We’re so excited to announce another round of Oh Happy Day Craft Nights at our San Francisco studio! All the details (and links to sign up!) are below. We can’t wait to see you there.
1. Calligraphy 101 with Maybelle Imasa-Stukuls | $135 SOLD OUT!
Students will learn the basics of calligraphy using a pointed pen & ink. The fee covers the cost of supplies, including a special beginner kit to continue your work at home. Goodie Bag and Treat to Eat included. Click here to sign up.
2. Back to School Screenprinting Class with Andy Kane | $90
Students will receive a screenprinting demo and then have time to print on their own items. There will be 6 screenprinters featuring work from various artists. The fee covers the cost of supplies (including a t-shirt and tote to screenprint.) Students are encouraged to bring their own clothing items to screenprint as well. Goodie Bag and Treat to Eat included. Click here to sign up.
3. Woodworking 101 with Jared Rusten | $175
Students will learn about different kinds of wood, the purpose and safe use of various woodworking tools and machines, wood finishing and care, and then put those skills to use creating a beautiful cutting board to take home. Goodie Bag and Treat to Eat included. Click here to sign up.
Gorman is an Australian brand that makes colorful and fun clothing. (If you follow my instagram then you know I’m a huge Gorman fan, they make all of my favorite dresses.) I was introduced to them last year and my husband jokes I should have a direct deposit to them because that’s where I spend all my money anyway. I love that their stuff is so different and they have great prints and cuts. They recently launched a line of homegoods and it’s so good I can’t believe it. How amazing is that eye plate? The shipping from Australia is totally fast and not too expensive. If you are shopping for clothes make sure you get the right size in Australian sizing (this sizing chart was accurate for me.) They also have amazing sales. I follow them on Facebook and Instagram and get great deals on their dresses.) Have you ever heard of Gorman?
This post is sponsored by Gorman. One of my favorite companies in the world.
Sometimes store bought confetti doesn’t come in the right colors for the party we are having, in that case we make our own handmade confetti. It is really easy to make, I just throw on a movie while I cut. For this project I used a trick I learned in Paris where you just fill a plastic tube with confetti and hand them out to all your guests. With just a flick of the wrist the confetti propels out of the tube and goes everywhere. Perfect for surprise parties or weddings! The tissue paper at Paper Mart has always been my favorite. It comes in the best colors and is so affordable.
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Add more pop to your fireworks with Popchips! They are perfect for your 4th of July barbecue! Popchips contain all the flavor of fried chips and half the fat and is introducing new share bags with 15% more to love and share with friends and family.
Besides the barbeques and parades and spending time with family my favorite thing about 4th of July is taking pictures with smokebombs and sparklers! I think I have some version of them every year going back 7 years. It’s seriously my favorite thing! We are doing a campaign with Popchips for 4th of July and thought we’d give some tips on how to do this for all your Instagram photos. The smoke bomb photos are pretty straight forward but the sparkler photos get a little technical (but still totally doable!) Find all the details below.
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1. These are soooo perfect for summer movie nights.
2. You still have time to make these last-minute 4th of July treats!
3. The prettiest summer cake. Ever.
4. I wouldn’t mind coming home to this!
5. I love free printable wrapping paper, especially when it’s awesome.