January 11, 2022 0 Comments
Pictured above are just some of the tie-dyes I made to give as gifts to family & friends this year.
Yet another year of completely failing to crank out any Thanksgiving, Black Friday & Cyber Monday, or Christmas content in time for the holidays, but this year for good reason...thanks to a mega commission for a couple hundred custom tie dye tees!
Since my previous WBDITDOD blog entry, I've had a few more requests to replicate some of my Mindscape designs in different sizes and/or shirt styles, below I'll share a few I remembered to snap some halfway decent pictures of.
Okay, this was seriously the highlight of my entire month. I'll try to keep this story short and to the point (but, fun fact: I have a bad habit of making short stories long instead).
But alongside the blank, white jersey was a big 'ol bag of salmon jerky. SALMON JERKY!? As much as I love jerky, I'd never even heard of such a thing. It probably never would've crossed my mind that salmon jerky even existed otherwise.
Even amidst my state of jerky-induced-joy, I couldn't help but take notice of the sheer uniqueness of the gift. So naturally, I sent an email to inquire: "Is this from your own small business, or do you play a role in producing it, etc?"
And as a result of a government treaty which grants the Yurok tribe the exclusive ability to fish via netting, combined with the vast quantities of salmon required to produce the dried fish and jerky commercially (which can only be acquired via netting), the Yurok tribe are the sole producers of this salmon jerky (though I'm unsure if that's regionally, nationally, globally, etc - I'll look more into this and update to clarify if I find an answer).
You can learn more about Klamath USA's smoked salmon and fish products at klamathusa.com (*UPDATE - as of February 2022, the website appears to not be up and running). Or, if you're local to, or will be visiting the Klamath, CA area, it can also be found at the Woodland Villa Country Market.
OH! And all of my fellow tie dye lovers, this ones for YOU: Check out my new blog post featuring an in-depth review of the NEW Dharma Trading Co. dye color, Magenta Galactica! Or, explore all of my content about Fiber Reactive Dyes specifically — including swatches of my entire dye collection!
Also, don't forget to check back every Monday to discover a fresh batch of Psychedelic Mindscape designs for #MINDSCAPEMONDAY!
January 18, 2022 0 Comments
Revealing my first impressions, initial thoughts and overall opinion on the brand NEW Dharma Trading Co. Fiber Reactive Dye color thats available now: Magenta Galactica!
Exclusively in this blog post is: a detailed, in-depth review accompanied by an abundance of demonstrative images, true-to-color swatches of Magenta Galactica sampled on 100% cotton — featuring both tie-dyed and ice-dyed examples + much, much more!
December 30, 2021 0 Comments
October 12, 2021 0 Comments
Welcome to the digital destination of your dreams! Paradisiac Psychedelic Handmade Goods is the online, one of a kind oasis of tie dye design. This 'lil solopreneurship all began as shop beachbumtiedye (which later changed to detroittiedyeco) on Etsy. Then, shortly after migrating to Shopify in late 2017, evolved to become the present day and here to stay: #PARADISIACDYES
As a true one-person-operation still to this day, this is seriously as small as small business gets!
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