New New New!
Posted on August 08 2017
Am I the only one who thinks Summer FLEW by?!?! I have yet to take my paddle board out once this summer and fall decor is already out in the big box stores. I'm OK with anything that smells like pumpkin spice though, so I will move on....
After taking a small break this summer to regroup and organize, I am ready to launch some NEW ARRIVALS! That's right-- new designs, new colors and some fun new packaging!
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Are you ready to see some of what I have in store for you? Pick your chin up off the ground, Lady, here we go!
The "Feed the World" Tee has a powerful message behind it, and it couldn't be more adorable. I have always had a strong passion for agriculture and communicating the source of our food to the public. In a world of distrust, we must band together to educate our friends, family and consumers. "Feed the World" is printed on a blanket soft triblend unisex tee that you will want to layer up for the coming fall weather. The modern design is simple yet farmhouse chic and can easily be paired with some distressed denim or a cozy flannel.
Next up, we have the hand-illustrated "Sow the Seeds" tee in a triblend unisex v-neck.
The phrase came to me while vacuuming, actually, and I fell in love with its deeper meaning.
We live in a world of instant gratification, and too often we forget all good things are worth waiting for, much like what the farmer does every spring. The farmer plants a seed, prays for rain, thinks positive thoughts, and is encouraged the seed will rise from the ground and become a plentiful crop.
And the last of our new arrivals for this week, includes my ever favorite saying, "Adulting is Overrated."
I once made a shirt with this phrase and wore it in the Chicago O'Hare airport. I've never received so many shout outs from strangers in my life.
"Amen!" One frazzled mother said in the security line as she juggled three children under the age of 10.
"Damn Right!" A young man in a business suit cried out as we crossed paths in the terminal.
Countless others shouted out as I would pass by in my messy bun and yoga pants.
If you ever want to meet a bunch of strangers in a crowded place, you should buy this shirt- just sayin'.
The next few weeks will be filled with more new arrivals, so check back often to see more of your new favorites from Rosebud's.
ALL PHOTOGRAPHY BY LIBBY HEATON PHOTOGRAPHY