Our Centerfold Features!

Lavender and Canvas has had the honor of not just one - but TWO features in the Winter issues of two of our all-time favorites magazines, 805 Living and Big Life Magazine.

Our bags have been featured in 805 Living's Holiday Gift Guide and Big Life's famous Crush List as the season's MUST HAVE gifts! Read More >>

Read more →

Holiday Gift Guide!

Tis the Season! As we approach the Holidays, we are all thinking of which gifts we are getting our loved ones. We wanted to share our Holiday Gift Guide with you to make gifting a little easier this year. Here's a roundup of our favorite products, books, charities and meaningful gifts for every loved one on your list.
Happy Holidays!
Love, Jesse & Riley 
Read more →

Feed Bags at the Denver Art Museum

Lavender and Canvas is honored to have played a tiny part in celebrating with the Denver Art Museum on their announcement of the renovation of the iconic Gio Ponti building to commence November 2017. Read more >>
Read more →

Sun Valley Resort Custom Feed Bags

I love Sun Valley! It seems like forever since I have been to that sweet town of summer greens and running waters and the winter whites that take your breath away. I remember river kayaking, campfires and cookouts, heavenly hikes through the wildflowers, mountain biking up into the canyons and roaring back down the trail without a helmet. Fishing at Silver Creek, standing in the pure crystal green water listening to the current gently tumble the river rocks below. 
Read more →

Back to Our Roots at Homeboy Industries

Homeboy Industries is one of our most favorite organizations on the planet. We love Father Greg Boyle and have had the honor to have known him for almost 24 years. Father ‘G’ is the most compassionate, giving and kind human being we have ever met. Greg’s dedication to transforming the pain of formerly gang involved and incarcerated men and woman has broken the cycle for over tens of thousands of people that otherwise may not have had the opportunity to turn their lives around or to have a safe place to make lasting and positive change.
Read more →