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Archive for April, 2010

Last weekend I did a little boudoir shoot and as much as I would love to post the entire shoot, in the interest of privacy am just posting this one…

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Thank you book

I just found this fabulous little thank you book via oh hello friend and thought it would be such a fun diy idea for parents and in-laws after a wedding…

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For those of you who know me, you know how I love arts and crafts! My life is invested in art and my daily life is filled with the creation of art in so many different forms. I would describe myself as a dabbler, inspired by so many different aspects of life, I love to meet new artists, learn new skills, and simply create. I fell in love with photography at a young age and it is, has been, and always will be a constant in my life.  Ceramics is also a constant, most of the dishes in my home are handmade, I have given countless handmade pottery gifts over the years, sold at farmers markets, and currently teach a class once a week here in the community. Within the past year or so I have added a new love, making frames. It all started because I needed a birthday gift for a good friend and a new craft quickly emerged…. frames and photos… could there be a better combo? Created from handmade papers, old maps, children’s artwork, old patterns… each frame is handcrafted and designed to be displayed with or without a photo. I have an upcoming show, the Spring Craftacular, a group of amazing local artists that will take place on May 1 at Open Space… I would love for you to come by, say hi, and check out some amazing local talent!

Your official invite… spread the word… a percentage of all sales will be going to the Women’s Initiative!

some frames I am working on for the show…

Hope to see you there!

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Perfect Combo

Tuesday night Kaite Sale of Good Press and local calligraphy artist Heather Belle Rolfe teamed up to talk about invitation options and etiquette over a glass of wine at Veritas. These are two amazing women who have so much talent and experience to share! Katie has been in the paper industry for a while now and I was blown away with all the knowledge of it all she has. It is so true that your save the dates and invitations set the tone for you wedding, the little window before the event to give your gests an idea of what’s to come.  If you need help with invitations you should most certainly give her a call!

Heather Belle Rolfe has been doing calligraphy for years and you just cant imagine the detail until you see her work in person. She works with many brides to turn addressing envelopes, creating beautiful table numbers, and even a work of art with your name that you can then have turned into a stamp or graphic design to use throughout your wedding day details.

Thanks to the Bridal Ring for bringing together such an amazing group of women.

Posted by: Meg Runion

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