I've been making stuff again. Just in time for a rash of upcoming events, which I'll tell you about in another post. Right now...can't...write...much...more. Aren't you glad, secretly, just a bit, that you don't have to read my usual twenty paragraphs of convoluted text? Yes you are. It's Friday, the end of a long week. … Continue reading New Stuff
My nephew Andrew just married a girl named Elizabeth, who grew up a couple of cornfields away from him in Ohio. They've known each other their whole lives, but it took a change of scenery a few years ago -- a college trip to Europe with fellow students -- for them to really see each … Continue reading Handmade Wedding
We stopped in Portland, Maine for a few days and I wandered into a relatively new shop, Portland Trading Co. Kazeem, the proprietor, is stylish in all the right ways. Which is to say he is totally current without being a snob. He was so engaging I could have talked at him for a long … Continue reading Shopping: Portland Trading Co.
Julia Garrison lives and works in the town I live in, beautiful Rockport, Massachusetts. She's one of those all-around creative people -- I've tasted delicious homemade fish chowder that she made so I know she makes a mean meal among other things -- who, when she's not off painting on a movie set, is working … Continue reading Resources: Block Printed Textiles
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Just designed these postcard-style cards for The Roving Home. The cards are made from the pages of vintage books and convey a nice sepia, yet modern, feel. For more information on the cards, click HERE to head over to the online store.