Fall Down the Rabbit Hole with 9 Projects from Wonderland + A Giveaway!

Friday, September 11th, 2015

“Imagination is the only weapon in the war against reality.” —Lewis Carroll, “Alice in Wonderland” From tea parties to smiling cats, Lewis Carroll created a wealth of artistic inspiration in his “Alice in Wonderland” series. In his nonsensical adventures with caterpillars, croquet with the queen, and episodes of growing and shrinking, the reader’s imagination travels […]

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“Imagination is the only weapon in the war against reality.” —Lewis Carroll, “Alice in Wonderland” From tea parties to smiling cats, Lewis Carroll created a wealth of artistic inspiration in his “Alice in Wonderland” series. In his nonsensical adventures with caterpillars, croquet with the queen, and episodes of growing and shrinking, the reader’s imagination travels […]

Editor Spotlight: Natalie Way and her Rose Water Spray

Friday, September 4th, 2015

Today’s post is by Editor Natalie Way. She shares her wonderful recipe for rose water spray and describes her experience working on homemade bath and body products for Willow and Sage.

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Today’s post is by Editor Natalie Way. She shares her wonderful recipe for rose water spray and describes her experience working on homemade bath and body products for Willow and Sage.

Rustic Chatelaine Necklace and a Nunn Design Giveaway

Friday, August 21st, 2015

Project by Sarah Donawerth This project was inspired by the Victorian chatelaine. It was a set of chains hung from a belt that women would use to carry their keys, thimbles, scissors, pencils, fans, or other useful accessories. Even Mrs. Hughes from Downton Abbey had a chatelaine to hang her housekeeping keys from. These jewelry […]

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Project by Sarah Donawerth This project was inspired by the Victorian chatelaine. It was a set of chains hung from a belt that women would use to carry their keys, thimbles, scissors, pencils, fans, or other useful accessories. Even Mrs. Hughes from Downton Abbey had a chatelaine to hang her housekeeping keys from. These jewelry […]

6 Projects to Celebrate the New Baby + Free Onesie Pattern

Friday, August 7th, 2015

Whether your bundle of joy is on the way or already here, celebrate the little one in your life with these projects from The Studio. If you’re the mother, grandmother, aunt, or  friend to this new arrival, these projects will help you proclaim your joy over the baby. From gender reveal candy jars to party […]

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Whether your bundle of joy is on the way or already here, celebrate the little one in your life with these projects from The Studio. If you’re the mother, grandmother, aunt, or  friend to this new arrival, these projects will help you proclaim your joy over the baby. From gender reveal candy jars to party […]

Trending: In Love with Lace

Tuesday, July 28th, 2015

What’s this summer’s biggest trend? Hint, everyone from your mom to your great-grandmother has worn it, but none of them have worn it like this. That’s right, lace is the next big trend in summer fashion. There are many different types of lace — crochet, bobbin, cutwork (even macramé can trace its roots back to […]

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What’s this summer’s biggest trend? Hint, everyone from your mom to your great-grandmother has worn it, but none of them have worn it like this. That’s right, lace is the next big trend in summer fashion. There are many different types of lace — crochet, bobbin, cutwork (even macramé can trace its roots back to […]