Washington’s Susan Hyde has teamed up with a skin care products company to promote her wares this holiday season. Scroll down to the bottom of the Alaffia page to see her work.

The company donates $10 for every Angel or Accessory sold to the Alaffia Fousena Fund. The “sustainable skin care” products are sold online and at Whole Foods stores. Nice marketing.

Susan’s added a few items on her site and her new page of madonnas is wonderful. Take a look.

I forgot to say that yesterday’s link came to us via Ronna Weltman.

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  • reply Toby ,

    Susan’s work is wonderful… her caning is awe inspiring. And obviously she is a good human being as well.

    • reply Trina Williams ,

      Susan’s faux fabric class was one of the most interesting I ever took and now I am inspired to go make some more!

      • reply Beverlyjane ,

        The moment I saw this link to Susan’s work, I knew that I had seen it before. Her art is so distinctive and obviously beautiful. It is a blessing to be able to see her creations. God Bless,

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