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Right to left. Top. Chocolate Bird Stitched Gocco from Lovely MPLS and Pale Ocean with Sun from GretchinMist Bottom. 724 from Chensio and Garden Bird No. 2 from Sooooound Its Friday, and I feel like its been forever since my last flickr Friday post. And the papernstitch flickr group has some great artwork right now. … Continue reading
Custom Birch Bark Silhouette Portrait Yesterday, Jenny Fowler did a guest post tutorial for papernstitch and today, I wanted to write about Jenny’s silhouettes that are available in her shop. And mention that I was especially drawn to the silhouettes that used natural materials for their unique charm. In the tradition of many early American … Continue reading
I cannot believe it is already 2009! It was certainly a busy year and I wanted to take a moment to say thank you from the bottom of my heart to everyone who has supported me and what I do- all the comments, emails, and general love has meant so much to me. I am … Continue reading
Modern Shapes Letterpress Print and Modern Stones Letterpress Print While searching on Etsy the other night, I found this letterpress print shop, Luludee. Its one of those shops that I feel like I visited before or posted about before, so I searched the site but it turns out I haven’t, so I thought now would … Continue reading
I have a little post up on the Scoutie Girl blog with a feathers round-up. You check it out right here to see the makers of these fab feather finds.
Images c/o Yulia Brodskaya This artist/ designer, Yulia Brodskaya, has been making the blog rounds recently. I just couldn’t resist re-posting this after seeing Yulia’s work on the Swiss Miss blog. I am speechless- all these images are made from paper! For more from Yulia Brodskaya, click here. Images c/o Yulia Brodskaya
Image c/o Las Coleccionistas Happy Monday! The blog of the week is Las Coleccionistas. I am blown away by the breathtaking photography I have found on this blog. And although the text is in Spanish (and I cannot read spanish) I find myself visiting this blog over and over and over again. The above image … Continue reading
Thanks so much to everyone who entered the latest papernstitch giveaway. And congratulations to the following winners (we were able to have 3 main winners and 2 bonus winners for this giveaway). All winners were chosen randomly from Random.org. Main winners will receive a large variety pack of goodies from the latest giveaway (each package … Continue reading
Don’t Forget to Have a Good Time Print by Laurie Coyle Designs Remember, the giveaway ends tonight and I will be announcing the winner tomorrow. It is not to late to enter, so make sure you do. Click here to enter to win the giveaway (prizes totaling over $450!).
Made to Order Cylinders Group from Circa Ceramics What a great way to kick off this Friday. How absolutely lovely are these guys? I personally think that these cylinders by Circa Ceramics are wonderful and would make a great vase or even a kitchen utensil holder. Check out the Circa ceramics shop here.
Our Weekend House and We all Live Peacefully at the Edge of the water Original Several weeks ago I saw this work on Modish and Design for Mankind that I was captivated by. It was all from the shop, Gretchen Mist, which is also the shop of the day today! Belinda, who makes all of the beautiful … Continue reading
Here are a few of my favorite works of art (some prints, some originals) from the newest papernstitch exhibition. There are so many great art pieces on the site right now! You can check them all all out by visiting the art category right here.
Just found this on Craft:zine, which was via Design for Mankind! “Emily L. Eibel is an illustrator living in Brooklyn, New York who, in addition to some amazing drawings, does gorgeous embroidered illustrations. Some are serene and simple and others have a darker tone.” Wow! Gorgeous work- I love all the detailing in the windows.
1. Triple Branched Tree 2. Doily Clock Green 3. Bikeman (with doily) 4. Doily Clock Magenta And Furthermore, run by Brenda Rose, is the shop of the day! In Brenda’s papernstitch shop, you will find lovely doily clocks and equally great artwork. On Etsy however, Brenda has two separate shops: one for housewares and one for artwork. Regardless … Continue reading
Time is almost up on the newest papernstitch giveway. If you haven’t already, make sure you enter yourself for a chance to win. You can enter up to three times at this link. The giveaway ends this Friday and the winners will be announced Saturday. Good luck! Please do not comment on this post. If … Continue reading
1. Tulips Artwork from Blue Tricycle 2. Waking Up Print from Jessica Jonacha 3. Psychic Star Owl Print from Yee-Haw Industrial Letterpress 4. Lemonia Necklace from Nea It has been so long since I have done a color round-up, and I have been really into yellow lately. So, here is a special gift guide (the … Continue reading
Top. Custom Letter Crown Cross Stitch and Antler embroidery Bottom. Doves Cross Stitch and Snowflake Green/Gold Cross Stitch Needlework art has been all the rage for a while now, with artists like Janick of Nea paving the way (whose work I absolutely love). Recently, I found the work of Atlantic Treefox, a shop that also creates … Continue reading
I wanted to get the new exhibition picture round-up done yesterday for the blog, but because wordpress was acting cra-cra, I wasn’t able to. Now everything is back in gear and I am so thrilled to be able to show you all the VERY talented exhibitors that we have! Some of the fresh new faces … Continue reading
Let’s Go in Together Print and Tools of the Trade Print While browsing around one of my favorite artist’s shop, Betsy Walton, I stumbled upon these two newly listed prints. I have never seen them before, so I am assuming they are new. I first noticed them because of their simplistic background and intriguing compositions. … Continue reading