Lisa Leonard Designs

thyme and chance, los osos, CA

July 5th | inspiration, jewelry

Our wholesale line, heartfelt by Lisa Leonard Designs is being carried in some seriously amazing shops. One of them is Thyme and Chance–an absolutely darling boutique in Los Osos, just about 15 minutes from San Luis Obispo. Here are some pics I snapped in their shop a couple days ago.

If you live in San Luis Obispo or you’re vacationing here–you must check it out! Have lunch next door at La Casita Mexican Restaurant {yum!!} and then shop around Thyme and Chance. Oh, and then you can pop over to Montana de Oro to put your toes in the sand and collect some driftwood. Pretty much a perfect day, right?

Click here for more info about heartfelt, our exclusive line just for boutiques.

And hop over to ‘like’ Thyme and Chance on Facebook!

14 Responses

  1. Sounds like a lovely area and a darling shop, so fun!

  2. LOVD says:

    You guys have the cutest shops out there on the West Coast!!

  3. Rachael Barclay says:

    I would love to be able to visit some day, that sound so perfect!

  4. Laurie says:

    I Did eat at La Casita last week and popped into Thyme and Chance and bought some lovely things (getting a head start on Christmas shopping!). Yay Los Osos!

  5. Linda says:

    I too have cute shop envy! Lisa, any chance you could let us know where your heartfelt line is being carried? I have a sinking feeling I may be out of luck in the Midwest.

  6. Jayne says:

    I love your Heartfelt jewelry pieces and will try to plan a trip up to Los Osos to see this lovely shop. I live in Carpinteria – are there any shops here or in SB that carry Heartfelt?

  7. Amy K. says:

    I’m headed up to Paso this weekend!!! Maybe we’ll just have to make a stop. I can’t help but think of you because we’re going to Avila on Saturday and I know that’s one of your fav places.

  8. Audrey says:

    I love your designs. I have a necklace and currently obsessing over the “love is my anchor” bracelet.
    Question: I read where you jumped in to your jewelry business. Did you have anyone help you learn how to get started? Did you ask anyone or did you set out on your own? I have been pondering the possibility. I’m going to give it some time so that my brain can catch up with my imagination. But, I too have a child with special needs(and two others) that could use my time at home. As you know, doctors visits can be time consuming! I have a full career going on and it is Crrraaazzzy! I have thought about an at-home thing I could do and this has been on my mind for the last year. Do you still love what you do? Do you have any go-to advice? A book? A mentor? Thanks so much and by the way…your 10 things post was awesome for me even though I’m not quite there, yet!

  9. Susan D. says:

    Is there any way to purchase items from the Heartfelt collection??? I live in Nebraska and love, love, love a few of the pieces highlighted at this boutique but I don’t think there is anyone close selling your collection. Please help…I need a tic-tac-toe necklace!..and a flowery bracelet!…and a… :-)

  10. Kelli says:

    If I ever make my way to your neck of the woods, I’m just going to use your blog as a guide!!

  11. Lisa! I had no idea that you did this also! OH, I just love the sayings. They are absolutely precious. Beautiful work, dear friend.

  12. Missy Cox says:

    OH how I wish this shop was in my town! I live in the south and this kind of stuff would fit right in! Perfect! I want one of each! Wish I could find them in my neck of the woods 😉

  13. Carol says:

    I was startled when I saw the first picture in your post. It looks like a chocolate Ron and Nancy 😉

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