I have a moon of my own and it makes a brilliant pot mat. Actually it makes a great coaster, dish and photo prop for my shop too!
My moon is designed by Fine Little Day. Have you heard of them before? It started of as Elisabeth Dunker’s blog, and before long, droves of people were falling in love with her posts. Today the blog is accompanied by line of lovely things for the home, that are sold across the world, as well as directly from their online shop. I really like their description of themselves;
“Fine Little Day is a sprawling and happily inconsistent company and blog based in Gothenburg, Sweden. Our ambition is to create and offer quality design and crafts for children and young-at-heart adults. “
I love my moon. It feels strong and sturdy and didn’t chip when I accidentally dropped it. I like that it is so detailed and I can stare at it for long moments getting lost for a while in the craters scattered across it. I’ve always enjoyed the moons lambent glow and thought it no wonder that the ancient Japanese built moon watching pavilions where they could contemplate its beauty and lustrous shadow play. I quite fancy a moon tray now. Or perhaps, I shall have a mountain tray! A mountain of my own.
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