I’ve been working extra hours in my community ceramics studio getting ready for holiday markets coming up next month. I’ve become more skilled at throwing clay on the wheel and now have a collection of decorated and glazed vessels that will be available for sale in my local shop. I’ve also agreed to participate in a holiday market at a popular winery in Healdsburg. I’ll be selling art prints, ceramics, and other small gifts that I’ve curated. It’s my first time selling at a market so I’m excited to be jumping into that arena.
I’m putting the finishing touches on new holiday art prints that will be releasing on November 1st, look for a feature with those fun and festive prints on Wednesday. Here comes the holiday season!
Favorite links from the week:
Coast to coast holiday style by designers for Serena & Lily.
Balanced and beautiful, the incorporation of dark hues throughout this home.
This charming rental cottage on Lake Michigan.
Woah, now this is one upscale sorority house.
How to set a formal vs. informal place setting.
So lovely and creative: these recycled vintage glass sculptures.
Creative and whimsical dried flower arrangements.
I always thought someday these might be back in style!
The art of furoshiki: using fabric to wrap gifts.
A detailed guide on how to dry and store fresh herbs.
New York to San Francisco: 72 hours riding a train across America.