Along with my rubber stamps this year, my ornaments are available through Anthropologie. Happiness! Love that they called the Custom Kinfolk Ornaments “Chalet Lounger Ornaments” on their site. Makes their scarves look so warm and cozy!
ATL and MKE stamps for the holidays! I’ve made these two stamps to show support for the city I call home and in honor of the last Art vs. Craft show. You can buy the Atlanta stamp online and in person at the Atlantic Station West Elm this coming weekend and Tinsel and Twine in December. Milwaukee fans it’s coming to you the Saturday after Thanksgiving for the tenth and last Art vs. Craft show.
Goodbye Halloween. We add a card when we pack up our holiday decorations and write a note to ourselves. That way, when we put them out again the following year we can read what we did the year before. We’re not so great on keeping photo albums or scrapbooks so this is an easy way to remember what we sometimes forget. Until next year.
Printable Halloween Treat Bags! I drew this vintage-inspired treat bag that you can download and print from Handmade Charlotte. Print as many as you like and hand them out to all your friends. They will love you for it! Download here.
Seems like it’s Halloween dispatch week… Bats from Andrea of Owly Shadow Puppets that I bought from her booth at Renegade a few years back and which now hang from a stick by our kitchen table.
The Halloween House! I made this one several years ago but haven’t put it out for a few years. I love it so. The house, skeletons, witches and ghosts I made. The house is one of those chipboard houses you can buy from a craft store that I painted black and has black glass glitter on the roof with cut tongue depressors over the windows to look like it’s all boarded up. Scary, scary stuff.