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Six Indigenous brands supported for the month of November

What was inside for November?

Every month brings you a custom-curated 12-16 page booklet - $14.95

Researched, written, and produced monthly by our Founder, Kayla Cartledge, this topical information booklet deep dives into relevant cultural heritage, upcoming Indigenous artists, political information, and trending topics.


Washi Tape 10m - RRP $5.95

This pretty paper tape features artwork by Indigenous Australian artist Natalie Jade. It's removable and repositionable, so can be used for lots of decorating and craft projects. Earth Greetings Washi tape has so many creative uses which are only limited by your imagination!

The tape is made from Japanese Washi paper with a 95% recycled paper core, which can be recycled after use. The box is made from 100% recycled board and the packaging is plastic-free.

We have offset the life cycle of this product including importation freight making it carbon neutral.

Washi tape has a vegan adhesive made from water and a synthetic polymer, and we have been unable to verify whether it's safe for home composting. Small amounts of masking tape are usually ok to be put out with your paper recycling, and washi tape is similar. We recommend checking with your local council first if you're not sure.

2022 Natalie Jade Planner - RRP $39.95

How do you want to feel in 2022?

Our 2022 Planner is more than something to keep track of dates and appointments, it's a tool that invites more inspiration, mindfulness, and kindness into your life. Full colour artwork by intuitive Indigenous artist Natalie Jade will inspire you every day, and monthly support pages allow you to begin each month with renewed positive intentions and gratitude.

Karen Gibbs Christmas Decorations - RRP $3

Is it Christmas already? Well, not really - but it's certainly time to start thinking about it!  

If you're wanting to start decorating as soon as possible, and keen to support Indigenous businesses at the same time, we've got you covered. 

Check out these gorgeous decorations by Indigenous artist Karen Gibbs.