We’ve made a fresh batch of our signature floppy bifold wallets for tomorrow’s make festival in Basin Spring Park in Eureka Springs, AR. If you live nearby, come check us out in person! These wallets are simple, and are perfect for holding anything from cards and cash to keys and change.
I made this new batch of badges for my table at the August 23rd fun after 5 ‘Makers Music Fest’ in Basin Spring Park in Eureka Springs, AR. I’m loving the puff-balls and Brooke’s favorite is the red star one. Come pick your favorite at the event next Friday!
We should have our custom tent out, and I should be sharing a table with the amazing woodworker behind Sticks and Stones who builds the frames for our tents (aka, my dad). This is going to be a really fun, family friendly event, so come play with us on the 23rd!
I made this cute little guide book for a trip went on a couple of days ago. It’s just a stack of 3×5 cards with different things I wanted to be sure and check out while I was there. I digitized it into a little book to share here, but the paper copy is pretty gosh darn cute itself!
Now that I’m back from my trip, I’ve printed pictures to go with each card and used double sided tape to stick them to the backs of each card (the cards were all one sided, which my flip book above does not demonstrate well). Below is a quick instagram of each page with photos and binding. Pretty cute eh? I love how we used the book to remember what we wanted to do and where each of those things were and then it turned into a sort of scrapbook/keepsake when we threw the pictures in there!
How do you plan the things you want to see and do when you travel? Do you write them down somewhere? Next time you should make yourself a little personalized guide book!
These fun stringy bracelets are so simple to make, and are a super cute way to tell the world that you’re crafty (it’s the rik-rak).
Make your own for yourself and your friends by cutting bits of string, yarn, trimming, etc. about the length of three times around your wrist. Double them over and tie a knot, forming a loop, at the doubled over end. Tie a knot in the loose end and slip it through the loop.
Did you make one? Share it with us with a link to your photo wherever you’ve posted it in the comments, we’d love to see your handiwork!
Or, if you don’t happen to have a drawer full of doo-dads, skip all of the work and buy some of the super cute combos we’ve already made here.