pigeon toe + shanna murray limited edition collaboration


I’m a sucker for collaborations that lead to special editions. This limited edition holiday ornament line is the handiwork of Lisa from Pigeon Toe and Shanna Murray. I love the way Shanna’s playful lettering fits so perfectly on the sweet round ceramic shapes. They feel like little porcelain drops that come bearing good tidings. Lisa will be selling these at this weekend’s Portland Bazaar, so if you’re in town please stop by and come check them out in person ($26 each). If you’re not in the Portland area, stay tuned- Lisa will share any remaining ornaments online after the Bazaar is over. I’ll update the post as soon as they are. Thanks to Shanna for the tip! xo, grace

*Stay tuned for the Portland Bazaar‘s full DIY class/demo schedule and book signing lineup today at 12pm!



  1. Ruth says:

    These are stunning!

  2. Precious! The hand of that penmanship is perfect with the scale and shape of these little ornament/vessels.

    I wish I lived considerably closer to Portland (for so many reasons… but so that I could check out he bazaar!) Will these be available for sale online too?

  3. MH says:

    I need them. Any update on if the leftovers (assuming they didn’t all find homes) from the Bazaar are for sale on-line??

  4. Corrie Anne says:

    I love this collaboration so so much. Is there anywhere I can buy it online? I really want to. I have a friend who would love it as a gift!

  5. Calli says:

    Since they were sold out at the Bazaar, maybe take names for next year??? Would love to place an on-line order.

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