Super colorful summer spent working out of Hands on Pottery in Victoria, B.C.! I tried out some new glazes and experimented more with adding little items and painting a bit more than usual. Overall, such an inspiring and productive summer in a truly beautiful place. I can’t wait to go back at the end of December!
It was also very exciting to introduce The Munbeibi Club in August. This is a quarterly subscription plan that delivers 4 exclusive Munbeibis to your door with each change of season! I’m so looking forward to making special sculptures for subscribers, and can’t wait to hear your thoughts.
We’re so excited to introduce The Munbeibi Club!
This is a subscription service with four surprise full-size Munbeibis delivered to your front door each season. With free shipping, each box will contain a seasonally themed, unique Munbeibi totem. The pieces you receive will be exclusive to the Munbeibi Club.
In addition, each club member will receive a complimentary mini-cake-girl Munbeibi totem for their birthday! Just enter your birthday month into the form at checkout.
If this is a gift, let us know and we’ll be sure to leave any invoicing out of the packages. If you’d like the gift recipient to receive an email when their subscription has been sent, enter their email address into the “Is this a gift” section at checkout!
Please use the code “CLUB” at checkout to utilize free shipping.
When you subscribe, you will receive the current season’s Munbeibi totem:
SPRING: March, April, May (flower crowns, ribbons, etc.)
SUMMER: June, July, August (pool floaties, fruits, etc.)
AUTUMN: September, October, November (crows, cozy sweaters, books, etc.)
WINTER: December, January, February (fur hats and coats, valentines, etc.)
You will receive an email when each of your Munbeibi Club totems have been shipped.
The Munbeibi Story
Once upon a time, 238,900 miles from here, the Moon was made up of hundreds of little pieces of moon (rather than one big chunk). Those little pieces were called Munbeibis. They spent their time floating along with each other, observing comets and stars. They were generally known to be calm and contented creatures, but (as happens with many humans) some of the Moon Babes began to wonder what life was like in other places, such as on that big blue and green rock their world constantly circled...
A few years ago, a small convoy of Munbeibis decided to set out from their lunar orbit to investigate Earth. After much travel and exploration, the Munbeibis settled in the forests and seashores of our planet, preferring the company of trees and stars to city life, marveling at the lush greenery and shifting water. Sometimes, they set out from their hiding places to say hello to a special human or two, to bring you wisdom from the cosmos, fruits, cakes and flowers, and a little warm company.