Friendship: Face to Face Designs

I get by with a little help from my friendsA close friend sent dievca a note telling her about a boutique opening in the Midwest, including a photo of some kitchen towels with clean and honest graphics that she thought dievca would like.  After getting the touch from her friend, dievca has realized something about herself — she’s strong enough to carry herself through on her own, but she does much better with friends standing beside her.

dievca doesn’t have a million friends, just a few exceptionally close friends (yes, she includes Master in the “friend” category, too.) So, when she saw these towels in her friend’s photo, she had to smile. Something simple, but fun for her kitchen (or bathroom).

These towels come from St. Simon’s Island in Georgia and to use the owners own words:

Born in our garage- from desperation that led to inspiration- each piece is one of a kind and is the result of the combined talents of John and Brigitte McKeown. We are guided and directed by our priceless partners in crime, Chrissy Johnston, Michelle Bruce and Bonney Shuman.

It sounds like they got by with a little help from their friends, too.

http://www.facetofacedesigns.com

More Issues Than Vogue Hand TowelsMy Momma Said
Dear George No Man is a FailureI told my Therapist about you.


13 Comments on “Friendship: Face to Face Designs”

  1. Pelelotus says:

    What a great idea. From the perspective, if you do not like something/one. Have it on some toilet paper and wipe your bum with them…. X

  2. Very cool. I’d see them more in my bathroom though. xxx

    • dievca says:

      I think some of the towels are made from “flour sack” fabric which are like traditional bar towels for glasses (a heavy gauze) – others like a terry cloth hand towel. So, wherever they work best! 😉

  3. hispetitelle says:

    How fun! I enjoy humor in the bathroom.

  4. stylentonic says:

    haha love this! xxx

  5. GREAT one liners….the Vogue one, especially…

    • dievca says:

      That’s the one my friend focused on when she sent me the photo — but I went off on a thinking tangent about friendship because I saw the “friendship” one in the background. Personally, I like the “My Momma said”. 🙂


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