It's important to us that you know that we are always trying to use our little store to promote and benefit other small businesses.
We continue to prioritize working with female, LGBTQIA and BIPOC artists and creators and paying them what they deserve.