Garden Of Life - Beach Towel
Garden Of Life - Beach Towel
Garden Of Life - Beach Towel
Garden Of Life - Beach Towel

Garden Of Life - Beach Towel

Regular price $30.00

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Linger in the sunshine on the new beach towels.

This towel features Emily's original artwork titled “Eternal Bloom.” It is part of the Linger collection. Learn More about the Linger collection here.

In the garden of “Eternal Bloom” we hold onto a cherished presence that touched our lives deeply, but left us too short. It meets us with sorrow and joy, blooming lasting marks, as we remember a life that so beautifully changed ours. 


One size 

Black lining with inside divider

Assembled in the USA from globally sourced parts

  30" × 60" 36" × 72"
Length, in 30.00 36.00
Height, in 60.00 72.00


This towel is printed and shipped directly to you to save on shipping fees, local pick up is not available for this item. We hope your purchase puts a smile on your face. All sales are final. If you are unhappy with your order, please send us a message and we’ll do our best to resolve the issue. Please Keep in mind that each piece is Printed to order, once you place the order, Emily’s artwork is printed on the item and sent directly to you. 

Wearable, Useable, Art.

Beauty + Function

Each product is created by hand, with real life in mind. Every piece is made to be worn or used so you can easily add a little bit of art to your every day life. Learn more about the creative process and how each design comes to life.

Peek My Process

Happy Customers

Emily’s pottery is the best! I love the earrings she makes. They are always on trend, yet unique, and I love how light they are. Supporting a local mom is such a special thing and a feeling one can’t get when buying from a big box store.

Erin Bavington 

The pottery workshops that I have done with Emily have been great! She provided all the materials we needed plus the clay. She gave us some instructions and then encouraged us to be creative. She was energetic and gave us some great suggestions as we worked. 

Christine Baker