Inspiration

2018 Full Moons – September Vine Moon

This year’s September full moon is the traditional Harvest Moon, being the closest full moon to the Autumn Equinox (September 22). But in our monthly moon series, we’ve borrowed the names from the Celtic Tree calendar, so we’re calling it by another name – the Vine Moon!

Because the moon is lower in the sky during the fall season, it can appear orange or red in color. The moon’s proximity to the horizon also makes it appear larger – a total optical illusion, but awesome nonetheless.

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2018 Full Moons – August

The August full moon goes by many names: Sturgeon Moon, Corn Moon, Wort Moon, Grain Moon, and Hazel Moon. The different names for full moons come from different cultures, histories, philosophies, and places. In our monthly moon series, we’ve borrowed the names from the Celtic Tree calendar.

This month’s Hazel Moon (named after the Celtic Tree of Wisdom) aligns perfectly with back-to-school season!

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Soul Flower Sticker Display Ideas

Soul Flower recently released our new stickers featuring sayings and graphics from our best selling t-shirt designs. A few of our favorite shops and boutiques have purchased these stickers to carry for their customers and we recently heard this question: How can we display these in our shop? Well, this blog is for you! Here are a few DIY Retail POP sticker display ideas. We hope you find a great way to show off your Soul Flower Stickers! (more…)

Convertible Skirt: Our Multi-Wear Skirt

This season, we are introducing our Multiwear Skirt, a convertible skirt that converts from a skirt to a dress to a top and features an optional foldover waist.There’s something amazing about a piece of clothing that is versitile enough you can wear it in more than one way. Plus, it is also made from super soft organic cotton and is Fair Trade Certified! Check out our convertible skirt in its many forms (burgundy, indigo, black, printed or blank)…. but hurry because it is going fast!

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2018 Full Moons – July

We’re almost half-way between Summer Solstice (June 21) and Autumn Equinox (September 22). This time of year traditionally marks the beginning of harvest, both literally and metaphorically.

July’s full moon is also a total lunar eclipse! It will be the longest lunar eclipse of the 21st century, coming in just shy of the theoretical limit. Unfortunately it won’t be visible in North America, but pretty much every other place in the world will get to see it!

This month’s full moon is also known as Thunder Moon, since thunderstorms are so frequent during July. Fun fact: some of the stormiest areas in the US can see thunderstorms every single day in July! Top of the list is southern Florida, a few places in New Mexico, and a small region in southeast Arizona. Enjoy Mother Nature’s light show, but stay safe!
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2018 Full Moons – June

Riding on the energy of the Summer Solstice (June 21), the sunshine accompanying this June 28 full moon is the longest of the year. That means a long day of beautiful summer sunshine plus a short night of bright full moon. Get out there and enjoy the season!
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2018 Full Moons – May

As the sun fades away and the full moon illuminates the sky, take a moment to recharge and open your soul. This month’s moon ushers in the beginning of summer! That means longer days, shorter nights, and more time with your best buds!
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2018 Full Moons – April

April’s full moon is named after the willow tree. The willow grows best when there’s lots of rain (April showers!) and is associated with healing, growth, and protection. We hope spring is ramping up where you are. Enjoy the sunshine and the glow from this month’s full moon!
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Free Earth Day Coloring Page

Sunday, April 22, 2018 is Earth Day. To celebrate, here’s a free Earth Day coloring page you can print out and color in: good for adults or kids! Bonus points if you print on the back side of a recycled piece of paper 😉

Free Earth Day Coloring Page

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2018 Full Moons – March

Inspiration for the two full moons in March hints at the quickly-approaching spring season. Can you believe winter will soon be over?! The Spring Equinox lands on March 20, mid way between the two full moons. The equinox is a time of balance and equilibrium, and spring is a time for fresh beginnings and growth. Take some time to meditate on the changing of the seasons. Notice the little things that fill your heart with gratitude. Keep an eye on the sky and don’t let time pass you by without participating fully in your life. Hello, March!
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