“Green” Vintage Flair to Inspire

Green has gone Vintage Glam!

ThreadBeaur is a true gemstone-of-a-company. It glistens and sparkles and shines an inspiring light right through your computer monitor. A company created with the sole mission to take old discarded fabric and create with it practical, useful, and gorgeous creations. The designs of Carrie Fountain are proof that you can be both earth friendly and fashionable. I was completely inspired by her fabulous “green-flair!”

A professed “thrift-store” enthusiast, Carrie finds inspiration for her works of art from vintage fabrics. In her own words:

“The best fabric is that with a history, some old sheets that the owners no longer stretch across the mattress, they make perfect cloth grocery bags. Floor length vintage drapes, that have found themselves hanging lifeless in the thrift store, I will rescue them and make them something special again.”

ThreadBeaur offers a range of vintage-patterned gems like these Eco-Friendly Coffee Sleeves.

When I received my Coffee Sleeve from ThreadBeaur I was equally impressed with both the quality and the design. The thickness of the fabric ensures that it does it’s job– keeps my hand from burning when I go and grab my morning latte. The well-sewn design enables me to reuse this sleeve over and over, eliminating my waste of the cardboard sleeves provided at the coffee shops. And lastly, the vintage chic print allows me to show off a bit of fashion flair myself, what more could you ask for?!

Ohhh I know, how about fabulous vintage chic Cloth Grocery Bags— because ThreadBeaur has got those too!

ThreadBeaur is not only helping us be a bit more earth-friendly but also encouraging us to show off our personalities a bit while we are at it. So, grab your coffee sleeve and grocery bag and head out for the day, the earth will thank you and you just might find your own fashion flair!

Carrie is SO fabulous that she is giving one reader a chance to win a Coffee Sleeve of their own. If you win, she’ll choose a fabulous pattern for you to show off, over and over again (that’s the point remember?)!

Winner! Congrats to Dawn!

Here are your random numbers:


Timestamp: 2009-01-31 22:52:09 UTC

11 Comments on “Green” Vintage Flair to Inspire

  1. Dawn
    January 20 at 6:26 am (9 years ago)

    I like the USA coffee sleeve and the red and white floral bag. This is such a wonderful thing.

    Dawn’s last blog post..Why Hiring a SMVA Helps You

  2. Catherine @ Evolving Mommy
    January 20 at 2:17 pm (9 years ago)

    I like the Coffee Sleeve from Vintage Drapery. The orange colors are great. Thanks for the chance!

    Catherine @ Evolving Mommy’s last blog post..Shepherd’s Pie

  3. Samm
    January 20 at 8:42 pm (9 years ago)

    I LOVE the vintage fabric coffee sleeve and the fancy floral shopping bag. Both fabrics are gorgeous!

  4. wendiwinn
    January 21 at 7:44 pm (9 years ago)

    hahhah! i love the deviled ham coffee sleeve! i often cannot tell the difference between coffee and deviled ham – so it’s perfect.

    thanks for a great giveaway.

    wendiwinn on etsy.

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  5. Marigold
    January 21 at 9:10 pm (9 years ago)

    I am all over the Deviled Ham Coffee Sleeve. Why? Because it makes you stop, and pause, and maybe scratch your head a little and say to yourself, “What the heck is that? What does it mean?”

    I do not have an answer to these questions, of course, but that’s half the fun.

  6. Angela
    January 22 at 11:23 pm (9 years ago)

    I love the striped Coffee Sleeve. I think that is such a great idea! I don’t drink coffee, but I would use it as a “huggie” for a cold drink.

    Angela’s last blog post..Time For A Giveaway!

  7. Heidi
    January 23 at 8:19 pm (9 years ago)

    I love the Deviled Ham coffee sleeve – adorable and strange!

    Heidi’s last blog post..One World One Heart

  8. Amanda
    January 25 at 3:00 pm (9 years ago)

    I love the striped coffee warmer in her shop!
    Great use of reused fabrics to be able to be loved again! I love giving new life to old objects :O)

    Amanda’s last blog post..Want to be featured?

  9. erin, maker of chimes
    January 25 at 5:27 pm (9 years ago)

    I’ve been eyeing the bags that she makes for a while now! I love the vintage patterns on the fabrics.

    dinnertimechimes at aol dot com

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