InStyle Mag Names Umba Box “Best of the Web”

Read all about it!

What a great Friday it is in Umba-land!

We are SO thrilled (as you can imagine) that InStyle magazine has named Umba Box as “Best of the Web” in their November issue, which hits newsstands today! This is such a great honor not only for our small company, but also for the numerous small batch artisans we work with so closely. Read all about it here or go pick up the latest edition of InStyle!

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Umba Box partners with talented artists across the world to bring you the best of handmade. Each month subscribers receive a functional piece of art ranging from jewelry to home goods to bath products.

We have two tiers of boxes. At $25 per month, our Standard subscription is a great introduction to handmade products. For those that are passionate about handmade, our Limited Edition subscription ($49/month) brings higher-end products straight to your doorstep each month.

Subscribe today to receive the November Umba Box. (Shhh… a little hint: in November some lucky Standard box subscribers will receive a $49 value in their boxes, and a some Limited Edition subscribers will receive an $87 value in in their box!).

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*Discount is valid on Standard monthly recurring subscriptions and Standard prepaid subscriptions. Code expires on October 31st, 2013 at 11:59 PM PST. Not valid on Limited Edition subscriptions. Only valid on new subscriptions. Current subscribers who would like to purchase an additional new subscription should email support@umba.com to claim this discount. Not valid on shipping or taxes.

Sarah Gray

Born and raised in Georgia. Mom to my dog Max.
Lover of self expression and creativity.
Well rounded like a spoon.

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Luggage tag giveaway

Give your luggage something to smile about

Giving two products away is twice as nice! TWO lucky winners will be jet-setting with only the most stylist handmade luggage identification tags from Lovell Designs.

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  • Tags are made of out of 100% cotton canvas.
  • Using hand mixed, water-based dyes, patterns are silk-screened onto 100% cotton canvas one inch at a time.
  • All Lovell Designs products are designed, printed and manufactured, with love, in Toronto, Canada.

Here’s the 411 on the drawing below:

  • To enter below, simply answer a short multiple choice question. That’s it!
  • TWO winners will be chosen at random and announced after the drawing closes on Friday, October 18th at midnight EST.
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Sarah Gray

Born and raised in Georgia. Mom to my dog Max.
Lover of self expression and creativity.
Well rounded like a spoon.

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Get Involved: Host an Umba Trunk Show

Fill your home with handmade goodies!

Want to get involved with Umba, but can’t commit to being an Umbassador? Host a trunk show! Umbassador Ruthie is sharing some great insider tips and tricks to host a successful Umba trunk show.

So you’ve agreed to host an Umba trunk show…

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Listen. Do. Not. Stress. Hosting an Umba trunk show is easy, fun, and you get free stuff.  FREE STUFF, you guys! Here are a few simple steps to help make everything go smoothly.

First step? Send out invites with the details about your scheduled trunk show and “introduce” your friends to Umba and your Umbassador.

Your Umbassador will collaborate with you on the best outlets to send out invites, based on your networks. (And if you don’t consider yourself tech savvy, don’t worry! Your Umbassador is there to help!) For example, send out a quick evite or email blast with the event info as well as set up your trunk show as an event on Facebook. This can be the difference between 5 people attending your party or 50. That is $100 or possibly $1400. 5 hilarious stories told or 50. You get the picture.

Insider tip: Peek at the products. Tell your Umbassador which product and image you think would best appeal to your guests. Use that perfect product image to promote your trunk show.

I knew instantly that my friends would get a kick out of this:

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So naturally, it became the event photo. Everyone LOVED it! I can’t tell you how many people have asked how to buy the pillow or what else is available for purchase. The great thing about an Umba Trunk show is the variety of products and pictures to share with your friends and promote your trunk show. You could also use pictures of the men’s products, home decor, or Basik855 bags.

As soon as you and your Umbassador are able to send out invites, direct your guests to your Umbassador’s Facebook page or pass along any extra info that will help educate them. They can become familiar with Umba, feel like they know the brand and the Umbassador, and will be more likely to come.

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After the invites go out, create some buzz – It’s very likely that your Umbassador will post frequently on your event Facebook page, but it’s important for you to post, too.  Get people excited about coming. Talk about your favorite products, what you want to buy, who you want to buy for, etc. If you make it personal, your guests will see that and make it personal for themselves, too.

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Okay! So the day has arrived. Where do you start?

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First, start your day off right with coffee (might I suggest 1/2 pumpkin spice latte and 1/2 nonfat white mocha? You can thank me later).  If your party is an evening party, you do not have to stress out and clean your house all day long!

Insider tip: Figure out where to set up the products (more on this in a second), clean that area, clean your bathroom and kitchen, and close every other door in your house.  Easy peasy.

Next, think refreshments. You don’t have to spend a lot of money to entertain guests. You hopefully will have a pretty good feel for what your guests like, so accommodate them. If they are wine drinkers, pick up a bottle or two from the store the day or week before. If you have close friends coming and would be comfortable asking, ask if they could grab a bottle on the way.

Whip up a batch of mini muffins and fresh fruit. Not only will it make your house smell delicious, but it will give your guests something to munch. Cheese and fruit platter. Cookies. Pizza. Food from your favorite Thai restaurant down the street. It truly doesn’t matter what you have, just that you have something there to offer guests.

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Let’s talk about the best place for your Umbassador to set up the products in your space, shall we?

Natural light, friends!  Natural light is the best kind of light.  Look for spots next to big windows if you have them:

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Now I realize that, in the fall and winter, natural light is pretty nonexistent in the evening. That’s okay it won’t make or break your show. Move lamps around to create soft light, which is much better than overhead lighting.

Only you really know your space well enough to know where things should be set up. It’s okay to move furniture around to create the best space. Your Umbassador will set up the products for you, so you don’t need to worry about that. Make sure there is room for people to stand together and browse the products. You want enough space so that when guests handle products it doesn’t knock around other things on the table.

Insider tip: Pull out cake stands, platters, and anything else you have that might make the presentation a little prettier.  Check out the green cake stand below:

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I used it to display the Live Beautifully collection.  It was perfect — the items didn’t get lost in the bigger products and it was aesthetically pleasing.

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Drag end tables into your presentation space and utilize what you have.  You want everything to look clean and able to stand on their own — not just be one of a million things clustered together.  That’s overwhelming for your guests.

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Don’t forget –  when you’re choosing what to wear to host, dress to impress! Put on that pair of shoes you’ve been dying to wear but aren’t sure where to wear them. This is the place and now is the time.

(Check out these killer booties I scored at the Nordstrom anniversary sale. I paired them with a dress and an Umba necklace and was ready to rule the world. Or my Umba trunk show. Same thing.)

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Finally, enjoy yourself. Hosting a trunk show is fun! It’s a perfect excuse to get your friends together for dessert and wine or dinner and drinks. Laugh and talk and shop.

And at the end…your order’s on us.

Click here to discover more information about hosting an Umba trunk show.

Ruthie Prasil

I am a 28 year old mama to 5 kids ages infant - 8. We spend lots of time playing pretend, laughing, being silly, discovering new fashion and being hilariously awesome. ;)

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navy blue polka dot infinity scarf giveaway

Stay cute and cozy this fall!

GIVEAWAY time! TWO lucky lovelies will stay cute and cozy in this navy blue polka dot infinity scarf from Seven White Rabbits.

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  • Made of a soft synthetic knit fabric, the edges are finished with machine stitch so the knit will not fray.
  • This scarf measures about 18 inches wide, and about 60 inches around.
  • Handmade with pride in Los Angeles.

Here’s the 411 on the drawing below:

  • To enter below, simply answer a short multiple choice question. That’s it!
  • TWO winners will be chosen at random and announced after the drawing closes on Friday October 11th at midnight EST.
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Sarah Gray

Born and raised in Georgia. Mom to my dog Max.
Lover of self expression and creativity.
Well rounded like a spoon.

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I want to introduce you to Umba’s new fall collection

Settle in and cozy up to Umba's new fall line!

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You might have seen some recent changes around the Umba-verse as we rebrand Umba Box into something much bigger. During our two years of operation, we’ve taken a hard look at what Umba represents.  When we boiled it down, we realized that ultimately, Umba is about empowerment and inspiration. While our mission of uniting through creative discoveries that delight and inspire remains the same, we’re starting to take this ideal to the next level.

In just under two years, we’ve partnered with hundreds of amazingly talented artists who spent years refining their craft, sometimes spending hours making a single product, purely out of a love of what they do. Many artists we meet are often (rightfully) frustrated that their products aren’t getting the attention they deserve as they are facing fierce price competition. Markets have become oversaturated with artists. The Umba community is the voice for these artists, designers, producers, and illustrators, connecting them with a powerful marketing force who understands and appreciates the time-honored skills they practice.

This is a two sided equation of empowerment. In addition to empowering artists by connecting them with passionate consumers who value their work, Umba empowers a new class of entrepreneurs who recognize that they want more out of life than a 9-to-5 job. They are seeking to find purpose and change lives in their careers.

Still not yet open to the public, Umba is a one-of-a-kind platform that hand-selects passionate and savvy entrepreneurs to be Umbassadors, empowering them to launch their own businesses as independent consultants. Umbassadors earn 20% of sales made from hosting in-home and online Trunk Shows, receive direct mentorship from industry experts, and join an active community of new friends, all the while helping to improve the lives of artists across the world. Consumers are able to work with an Umbassador to get a personal touch, they can also shop directly at umba.com.

By connecting artists and Umbassadors, children in Ethiopia are now able to attend school because their parents who craft our Banded Cotton Towels are now earning a steady income. After launching their businesses, Umbassadors are able to pay off debt, take much needed vacations to reconnect with their families, and donate to causes that they are most passionate about. Lives are truly changing when Umbassadors and artists come together.

Connections and relationships are what drive Umba. Our Fall Collection celebrates relationships. We’ve curated items that are reminiscent of cozy fall weekends full of steaming mugs of coffee while wrapped up in blankets, surrounded by all of the people you love most. While shooting the lookbook for the new line, Umba team members gathered around a bonfire in the Catskills, many of us bundled up in Star Arm Warmers and Wooly House Shoes.

As families are at the heart of relationships, Umba is now offering men’s and kid’s products. After using Beard Oil, your manly-man will smell delightfully rustic and have a soft beard to boot. Your little ones will be bloggers-in-the-making when practicing their photography skills with a Pixie Wooden Camera.

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To celebrate our new fall line, we are giving away a Flower Headband (assorted colors) by Vintage Rose Wraps. These Flower Headbands are chic, fun, and also carried in Umba’s new fall collection.

  • To enter below, simply join our Umba mailing list for exclusive updates on handmade products (no spammy emails! – Scouts Honor).
  • The winner will be chosen at random and announced after the drawing closes on Sunday, October 6th at midnight EST.
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Lauren Thorp

I'm Lauren Thorp, founder of Umba, a curated discovery platform for handmade goods. I'm passionate about tech startups & handmade and the intersection of the two. I'm blessed to be able to have a job that doesn't feel like work, and that brings a bit of sunshine to our customers' lives.

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Support the Support

Get to know R. Riveter

Umba is honored to highlight, R. Riveter, a small company based out of Dahlonega, GA making women’s handbags, wallets, messenger bags for men and dog collars. This business, started by Cameron Cruse and Lisa Bradley, exists entirely to provide mobile and flexible income to military families. Each R. Riveter bag is sourced from recycled military materials.

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Photography courtesy of Lovely by Kelly Ivey and bag modeled by Claudia G. Both are mothers, inspiring women, and military spouses.

While stationed at Camp Merrill in North Georgia, Lisa met Cameron and together in 2011 they started a small company in the attic of Cameron’s home—R. Riveter. Cameron, fueled by an enthusiasm for design, and the overall creative process, combined with Lisa’s business experience was a natural blend of talent.

Umba reached out to Cameron and Lisa to uncover extra information about this unique company.

How was the idea for R. Riveter created?

We knew we wanted to help military spouses.

Military families relocate every two to three years, making it difficult for the spouse to pursue a single career or gain work experience. Many spouses of service members need flexible employment. They are independently managing their households while their partners are deployed or on long training missions. We have experienced the same difficulty that so many other military spouses face which is finding flexible and mobile employment while attached to the military.

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A Riveter making parts and pieces for the bags.

The frequent moving also makes it very difficult to build a resume to be proud of—or that employers would notice. After much discussion of part time jobs, trepidation over careers and subsequent futures, Cameron and I decided to quit talking about it. We decided to be proactive about changing our situation. Knowing that so many other capable, inspiring spouses were in our shoes we wanted to create an income outlet that would be as mobile and as flexible as the military lifestyle demands.

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A Riveter making parts and pieces for the bags.

Starting a small business, what challenges have you faced?

We decided from the beginning we were going to fund the company on or own, which is stressful and impacts the whole family. Rather than going after a potential quick buck, we had to make sure that we were making the right decisions for the right reasons to promote real and sustainable growth.

The biggest challenge was starting manufacturing without a lot of funding for specialized equipment. We started out by hand stitching everything, and eventually moved to a very old 100 pound industrial sewing machine that we are sure the original Rosie the Riveter actually used.  Every sale creates momentum not only to purchase more specialized equipment needed to run the shop efficiently, but it also allows us to bring more military spouses on to our team.

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A Riveter making parts and pieces for the bags.

What makes your business different?

R. Riveter started out as a way for two friends to earn a little extra income in spite of a fragmented resume from moving time and time again. Despite each achieving Master’s degrees in our desired professions, the transient military life proved more burdensome than expected. Enter R. Riveter.

Though hand crafting bags and accessories are a challenging and fulfilling job, the mission is the true inspiration. Each component is cut and dyed by a military spouse at military stations across the US. It is then assembled by another talented group of military spouses centralized in Dahlonega, GA—home of the 5th Ranger Training Battalion. Each bag is customizable and uniquely appropriate for fashion and purpose!

What has the feedback been like?

The feedback that has been the most rewarding to Cameron and myself is that our company has had such a positive effect on other military spouses lives.  This is a quote taken from an email received from a military spouse after she heard our story. “I just want you to know that your company has opened my eyes to the possibility of living life outside of the lines and reaching for my goals–even when it seems opportunity is nowhere to be found. If nothing else, thank-you for being so bold and showing the spouse community what is truly possible if you go after what you love.”

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A Riveter making parts and pieces for the bags.

What is the source for your inspiration?

At R. Riveter, we are inspired by the military spouses who have come before us and those of today that truly exemplify the ‘We Can Do It’ attitude. Military spouses are a special group of people who take on the challenges of daily life and have a heart to serve in their community.  If it wasn’t for the constant support of the families behind our service members, they wouldn’t be able to do their very important job of keeping Americans safe at home.

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Photography courtesy of Lovely by Kelly Ivey and bag modeled by Claudia G. Both are mothers, inspiring women, and military spouses.

We are continually looking for inspiration in the foundation of what makes our bags R. Riveter- environmentally conscientious, American made, and durability. Although our handbags are made from military materials, you wouldn’t know it by just looking at them.  They have classic designs from leather and canvas that are both durable and fashionable.

The bags reflect the astute, hardy nature of the lifestyle in combination with the polished esteem that it requires to be a military spouse.

To learn more about this company, and purchase your own product made from recycled military materials click here.
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Photography courtesy of Lovely by Kelly Ivey and bag modeled by Claudia G. Both are mothers, inspiring women, and military spouses.

Umba is a company that works hard to create relationships with small batch artisans, and bring their products to you. We also strive to highlight via our blog unique people who are doing unique things. This philosophy carries over to the monthly curated boxes of handmade goods we send out. The concept is simple: we send you exclusive handmade finds from talented undiscovered artists. Click here to discover how to get an Umba Box full of one of a kind products shipped to your door.

Sarah Gray

Born and raised in Georgia. Mom to my dog Max.
Lover of self expression and creativity.
Well rounded like a spoon.

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Umba Box September Reveal

What was inside your mailbox this month?

Umba Box subscribers discovered so very satisfying surprises in their mailbox this month.

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That’s what a great mail day looks like!

As for artisans in September boxes, Oregon seemed to be a hot state housing creative minds, and another artist even has a separate regular full time job! We shipped boxes around the world containing products made by very talented hands. (Check out the September Box Instagram pics #umbabox was tagged in below!)

Varying limited edition boxes:
>>Rouge and Whimsy - The name of her business is a perfect description for the lovely totes Erika creates. In her daily commute to work (her full time job!) in downtown Seattle, she finds her inspiration.

>>Kristin’s lips aren’t sealed. As a lip balm enthusiast for Stewart & Claire, she saw an opportunity to create balms that would appeal to both men and women while still smelling great, using all organic oils, butters and essential oils.

>>Appetite is Megan and Erin; two sisters in Portland, Oregon who focus on buying and sourcing local materials, including recycling and upcycling materials to make their products. They base most of their prints for totes on plants and scenery.

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Thank you to all the Instagrammers for tagging #umbabox and allowing us to showcase your creativity!
Our varying regular subscription boxes also had equally as lovely pieces:
>>Natasha J Collection – Our subscribers loved the handmade ceramic necklaces made by the talented Natasha. She’s married to a custom cabinetmaker and furniture designer/maker, so buying handmade is even more meaningful to her family as it’s how they support themselves.

>>Fox + Anchor hand printed quite creative coasters for your beverage’s enjoyment. Fun fact: The two gals behind Fox + Anchor live in separate states! Chelsey, lives in Oregon, and Erin Jane lives in Texas. Talk about teamwork!

Seen enough and want to have your own marvelous mail day in October? Click the button below to get your Umba Box full of surprise handmade goods!

I love surprises!

Let’s play Telephone: What other people are saying about Umba Box

  • Mint.com said Umba Box is one of the, “best monthly subscriptions for your budget.”
  • Umba Box was named a top ‘surprising subscription box idea’ by Real Simple.
  • Simplemom.net said, “I love Umba Box because, for a fraction of the cost, I receive 2-3 handmade items that are Etsy-ish and gorgeous. I love being surprised. I love the cool finds.”

Sarah Gray

Born and raised in Georgia. Mom to my dog Max.
Lover of self expression and creativity.
Well rounded like a spoon.

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Keeping the Rust in Rustic: Haute Debris

Get to know Bradley Barber

Probably like you, I’m always on the hunt for unique goods to fill my own space. I placed an order from Frick and Frack Scraps (a shop that creates re-purposed wood home decor items) and when it arrived, I remembered why I love working with and purchasing from small batch artisans. There was a handwritten note from Bradley (owner) on the box of my order that made me laugh out loud. The note said something along the lines of… “Yes, this is probably the ugliest box that has ever been shipped!! But the contents are happy!! & they cannot wait to be apart of your life!” I appreciated not only his honesty, but also environmentally friendly use of reusing boxes to ship his products. After all, it is not about the package, but what’s inside. I reached out to Bradley to let him know I appreciated his packaging, and find out more about Frick and Frack Scraps. Screen Shot 2013-09-24 at 10.03.05 AM

What is the inspiration behind your work?

The line that I build is the result of a lifestyle that I want to live. I have access to some really cool leftovers from lumber mills and construction sites and the like. So, I build with those things, and I love when something comes out of nothing especially if the materials were going to be tossed or burned. Then when folks buy my work, that is just icing on the cake.

What makes your process so unique?

I guess I am the unique part of my process. I know that sounds really corny, but when I think of my shop, my tools and materials there is nothing unique there. I am NOT a finish carpenter for sure. If Norm from the Large City Workshop stopped by my shop, he would go into apoplexy. I just try to let the material do what it is going to do until it looks the way I like it. I do wear eye protection though!

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What is the best compliment you’ve received about your work?

A dozen roses from Sweden from a buyer who really appreciated my work is by far the most amazed and taken aback I’ve ever been. The note that came with the roses hangs above my workbench and makes a great Smile Maker! Everyone should have a good Smile Maker.

In your opinion, what is the best thing about buying handmade products?

The impact you make on the maker. All things considered shopping is shopping. When you buy something that a maker makes then you are providing a direct attribution to furthering the makers ability to continue. Oh and you also make it possible for them to eat, pay rent, educate their child etc.  bradley3

What else should we should know about you?

I have built prototypes for businesses and their display needs, design students and their design projects, magazines for items for their prop rooms, and many more that is not retail sales. I love the challenges that new ideas bring to my work. I want to be a part of a larger group of creators, and build a catalog of goods from our workshops that can compete in the big world of wholesale overseas products. I am working on that now so stay tuned. I was also a Nominee for the 2013 Martha Stewart Handmade in America contest.

I highly encourage you to check out Bradley’s creations at Frick and Frack Scraps by clicking here.

Umba is a company that works hard to create relationships with small batch artisans, and bring their products to you. We also strive to highlight via our blog unique people who are doing unique things. This philosophy carries over to the monthly curated boxes of handmade goods we send out. The concept is simple: we send you exclusive handmade finds from talented undiscovered artists. Click here to discover how to get an Umba Box full of one of a kind products shipped to your door.

Sarah Gray

Born and raised in Georgia. Mom to my dog Max.
Lover of self expression and creativity.
Well rounded like a spoon.

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Would you join us?

Lead your community in the handmade movement

Umba dreams of building a company that shapes culture and empowers others. Lately we have been pondering how we can expand the brand & share our enthusiasm for handmade. Subscriptions boxes are the perfect introduction for the handmade market and we want to go beyond monthly handmade boxes and see handmade as a lifestyle.  Umba is developing outlets to bring handmade products to you, as curated monthly Umba Boxes are just the beginning of new products and artists.

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The Umba Team

The mission of Umba is to unite through creative discoveries that delight and inspire.

This summer the Umba team launched a new shopping platform: Umba and the Umbassador program.

Umbassadors are an extension of our team and they share a passion and appreciation for handmade products. We send Umbassadors starter kits (which are a business in a box – $500 worth of handmade products and business supplies) and they schedule trunk shows and share products with their friends and social networks. Umba provides a platform to share handmade products with friends and showcase small batch artisans.

A few specifics about Umbassadors:

- They earn 20% commission at trunk shows and via their online boutique and receive generous discounts on Umba products.

- They have the chance to be directly involved in a supportive handmade community.

- Growth opportunities in a fast-paced tech startup.

Carving out time to visit handmade craft fairs with friends is seemingly impossible to accomplish with busy schedules. Our intent is that Umba trunk shows can serve as a time for catching up with your neighbors and friends while browsing an array of handmade products. Just like craft fairs with multiple handmade vendors, the actual products at the trunk show vary by category. We’ve curated a handmade collection with a wide breadth and with you in mind.

Each Umbassador also has a personalized link to sell products online to friends and networks that may not be able to attend a trunk show.

As a company we are transitioning into exciting new platforms to showcase incredible artisans.  Joining the team as an Umbassador allows you the opportunity to lead your community in the handmade movement.  It also provides you with extra income and will allow you to view exclusive products before they are released.  Creative discoveries that delight and inspire are uniting the Umba team, would you join us?

Click the button below to join the handmade movement with us.

Join our team

Sarah Gray

Born and raised in Georgia. Mom to my dog Max.
Lover of self expression and creativity.
Well rounded like a spoon.

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Woodland Notecard Giveaway

You picked it, now you can win it!

This week Umba discussed the love and art of handwritten letters. MANY of you felt the same sentiment, and that warms our heart. Handwritten letters are not disappearing with the advances of technology!

Make a loved one’s day by writing them a heartfelt note on this adorable Woodland Notecard from Lovebird Paper. Enter to win!

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Product Details:
>>This 5×7 card is printed on a solar white card.
>>The notecard is fully patterned on the back.
>>Handmade with pride in Jackson, Wyoming.

Giveaway Details:
>>The more entries you have, the greater your chance of winning! We suggest you take advantage of all entry options.
>>Like our Facebook page and join our mailing list for exclusive updates on handmade products (no spammy emails! – Scouts Honor).
>>The winner will be chosen at random and announced after the drawing closes on September 22nd at midnight EST.

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Umba is a company that works hard to create relationships with small batch artisans, and bring their products to you. We also strive to highlight via our blog unique people who are doing unique things. This philosophy carries over to the monthly curated boxes of handmade goods we send out. The concept is simple: we send you exclusive handmade finds from talented undiscovered artists. Click here to discover how to get an Umba Box full of one of a kind products shipped to your door.

Sarah Gray

Born and raised in Georgia. Mom to my dog Max.
Lover of self expression and creativity.
Well rounded like a spoon.

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